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Karing With Kindness: A True Family Business
Kathleen Kenny, Owner
Founded in 1998, Karing with Kindness has made a lasting impact in the home health care arena. Owner and Director Kathleen Kenny wears many hats and has formed many specialties. Her business includes a training school with a Certified Nurse’s Aide program (CNA) and a Certified Home Health Aides program (CHHA), medical equipment with a full line of quality products ranging from lift chairs to beds, and and our exciting new unique boutique which carries mastectomy products, postsurgical/ recovery items, maternity and more. We have certified fitters on staff either by appointment or walk in. She describes herself and the way she conducts her business as very “hands-on” and is lovingly involved in every aspect. Kathleen is that rare individual who truly derives pleasure from helping others. If there is a need, she will find a way to fill it.
Creating a good quality of life in her client’s homes is her specialty. She adds, “Our staff can help your loved one avoid the emotional trauma of leaving their cherished home. We believe that you and your family should have a choice about where and how you live, as well as who will provide your care. Being able to remain in one’s home makes a person happier and keeps them healthier, but most of all it promotes their independence.” Her clients and aides have a direct line to her at all times and she makes a point to go out and visit her clients (and their families) to ensure that services are fulfilling their expectations. Like Kathleen, her various businesses have evolved over the years and each part has played an instrumental part in
helping someone that has been connected to her life. In fact, her home health care profession began while she was caring for two sisters while the family lived in another state. “The family had given me the confidence boost that I needed to pursue my business. They were so happy with everything that I had done with their relatives and felt that I took care of them as if they were my own family and in all honesty, they were.” In the home health care business, rules and regulations are constantly changing. She adds, “Many folks have noticed a huge change with Obama Care and though it does have many benefits, it has created a great deal of change and with that comes different pros and cons.”
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The County Woman Magazine
Published on May 11, 2017
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