Take Care News

Awards |

Take Care Wins Best Home Health 2017

Each year, the Herald-Tribune asks the community to vote on local Sarasota, Manatee, and Venice businesses. Take Care Home Health has been honored recipients of the Herald-Tribune's READERS' CHOICE FIRST PLACE AWARD. Thank you for taking your time to vote for Take Care!

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Leadership |

Pedersen Leads as Human Resources Director

Mary Pedersen, SPHR, is promoted to Human Resources Director for the corporate office of Take Care Private Duty Home Health Care, overseeing all human resources operations for more than 500 employees across four offices of Take Care. Take Care is the leading private duty home health care agency on Florida's Gulf Coast. Take Care's emphasis on personal attention and quality of care has garnered awards and peer recognition such as the Sarasota Herald-Tribune's Readers Choice Award, since 2003, for the "Best of the Best in Home Health Care," the Venice Gondolier Sun's Best of Venice award, also since 2003, and the Peoples' Choice from the Bradenton Herald.

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News |

Women Startups: A Wise Move

As part of the special issue in this week's Gulf Coast Business Review, eight women were featured in "Women Startups: No matter what their sex, age, or business, eight women prove entrepreneurs have a lot in common." Courtney R. Wise, MSG, Take Care Advisor's executive director shared her story.

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Leadership |

Snyder to Speak at HerStory

On Monday, April 11, 2011, you will be given a unique opportunity to sit in a room with seven prestigious and successful women from our area, including Courtney Wise (Executive Director, Take Care Advisor, LLC, a local nurse geriatric care management company). Please join us on the campus of University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee as we welcome working women (Women in Leadership & Philanthropy) who will share their past, discuss present areas of concern, and will build hope for our future.

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Health |

On Take Care’s Reading List: Shock of Gray

Sarasota is the oldest community in America with a population over 40,000. But it's old because older people go there to rejuvenate themselves, to get active, to get engaged to build social networks. When you arrive as a 65 year old in Sarasota, you are a young person beginning a new stage of life

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What Our Clients Have to Say

I thought I could handle my recovery on my own. However, having been under the care of an experienced nurse, I now realize the value of the one-on-one nurse.