LOS ANGELES (September 27, 2019)—Arosa+LivHOME has signed an agreement to acquire LifeLinks, a provider of Aging Life Care services in Raleigh, North Carolina and Nashville, Tennesee. This marks Arosa+LivHOME’s sixth acquisition since January and entry into its sixth state, Tennessee.

With the purchase of LifeLinks, Arosa+LivHOME expands its care management services in North Carolina and will utilize the Nashville office as a launching pad for growth in a new market. Arosa+LivHOME previously acquired Senior Care Management Associates, a Durham based care management company in July.

The combination of care management plus homecare services continues to be core to its growth, as the integration of services provides families with the guidance, resources and support needed when caring for a loved one.

LifeLinks currently employs eighteen care managers and guardian representatives who consider the physical, emotional, mental and lifestyle needs of each individual. The team collectively has 200 years of experience advocating for older adults and disabled individuals.

“I feel like I am sending my baby off to college. All of the work I’ve put into raising this company, is now allowing them, individually and collectively, to go on to something bigger and better,” said Gretchen Napier, owner and CEO of LifeLinks. “I chose to sell to Arosa+LivHOME because of value alignment. They recognize that the best way to ensure high-quality care for aging adults and individuals with disabilities is by hiring the best care managers and the best caregivers and treating them well. I believe my team and our clients will be in good hands.” 

LivHOME was founded in 1999 on the premise that care management plus homecare, under the same umbrella, would be a revolutionary concept. The company today, Arosa+LivHOME, employs the most Aging Life Care Professionals in the country. These certified professionals, also known as geriatric care managers, are educated and experienced in a variety of fields that focus on issues related to aging and/or disability; most have credentials in gerontology, social work, mental health, nursing and psychology, among others.

“Aging Life Care Professionals have extensive knowledge about the issues facing today’s seniors and disabled adults,” says Cyril Vergis, COO at Arosa+LivHOME. "Families turn to our credentialed professionals for guidance regarding the costs, quality, and availability of relevant community resources and how to best incorporate them into a personalized plan of care.”

Arosa+LivHOME now operates 20 offices in five states: California, Illinois, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. The purchase of The Cameron Group, based in Orlando, Florida, is pending regulatory and licensure approval.

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