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In the Press

Home Care Partners in the Press

The Nexus:

True North Technologies Podcast

with Karla of Home Care Partners

Strictly Business Feature:

Senior Living in Lincoln,

February 2021

Home Care Partners of Nebraska offers care services within the homes of their clients, including Companion Care, Personal Care, Recovery Care, Memory Care Support, and Hospice Care. Their services give families an alternative to moving into an assisted-living community because being in a familiar environment among one’s own possessions and memories is the best place to promote health and healing.

“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.

“There is nothing more rewarding than leading a team that chooses to make a difference,” Karla said. “They each model our Culture of Caring by providing service and value to others and, in doing so, experiencing great joy together with our clients. Families continue to give us great feedback about how their loved one is shining after their care-partner visits. They feel happy, healthy, safe, and loved.”

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Strictly Business Feature:

Senior Living Through the Holidays in Lincoln 2020

As Mariah Carey sings, “All I Want for Christmas Is You”, the hearts of the caregivers at Home Care Partners of Nebraska go out to families who are away from, quarantined, or not allowed to see their loved ones because of visitation restrictions. There are, however, still ways to make special connections together, and Home Care Partners is working to help seniors who still live at home make important connections.

“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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Home Care Partners Welcomes Casey Sova to Team as Human Resources Manager

Home Care Partners of Nebraska announce Casey Sova as their new human resources manager. Sova joined Home Care Partners at the beginning of December after years of experience in the senior care industry. She now plays a key role in Home Care Partners’ talent acquisition process, implementing development programs for the team and enforcing company policies and practices.

Andrew Carlson, managing partner of Home Care Partners, shares, “Casey embodies our Culture of Caring values with her experience, integrity, and respect. We are proud to have her on our team.” “Investing in people and building relationships with team members is my favorite part of being in human resources,” Sova said.

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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. Care partner services combined with Care Management can have a profoundly positive effect on the physical and emotional health of informal caregivers (such as family, friends, neighbors, and volunteers) who might otherwise encounter burnout or compassion fatigue.

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Home Care Partners of Nebraska Introduces New “Discovering Your Balance” Podcast

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Home Care Partners of Nebraska Announces Your Choice Care Credit Program

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Home Care Partners of Nebraska Welcomes Wendy Russel as Office Manager

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Karla Frese of Home Care Partners Completes Hospice Volunteer Training

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