CAMDEN, N.J. (January 7, 2021)—Care Finders Total Care, LLC. (CFTC) is pleased to announce the addition of another outstanding homecare agency to their Pennsylvania group of companies. ORI HomeCare follows on the heels of their recent acquisition of Union Home Care and provides an even deeper base for CFTC in the greater Philadelphia area.
This partnership allows Care Finders Total Care, LLC to build on the two dominant service models offered in Philadelphia—the hourly and Family Care segment of the market—while expanding into the ODP waiver program.
Pennsylvania continues to be an extremely important pillar of the CareFinders’ growth strategy into 2021. Coverage in the Northeast now includes 19 offices in New Jersey, three offices in Connecticut, and nine offices in Pennsylvania. “The combination of ORI HomeCare and Union Home Care, in addition to Philadelphia Home Care Agency and At Home Quality Care, provides great strength for us as the company continues to develop its presence in the Northeast region”, CareFinders CEO, Jim Robinson, commented.
Terri Matthews, owner and CEO of ORI HomeCare commented, "I am so thrilled to see ORI Homecare join a company like CareFinders. We share many common beliefs about caregivers and caregiving. I believe this partnership will allow us to bring the highest quality care to more patients in need, while providing our caregivers new opportunities for growth and development.” Matthews, added, "there is a lot of change in store for homecare in PA and we look forward to ORI becoming part of a premier homecare network that our MCO partners will continue to rely on."
ORI HomeCare was founded in 2015 by owner and CEO Terri Matthews. With offices in downtown Philadelphia and Harrisburg, ORI has grown its business through a consistent focus on developing the highest quality caregivers and providing best-in-class non-skilled Personal Care Assistant (PCA) services to the elderly and disabled. ORI provides hourly and family care non-skilled home care services to elderly or disabled clients through the OLTL waiver program and hourly non-skilled home care services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities via the ODP program.