High-quality and inclusive care are the sole priorities for Good Hands Supported Living, one of the newest members of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
Good Hands Supported Living provides daycare services to adults with developmental disabilities. With locations in Columbus, Circleville and Chillicothe, the adult daycare service provider strives to create an inviting and caring atmosphere that provides services to individuals without regard to ethnicity, cultural diversity, handicap or disability.
Since 2001, the 80-employee company has provided a range of services that include group activities and events, like Zumba, art therapy or DIY activities. Through continual training, staff members are also able to provide home and personal care services to help with functional limitations. Good Hands Supported Living is also dedicated to the safety of its consumers, ensuring the installation of security surveillance on all of their facilities as well as fitting their transportation systems with GPS tracking and two-way camera monitoring.
Their commitment to safety and continued training for employees is a testament to their focus on improving Ohio’s workforce according to Michelle Green, the director of operations, who has been with the company for ten years.
“[Good Hands Supported Living] joined the Ohio Chamber to be a part of a team that focuses on improving the workforce for Ohio employees,” says Green.
To learn more about Good Hands Supported Living, visit www.ghslohio.org.
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