Synergy HomeCare Germantown Celeberates 1 year Anniversary

Sept. 3, 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACTS:

MARC BASSLER

Synergy HomeCare

EMAIL: marcb@shcgermantown.com

PHONE : 262-250-1198

SYNERGY HOMECARE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN GERMANTOWN/WI

Local family-owned home care provider continues to bring more home care choices to the Milwaukee 4 county area.

Germantown, WI – August 19, 2010 – This week marks the 1 year anniversary for Synergy HomeCare of Germantown, Wisconsin. Non-medical home care is a growing source of comfort and peace of mind to many families in the Milwaukee area. As the local community celebrates this valuable avenue of care that Synergy HomeCare brings, owner Marc Bassler looks back on a year of growth, success and service.

“We recognize the need for high-quality companionship, personal care and homemaking assistance for people of all ages with a variety of needs,” said Marc Bassler, owner of the Synergy HomeCare of Germantown. “From senior care, to help for those suffering from debilitating illnesses and injuries, to aiding expectant moms, we are pleased to provide expert care giving solutions to the Milwaukee Four County Communities.”

This past year, Bassler focused on establishing lasting relationships with local organizations in the community, some of which include Gentiva Home Health, Odyssey Hospice, Allay Hospice, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, Waukesha Senior Health Center, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center, Waukesia Aging and Disability Resource Center, Northshore Senior Resource group, and Waukesha Senior Consortium.

“Synergy has allowed my dad to stay in his home, which is invaluable to us and to him”, says Hartland resident Becky B. They’ve provided affordable, quality caregiving for my dad. I really cannot think of anything more important in his life than being able to stay at home right now.”

Of the many valuable services that Synergy HomeCare of Germantown offers, the most appreciated by residents of the Milwaukee area is the quick response to their needs. Within 2 hours of a call, a Synergy HomeCare representative can be at a family’s home to provide companionship and personal care to individuals in need, and respite care for family caregivers. Synergy HomeCare distinguishes itself from its peers by conducting national background checks on each caregiver, and providing care to all ages, rather than just focusing on senior citizens.

The Synergy HomeCare of Germantown office is situated at W175, N11081 Stonewood Dr in Germantown /WI. It is open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and care services continue by phone and email for the full 24- hour day. Synergy HomeCare of Germantown is accessible by phone at (262) 250-1198 and email at marcb@shcgermantown.com. To learn more about Synergy HomeCare of Germantown, please visit http://www.synergyhomecare.com/germantown/About.aspx.

ABOUT SYNERGY HOMECARE

Synergy HomeCare is a national franchise of non-medical home care dedicated to providing exceptional and affordable service to anyone of any age. Synergy HomeCare caregivers are available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, to those in need – including seniors, expectant moms, those suffering from sports injuries and debilitating illnesses, and more. Founded in 2002 in Gilbert, Ariz., Synergy HomeCare now has more than 100 franchises in over 32 states. For additional information, please visit www.SynergyHomeCare.com/Germantown .

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