- Ada, Oklahoma


February 20, 2013

Ada in-home care business celebrates five years of service

Ada —  

McCortney Family In-Home Care is celebrating five years of service this week helping people maintain their lives at home.

Starting with two caregivers and two clients, McCortney Family In-Home Care has grown into a regional service-based company with offices in Ada and Ardmore and over 30 caregivers that provide nearly 2,000 hours of help each week, company officials stated.

“We have been able to help people recovering from serious illness, surgery or with debilitating diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s maintain their quality of life and remain in their home since 2008,” stated Greg McCortney, owner. 

“Our caregivers assist our clients with daily activities such as running errands, doctor visits as well as light housekeeping, meal preparation and medication reminders,” he added.

McCortney Family In-Home Care is licensed by the state of Oklahoma, carries workman’s compensation insurance and all of their caregivers are background checked, drug tested and tested for tuberculosis.   For a free, confidential assessment, contact McCortney Family In-Home Care at 580-427-2273.

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