SOURCE: A Helping Hand, Inc.

June 24, 2008 08:00 ET

A Helping Hand Announces Five-Year Anniversary and the Opening of Two New Offices

A Helping Hand Opens New Offices in Bellingham and Tacoma

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - June 24, 2008) - A Helping Hand, a provider of comprehensive companionship and in-home care services, announced today its five-year anniversary and the opening of two new offices; one in Bellingham and another in Tacoma. The opening of these two offices allows A Helping Hand to serve the needs of clients and support caregivers who reside in Lewis, Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish counties.

A Helping Hand is expanding its offices to meet the growing need for in-home care among adults who are recovering from illness or surgery, are disabled or have adult children who do not live nearby. Many families turn to A Helping Hand to provide care and assistance to loved ones who need a helping hand, but do not want to leave the comforts of their own home.

"The demand for in-home care continues to increase as the number of adults who are caring for an aging parent grows," Steven Jungk, A Helping Hand's founder and CEO. "And finding the time to care for a parent or loved one can be difficult. Our in-home care professionals are not only giving families in the Northwest peace of mind but they are making it possible for families to spend quality time with loved ones without focusing on what is not getting done."

A Helping Hand, Inc. was established in 2003 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. "As we approach our five-year anniversary, we are reminded of the many individuals and families we have had the opportunity to serve," says Steven Jungk. "We are proud of our commitment to providing exceptional care and we are truly thankful to the many individuals who helped us achieve this milestone."

About A Helping Hand

A Helping Hand is a provider of comprehensive companionship and in-home care services for seniors, people with disabilities, individuals recovering from an accident or surgery and those who are at the end of their life. These services are provided through a network of offices located in Bellingham, Woodinville, Seattle and Tacoma. All caregivers are licensed and bonded. From live-in service to simple caregiver tasks, nurse delegation or the care management program, services are designed to meet a family's specific needs. Services include companionship, exercise, dressing/bathing assistance, meal preparation, shopping, laundry, medication reminders, transportation, gardening, walking the dog, and more. For more information about A Helping Hand please visit www.ahelpinghandnw.com.

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