AccuAid Care Won 2022 Best of Senior Living Award by aPlaceforMom

it is our pleasure to announce that AccuAid Care has been awarded The 2022 Best of Senior Living Award in Home Care by aPlaceforMom. This award recognizes the top 2-3% of nearly 45,000 senior care providers in the United States and Canada. Award winners are chosen based on community reviews from residents and their families. All award winners boasted an average rating of 4.5 stars or higher throughout the November 2020 – December 2021 award period.

We are proud to share this news with all our employees who have worked very hard to deliver the highest standards of quality and compassionate care to our clients. It is because of the combined efforts of each one of our employees that we have managed to achieve this success. Thank you!

We couldn’t have done this without our clients, who put their trust in us and giving us the opportunity to provide you with In-Home care services is of great importance to us. By this, you have contributed immensely to our growth. We don’t take your patronage for granted. Thank you!

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