SYNERGY Homecare Announces Newest Franchise in Altamonte Springs, Fl
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SYNERGY Homecare Announces Newest Franchise in Altamonte Springs, Fl

February 24, 2023 // Franchising.com // Gilbert, Ariz. – SYNERGY HomeCare has a new location in Altamonte Springs, Fla.

The company is owned and operated by Chris and Danielle Rodriguez, a married duo who have committed themselves to providing service while upholding moral tenets that they use to guide their everyday lives.

Headquartered at 1180 Spring Centre South Blvd Suite 100 in Altamonte Springs, Fla., the company serves residents of Apopka and Zellwood, as well as the Altamonte Springs area. SYNERGY HomeCare provides clients with a wide variety of non-medical care options, from companion care to personal care to specialized care for people with chronic health conditions or recovering from illness or surgery.

Chris and Danielle saw a growing need in their community for these services, particularly among Baby Boomers. U.S. Census statistics show that 10,000 Baby Boomers are turning 65 every day and that by 2030, there will be more than 70 million people over the age of 65. A recent AARP survey found that 75% of those 65+ report they want to remain in their current residence for as long as possible.

Prior to the couple’s transition into homecare, Chris spent over a decade working as a firefighter paramedic, as well as spending time working in sales and health services. Chris is also a central Florida native, graduating from Mount Dora High School in 2005 and now continuing his education in General Studies and Political Science. Danielle, originally from Texas, has spent most of her life traveling with her military family. Eventually, she settled down in central Florida as well, where she graduated high school in the same year as Chris. Since then, she has held multiple administrative office roles and worked in childcare with multiple different companies.

Chris pushed the couple towards the homecare industry once he witnessed firsthand the impact that caregivers had on his grandfather’s life. His grandfather, originally from Cuba and Chris’ greatest inspiration, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and later passed on from the disease. However, his dignity and quality of life greatly benefitted from the caregivers who dedicated themselves to being at his side, and even attended and cried together with Chris’ family at the funeral. Their dedication deeply resonated with Chris, which helped him to realize that he wanted to provide that same sense of comfort to other families, like his grandfather’s caregivers did for his.

“Caregivers are some of the best humans in society,” says Chris. “They are incredible, genuine people and they truly act as the backbone of so many families. The thought of owning a business and being able to connect these caregivers with our community is something that was an easy decision to make.”

SYNERGY HomeCare focuses on multiple types of in-home care. In addition to providing older people with assistance in maintaining their independence, Chris and Danielle also want to provide childcare, backup care and assistance to expecting families. According to Chris, the majority of their clients lack a local support system and need to rely on caregivers for assistance cooking, shopping, running errands, light housekeeping or going for walks. Some even require personal care such as help bathing, dressing or using the toilet. “Distance should not keep adult children from being in tune with their aging loved ones to help them maintain their quality of life while aging in place, something that can be accomplished through local in-home care,” Danielle explained.

SOURCE SYNERGY HomeCare

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