Alzheimer's is a disease that takes a toll on the whole family. Not only does it shut down the body and brain of those that have the disease, it also puts the people they care about through more than they should have to bare. But when it comes to caring for these patients, there is no startup doing more than Our Family Home.
Based out of Columbus, Our Family Home has made it their mission to provide 24-hour, high-quality, personal care services to patients affected by Alzheimer's and dementia in their own homes. As the first company to provide this kind of curated assistance with these types of disease, they are making Ohio the jumping off point for medical assistance around the world.
With some of the most esteemed medical assistance in the Midwest and a team of people that are committed to making the effects of this disease less intrusive, Our Family Home is changing the script on how resident care is carried out.
“For the residents we serve in our homes, our most important goal is to provide great care with compassion and dignity,” said Our Family Home CEO Evan DuBro.
While Our Family Home puts the needs of their patients first, they recognize that individuals are not the only ones affected by the disease. The importance of caring for the family as well as the patient has gone a long way in establishing Our Family Home as the best place to go for your loved ones in need.
“At Our Family Home, the families are the benefactors of our great care because they can have their lives back and live each day knowing that there loved one is well taking care of with lots of love,” said DuBro. “Many families tell me over the years that we gave their lives back and now they can sleep at night knowing they can trust our care providers who they develop a strong and meaningful relationship.”
The company started in Columbus and has produced incredible results in the nine homes they have established in the area. They have since expanded to Cincinnati and plan to move across the Midwest and the south to spread their message of dignity and trust when it comes to resident care. They want the country and the world to know that compassionate resident care is the most important step of curing these terrible diseases.
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