Husband-wife duo launch home care business
As the population ages, and the number of Americans requiring health care grows – estimated at 12 million people today – the number of people looking for alternative care options is also increasing. For many, the desire to remain in the home is strong, yet full-time care can lead to burn out for family caregivers.
Hedi Huebler and her husband, Frank, were faced with that situation when Hedi’s parents’ health declined several years ago. Hedi and Frank, a registered nurse, realized how important it was for Hedi's parents to remain independent and in a home setting, so they allowed them to move in to their home.
Frank and Hedi’s personal experience ignited their passion to help others, and they decided to start their own business: Four Seasons Home Care.
They are presently serving the westside of Cleveland and the surrounding communities. They provide non-medical services, including companionship, home care and personal care. They understand how situations change and the services are designed to reflect those changes and allow flexibility with those needs.
All caregivers are carefully selected, thoroughly screened and receive extensive training to provide exceptional service. They also complete a multi-phase training program with ongoing educational seminars that keep the caregivers up to date on all facets of home care.
Specializing in those wishing to remain in their home, Four Seasons Home Care co-owners Frank and Hedi can be contacted at 440-716-9100.