Royal Health Care Services President Phyllis Ettinger was thrilled to receive the “Outstanding Service Provider” at the Queensboro Council for Social Welfare’s 97th Annual Salute to Community Leaders in November at the Terrace on the Park in Flushing Meadows Park. Watch her acceptance speech at https://youtu.be/3oixSUkJSjY
Our office coordinator/bookkeeper, Keisha, has overseen Royal Health Care Services’ cases, record keeping, billing and payroll since 2012. She’s gotten to help all sorts of people … including a 104-year-old patient who benefitted from one of our aides for many years. For Keisha, the job has been a positive experience. “I enjoy the small office […]
Welcome to our monthly series of “In the News,” where we will share articles about various important topics. In December, we’ll discuss how to choose an aide. The first article we recommend you read talks about the different types of home health aides available and how to find the right one for you. See: https://www.aarp.org/caregiving/home-care/info-2018/hiring-caregiver.html
Royal Health Care Services President Phyllis Ettinger was honored at the Queensboro Council for Social Welfare’s 97th Annual Salute to Community Leaders for being an “Outstanding Service Provider” in November at the Terrace on the Park in Flushing Meadows Park. Staff, family and friends celebrated her award—check out our photo gallery.
The myth of assisted living being appropriate for all is untrue. As Geeta Anand writes in “How Not to Grow Old in America”(New York Times, Aug. 29, 2019), the facilities are more appropriate for individuals who need minimal care and monitoring. Home health care is much better for anyone else … as well as any […]