All Care, a Private Home Care Provider has opened an office in Sylvester, Georgia. The company headquartered in Macon, Georgia was started in 2010 as a Senior Care company providing quality care to Seniors in the comfort of their own home. All Care helps with anything from cooking and cleaning to full medical care.
Allen Freeman, the President and Founder of All Care has been committed to helping others all of his life, from his time as an Eagle Scout to when he served as a State Representative in the Georgia General Assembly. Allen is committed to helping others. Freeman’s background and education are in special events and recreation administration. He led both the Georgia State Fair and The International Cherry Blossom Festival during earlier times in his career. Freeman says, “I have always been in the business of making people happy. At All Care that’s what we strive for, making people HAPPY! That means a lot of different things to different people, but that is our goal.” Shortly after opening All Care, the company was approved by the State of Georgia to serve Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Allen took the same care and concern that All Care had for seniors and applied a very similar model to caring for adults with developmental disabilities. All Care strives to “make them happy’, and it works!
All Care currently employs over 100 dedicated people and has plans to hire many more in South Georgia. The Chairman of the All Care Board of Directors, Bob Rice formally of Moultrie, encouraged Freeman to expand All Care’s services to South Georgia. Bob believes that so many families in South Georgia are eager for a company truly committed to providing quality care. The opening of All Care’s office in Sylvester will allow All Care to serve individuals in 8 additional counties, with plans to eventually serve 15 counties in the area for a total of 25 counties in Georgia.
All Care is pleased to announce the hiring of Nettie Hatcher as the Director of the South Georgia office. Nettie is a long time resident of Sylvester and has been a champion and advocate for adults with disabilities for many, many years. She knows firsthand the importance of quality care and the need for dependable, well-qualified caregivers. Freeman says, “I am confident that she is the right person to help expand our area of care with the goal of helping as many people as possible.”
On Tuesday, November 1st at 11:00 AM, All Care will cut the ribbon at their office in the Old Worth County Bank Building on the corner of North Isabella and Front Street. The Sylvester, Worth County community is invited to celebrate the opening of the All Care Sylvester office with a reception following the ribbon cutting. For more information, please call 478-254-3621.