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In the Press

Home Care Partners in the Press

Andrew Carlson

Forbes Next 1000 Profile

The Nexus:

True North

Technologies Podcast

with Karla of HCP

Andrew Carlson, 

Star City 6 Profile

Karla Frese,

Star City 6 Profile

Karla Frese Receives Certified Social Services Designee

August 2022

Home Care Partners celebrates the continued education of Managing Partner Karla Frese. Karla completed the Nebraska Healthcare Association comprehensive educational course that provides training to understand regulations, policies, and best practices for social services in healthcare settings. The coursework included reviewing admission processes, creating individualized care plans, and discharge planning.

The course allows one to better understand the social service role and how to coordinate care services with interdisciplinary healthcare teams.

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Strictly Business Feature:

Unplanned Life Changes

April 2022

When suddenly faced with the need for additional care, Karla suggests looking for an opening before starting the conversation with your loved one. It may be helpful to reference an article you recently read or something you saw on the news to break the ice. For example: “I’m starting to think about estate planning, do you have any advice?” or “I just read an article about gathering all your important papers. Can you show me where yours are and what you’d like us to do just in case?”

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Home Care Partners Welcomes JT Plummer as Director of Human Resources

Home Care Partners is excited to announce JT Plummer as their new director of human resources. JT joined Home Care Partners in February after six years of previous experience in human resources. He now plays a key role in Home Care Partner’s office operations and leadership. As the demand for home care services in Lincoln rises, JT ensures that Home Care Partners employs quality caregivers to meet the needs of their clients and gives current and potential employees the resources to feel supported.

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Home Care Partners Receives 2022 Best in Training Award

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Home Care Partners has received the 2022 Best of Home Care – Leader in Training Award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in experience management for home care. The Leader in Training Award recognizes home care businesses that consistently provide an outstanding level of staff education. As a Leader in Training, Home Care Partners is now recognized among the top 25% of home care providers participating in the nationwide Home Care Pulse Training Program.

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Home Care Partners Celebrates 4 Years

Home Care Partners is excited to celebrate four years of business in the Lincoln area. Local entrepreneurs Karla Frese and Andrew Carlson founded Home Care Partners in January 2018 to provide home care services to the Lincoln community. Each year of business has presented a new challenge as the senior care industry has evolved, but the entire Home Care Partners team has remained resilient and focused on giving each individual the best care possible. They are thankful to the community for their support in growing as a facility, and to be recognized in the Lincoln’s Choice Awards as a top home healthcare provider for two consecutive years. 

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Andrew Carlson Forbes Next 1000 Profile

As a former caregiver, Andrew Carlson set out to help people like himself by offering professional care to seniors or others in need who want to remain in their homes. Since cofounding Home Care Partners in 2018, the company has provided care for 160 families. With almost 40 recurring clients, the Lincoln, Nebraska-based company is set to surpass $1 million in revenue this year.

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Andrew Carlson of Home Care Partners Named as Forbes Next 1000 Honoree

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Lincoln entrepreneur, Andrew Carlson, has been named on the Forbes Next 1000 List, which highlights standout individuals in business startups across the United States. This list showcases startups in every region of the country with under $10 million in revenue or funding. Andrew’s representation for the Home Care Partners (www.homecarepartnersofnebraska.com) team was screened by top business minds and entrepreneurial superstars. Since co-founding Home Care Partners in 2018 with his business partner Karla Frese, the company has provided home care for more than 160 families. The Lincoln-based company will surpass $1 million in revenue this year.

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Andrew Carlson, 

Star City 6 Profile

Tell us a little about your business. – The caregiving services we provide help seniors maintain independence and give their families peace of mind. We support seniors in independent residences, assisted living, long-term care, and hospice. Seventy percent of working family caregivers suffer work-related difficulties due to their dual roles. Many caregivers feel they have no choice about taking on caregiving responsibilities. Thirty-nine percent of family caregivers leave their job to have more time to care for a loved one.

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Perspective Planning Partners invites all to join them in dining and discovering HomeFit on Tuesday, September 21, with Home Care Partners Co-owner Karla Frese as the presenting speaker. The HomeFit presentation was created for planners who would like to stay in the home they love by turning it into a “lifelong home.” Solutions given will range from simple do-it-yourself fixes to improvements that require skilled expertise. There will also be ideas for durable medical equipment to increase the independence and functionality of your space.

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Karla Frese, managing partner of Home Care Partners is excited to announce a collaboration with Gayleen Bradley of Nebraska LTC Pharmacy to offer dementia workshops to the Lincoln community. “A Day in the Life, a Dementia Simulation Experience” is a free workshop experience available to the public, upon request, to improve and increase dementia education with a focus on improving care. This workshop addresses communication, caring for those aging with sensory deficits, and cognitive impairment through a simulation. 

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The Nexus:

True North

Technologies Podcast

with Karla of HCP

Strictly Business Feature:

Lincoln Senior Memory Care in February 2021

“This is especially true during this time of COVID-19 safety measures, as seniors’ emotional ties to their familiar environment are increasing,” said Andrew Carlson, managing partner of Home Care Partners. “Due to the additional emotions, individuals are searching for ways to delay moving out of their homes to receive care and have often found the answer to be a Home Care Partners team.”

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Strictly Business:
Home Care Partners Celebrates Three Years of Providing Quality Senior Care in Lincoln

Home Care Partners is excited to be celebrating three years of business in Lincoln. Karla Frese and Andrew Carlson founded Home Care Partners in 2018 to provide home-care services to the Lincoln community and, in that time, have experienced exponential growth, attributing much of their success to their Culture of Caring. In 2020, they hired 48 new team members who truly represent this culture.

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Strictly Business Feature:

Senior Living Through the Holidays in Lincoln 2020

“It’s no secret that the holiday season can be stressful,” said Home Care Partners Co-Owner Karla Frese. “A time that should be joyful for all, can be ruined by all the tasks involved with preparing meals and buying gifts. At Home Care Partners, we have compiled a few ideas about how to reduce the stress of the season, so everyone can enjoy spending time with their loved ones.”

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Strictly Business Feature:

Lincoln Senior Memory Care in November 2020

Home Care Partners of Nebraska offers customized, person-centered care, education, and support for families of a loved one with dementia who is still able to live at home. They are a premier local choice for non-medical home care that creates a culture of caring to serve seniors. Their caregiver services—including things like sanitizing, cleaning and maintaining the house, coordinating appointments, exercising, medication management, and driving—help improve quality of life for seniors and provide peace of mind for families. 

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