At Home Care of the Carolinas Announces Location Expansion

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At Home Care of the Carolinas will bring at home assisted living and elderly care to Asheville, Hendersonville and Fletcher.

At Home Care of the Carolina's is excited to announce an expansion into the western North Carolina area, serving Buncombe, Henderson and Polk counties. The office will be centrally located in Fletcher, NC. This will be AHC's first expansion into North Carolina. They currently have a location in Greenville, SC.

The expansion is the result of a need for home care and companion services in western North Carolina and At Home Care provides quality services to facilitate improving the health of people in the communities they serve. These services are provided by certified nursing assistants as well as experienced home companions. The staff of AHC are required to act in accordance with the high standards of nursing policy, while teaching clients how to care for themselves and to maintain independence. The aides/companions work closely with the nurse and make sure the client can complete simple functions, such as bathing, dressing and mobility. At Home Care allows clients to be cared for at home, with one-on-one individual care, instead of in an expensive, institutionalized healthcare facility.

Find out more about At Home Care of the Carolinas by visiting http://www.athomecaregiverscarolinas.com or by calling 828-230-7946.

About the Company:

Since 1986, Home Care of the Carolinas (HCC) has served thousands of residents in Stanly and the surrounding counties by providing quality at home elderly care. Our dedicated team of health care professionals travels over 40,000 miles each year delivering at home assisted living, including medical treatment and services, to patients.
As a non-profit service organization, HCC provides services seven days a week with 24-hour on-call service. HHC is affiliated with several area hospitals, certified by Medicare and Medicaid, and licensed by the state of North Carolina.

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