ComForCare Montgomery County Receives the Home Care Standards Bureau A+ Rating
In 2017, ComForCare Montgomery County was one of 110 agencies in the country to receive the Home Care Standards Bureau’s A+ Rating. With more than 20,000 non-medical home care agencies in the United States, ComForCare of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania is one of the select agencies to receive the A+ rating by meeting the most stringent standards. The HCSB only grants the A+ rating to home care agencies that meet and adhere to a code of standards and ethics--including comprehensive background checks and annual training for all caregivers. Once achieved, A+ rated agencies, such as ComForCare, must submit regular disclosure statements to ensure that all standards are being maintained, including proper insurance and state licensing.
HCSB A+ rated agencies also are subject to planned and surprise audits by the HCSB.
To maintain an HCSB rating ComForCare must provide the highest standard of non-medical senior care personal care, and respite care, including companionship, light housekeeping, grocery shopping, medication reminder, errands, doctor visits, and specialty care to clients throughout the surrounding regions.
ComForCare Montgomery County provides in-home care services to individuals living in Montgomery County, PA and the surrounding areas. As they age, many older adults need extra help performing routine tasks. While assisted living facilities and senior communities are an option, many individuals prefer to spend their golden years living in the comfort of their home. At ComForCare Montgomery County, we strive to provide the best care possible for the individuals and families we work with. Take a look at how our home care agency has impacted the community.
ComForCare Home Care in Montgomery County Featured in MONTCO Today!
In August 2020, ComForCare Montgomery County was featured in an article published on MONTCO.Today. MONTCO Today features stories, businesses, people and community-news in the Montgomery County, PA area.
Find out what owner/operator Cassandra Poland has to say about ComForCare in Montgomery County.
ComForCare Franchise Owner Appointed to the Pennsylvania Homecare Association Public Policy Committee for 2019
DETROIT (January 31, 2019) – ComForCare of Montgomery County, PA franchise owner, Cassandra Poland, has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Homecare Association (PHA) Public Policy Committee for 2019. PHA is a state trade association representing nearly 700 home care and hospice providers.
"It is an honor to serve on the 2019 Public Policy Committee for the Pennsylvania Home Care Association," said Poland. "This committee allows me to use my voice to help advocate for federal and state legislation for an aging population, which I hope will be beneficial not only to my clients at ComForCare, but the entire state of Pennsylvania."
The mission of PHA is to promote and advance home care through its members. Members of the association provide medical care, personal care and end-of-life care for those with terminal illnesses. Efforts include advocating on behalf of patients and consumers, interpreting and developing regulations and legislation, as well as exploring needs and business strategies.
"Cassandra is devoted to our mission of helping people live their best life possible and a true advocate for older adults and those with diverse needs," said Steve Greenbaum, CEO of Best Life Brands, LLC. "As part of the Public Policy Committee for 2019, she’ll use her in-depth home care experience to drive better, more effective care for all Pennsylvanians."
Poland is a United States military veteran who served in the Army as a medical lab specialist for seven years. After retiring to civilian life and working for a Fortune 100 company, she wanted to run her own business. Poland took ownership of the Montgomery County ComForCare location in 2016.
ComForCare is a premier provider of home care services with nearly 200 independently owned and operated locations in the U.S. and Canada helping older adults live independently in their own homes. ComForCare is committed to helping people live their best life possible and offers special programs for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Founded in 1996, ComForCare was acquired by private equity firm The Riverside Company in 2017 and now is part of Best Life Brands, LLC, a multi-brand franchise parent company, which has plans for continued expansion of service brands across the continuum of care for aging adults. ComForCare operates as At Your Side Home Care in Houston. For more information, visit www.comforcare.com.
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The Pennsylvania Homecare Association
Owner of ComForCare in Montgomery County, PA, Cassandra Poland, has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Homecare Association Public Policy Committee for 2019. Her job is to advocate for federal and state legislation for the aging population.
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Cassandra Poland Completes the 10,000 Small Businesses-Greater Philadelphia Program
PHILADELPHIA—Cassandra Poland, owner of ComForCare Home Care of Montgomery County Southeast, was among the seventeenth cohort of 30 graduates who recently completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses-Greater Philadelphia program. ComForCare Home Care is a premier private duty, non-medical home care agency providing services to senior citizens and persons with disabilities. We service Montgomery County and Philadelphia in Pennsylvania. Our caregivers offer compassionate and professional home care to help with the acts of daily living. We can help in at least 50 ways. Among others, our services include bathing, grooming, meal preparation, transportation/errands, transfers, ambulation aid and companionship. We offer family respite programs so that tired caregivers can attend to their own needs.
10,000 Small Businesses has changed the way I think about being a business owner. Throughout the program I have learned skills that I have put into practice immediately.
The business leaders have spent 14 weeks - roughly 100 class hours - at the Community College of Philadelphia studying a business and management curriculum designed by Babson College and delivered by Community College of Philadelphia faculty. The curriculum covered accounting, human resources, negotiation and marketing, among other topics. The program also included one-on-one business advising, accounting workshops and advice from Goldman Sachs professionals.
Applications for 10,000 Small Businesses are accepted on a rolling basis at Community College of Philadelphia, The program is open to business owners from across the Greater Philadelphia region. To learn more or to apply, visit https://www.10ksbapply.com
For more information on ComForCare Home Care of Montgomery County visit www.comforcare.com/pennsylvania/montgomery-county or call 215-646-8250.
December 14, 2018
Whether your loved one needs assistance only a few hours a week or around-the-clock, our team is happy to help! Call (215) 646-8250 to learn more about the transition care services offered through ComForCare Home Care (Montgomery, PA).