Helping hundreds of older adults stay healthy and independent is both challenging and rewarding, and Cooperative Home Care is confident Dan Decker is ready to lead their mission. Cooperative Home Care turns 30 this year, continuing their commitment to serving older adults and people of all ages with disabilities through every type of funding source, including Medicaid, Medicare and Private Services. Cooperative Home Care has promoted Dan Decker, former Director of Business Development, to lead their operations in a General Manager role. Under his leadership, they are predicting a thriving 2017 that will surpass all of their previous business achievements.
“To survive and thrive in the healthcare industry is notoriously difficult. We’ve got to always think and act five steps ahead, instead of reacting to what is happening around us. Dan combines his strong daily work ethic with his big picture vision, to produce results,” said Mitch Waks, Owner and CEO of Cooperative Home Care. “Dan inspires our team.”
October marks the quarter-way point of another exciting Cooperative Home Care initiative. To honor their 30th year in business, they are completing 30 service projects from July 2016 to July 2017. Their “Serving and Celebrating in Our 30th Year” campaign has already produced nine local projects.
“I am pleased and honored to accept the GM position. Cooperative Home Care is a hard working company that gives back to its clients, employees and community,” said Dan Decker about his appointment to General Manager of Cooperative Home Care. “We are going to achieve greater things.”