Announcing Our Series D Funding
This exciting capital raise is a tremendous show of confidence in our team, the Honor Care Network partnership model, and our growing number of exceptional HCN Partners.
Safe and Successful Starts of Care in 2020
As families weigh the risks of bringing new caregivers into their homes, it’s more important than ever to show prospective clients your commitment to safety—beginning with the Care Consultation.
10 Questions with Dr. Bruce Chernof
Dr. Bruce Chernof is President and CEO of the SCAN Foundation. In our conversation, he shares what’s working within our current care system—and what still needs to be done to improve the quality of health and life for older Americans.
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Six Opportunities Shaping the Future of Senior Care and Wellness
How can we better support older adults in 2020 and beyond? Hear from industry experts featured at SAGE, Honor’s national industry conference.
COVID’s Impact on Home Care: Notable Trends and Lasting Implications
The devastating impact of this health crisis will affect our industry for years to come—are you prepared? Learn how other agencies are reacting and how you can adjust your operations in response.
Clamping Down on Caregiver Churn
High churn is one of the biggest challenges for independent home care agencies. But it’s not inevitable. Learn how to reduce churn rate by creating a sense of community for your caregivers and a culture of mutual respect.
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Care Protect: Better Infection Control for Client and Caregiver Safety
We’ve enhanced our system of infection controls to support the safety of our clients, their families—and the caregivers who serve them. Care Protect is designed to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious illnesses.
Dad Will Fail His Driver's Test. (That's the Plan.)
What happens when a parent with dementia must take his driver’s license test at the DMV? Find out in this family caregiver personal essay. Hint: it's an emotional journey for everyone.
Coronavirus Updates for Older Adults and Their Families
During this challenging time, we're working around the clock to meet our clients’ needs, help families stay informed on COVID-19 updates, and share recommendations on how to mitigate infection exposure among older adults and their caregivers.