Thousands of Penrose Senior Care Auditors are needed nationwide.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 20, 2015
Penrose Senior Care Auditors check on aging seniors to make sure they are okay and that caregivers are doing their jobs. It was only March 2014 when Penrose created this new senior care service. With this move they’re taking it to a whole new level.
“Strong client demand combined with a new, flexible and independent workforce made us rethink our Penrose Senior Care Auditors Certification Program,” says Rhonda Harper, Founder & CEO. “We didn't want to limit the growth of this critically important senior care service because people couldn't afford it.” Up until now, Penrose was charging $599 for its certification program.
The 8-hour online PSCA Certification Program provides all the education, information, and training necessary; no other experience is required. Penrose Senior Care Auditors are all independent, working for themselves, and use the proprietary online Penrose Platform that powers a single point of access for clients and senior are auditors, an audit tracking and processing engine, a customer/senior care auditor management system, and recommendations to resources, products, and services.
Clients pay about 5%-10% of average monthly assisted living costs for this service. “We call it an ‘assurance policy’ and, Penrose Senior Care Auditors earn between $20-$60 per 30-minute audit, strong pay for this workforce,” says Harper.
About Penrose Senior Care Auditors – Setting the Standards, Leading the Way
Headquartered in Dallas, TX and serving clients nationwide, Penrose Senior Care Auditors created the senior care auditing service. Senior Care Auditors check on seniors, conduct a 7-Factor™ Audit, and a report is sent back to clients, generally the senior’s adult child.The 7-Factor Audit™ overs: (1) Cleanliness and Clutter, (2) Odor and Temperature, (3) Caregivers and Supporters, (4) Pantry and Toiletries, (5) Operations and Maintenance, (6) Senior Observations, and (7) Miscellaneous.