BACC Holds Ribbon-Cutting for Home Helpers Batesville

The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon-Cutting ceremony to celebrate Home Helpers Batesville's relocation.

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Home Helpers Home Care of Batesville is not just an in-home health care agency — it’s a beacon of hope and support when family can’t be there. Home Helpers, a locally owned and trusted provider, offers quality, compassionate in-home care in Batesville. Their home care programs are tailored to each client's unique situation, providing an affordable solution that keeps your loved one where they’re happiest: at home. Caregivers of Home Helpers assist with housekeeping, food preparation, cleanliness, and more, coupling those with skilled services as needed. 

“We’re excited about this new location. We’ve been growing; we have about 40 caregivers in the Batesville office. We provide in-home, non-skilled care that keeps clients in their homes longer,” said Hayden Gilders, President and CEO of Home Helpers. 

Home Helpers’ new location is 2080 Harrison St, Suite C, in Batesville. 

Ambassadors in attendance include Adam Curtwright (Centennial Bank), Andrea Bruner (Network of Community Options), Carey Markum (Mossy Oak Properties), Caitlyn Guzman (First Community Bank), Christina Watts (LaCroix Precision Optics), Kristi Morgan (FNBC), Lindy Hopper (First Community Bank), Lori Tacker (Batesville Eye Care Center), Mary Duvall (Bad Boy, Inc), Rickie Westbrook (Centennial Bank), Roxanne Rananudo (United Way of North Central AR), Sarah Ring (Southern Bank), Silje Antonsen (Venture Realty Group), and Julie Hinkle (Bank of Cave City).

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