TriMED Healthcare fills a great need in the US healthcare system
Newtown, PA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
TriMED HealthCare is announcing the launch of its community based efforts to raise funds for its elder homecare initiative through improved business processes and technological innovation. The company is seeking to raise at least $100,000 in order to better meet the homecare needs of adult and elderly care recipients as well as aid the cause of single mother caregivers’ transportation needs. By teaching these women to fish, they will fish for life and remain off welfare. A percentage of the funds will also help to fund medical research in underserved communities. The fundraising effort will be hosted online through the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform through which sponsors and enthusiasts will have access to further details regarding the fundraiser as well as perks and other contribution options.
Atasha Jordan, a current University of Pennsylvania medical student and Harvard University graduate, commented on the importance of elderly homecare in Pennsylvania, saying, “TriMED Healthcare fills a great need in the US healthcare system. Over 14% of the American population is over the age of 65, making it clear that TriMED–an agency that gives compassionate in-home care to Pennsylvania's elderly—is an integral part to helping this population remain as independent as possible, in the comfort of their own homes. By financially contributing to TriMED Healthcare, you are investing in the care of many elderly persons who otherwise would not receive the care that they need.”
TriMED HealthCare provides hourly and live-in services to seniors, allowing them to remain safely and comfortably in their own homes as they age. Having an experienced and professional caregiver in the home also provides respite and peace of mind for family members. TriMED HealthCare caregivers are expertly trained and follow a total approach to care, encouraging independence and engaging consumers in physical, mental and social activities, in addition to Assistance with Daily Living (ADL) needs such as meal preparation, personal hygiene, bathing, medication reminders, transportation, ambulation assistance and more. At the TriMED HealthCare, caregivers are also trained in various areas of senior care including Alzheimer’s, dementia, stroke and post operation recovery to provide a one-on-one, tailored service care plans for each new consumer.
Beverley Jordan, president and co-founder of TriMED HealthCare, says, "Growing up in the islands, I had the privilege of visiting my grandmother every weekend with a basket of goodies just like The Little Red Riding Hood - during those visits I came to appreciate the value of spending time with the elderly." It’s no surprise that her two daughters, who attend Harvard and Yale respectively, are studying for medical careers in healthcare.
Your contribution to TriMED’s fundraiser is a vote for the causes of compassion and solidarity for improved delivery of homecare for Golden Eagles.