Akash Brahmbhatt: Like a Member of the Family

Akash Brahmbhatt is the co-owner of a chain of resident care homes in Texas. His compassion and commitment to his work has impressed many of his clients, over the five years he has been in business.

The work that he and his wife do at Silver Hills Assisted Living and Caring Hands Personal Care Home is an essential part of health care in the United States. Senior citizens represent the fastest-growing segment of the country’s population. One of every seven people is over the age of sixty-five, and by 2035, that ratio will be one of every five.

Akash Brahmbhatt’s clients are grateful for his dedication to his work. “My mother,” said one, “has been a resident of Caring Hands for over a year. I have been extremely pleased with the care she has received. They take care of her as if she were a member of their own family. They are kind, loving and considerate people. Their home is immaculate. They take care of her every need and, within their power, her wants.”

Akash Brahmbhatt says he loves to help senior citizens living in his community, and feels privileged to be able to do so.

Also Read: Akash Brahmbhatt – Benefits Of Assisted Living


About Akash Brahmbhatt

Akash Brahmbhatt says that to run a truly successful business you need to have the organizational skills to break up each task into tasks that are far easier to complete. Over the years he has learned much about the business, and has now begun to focus on the future of the industry. He says that elderly care is a hotly debated topic in America, and that they are currently experience much reform. In this regard his facility is ahead of the curve, constantly remaining vigilant to keep the facility up to date in all aspects. Akash says that the next step is going green in assisted living.
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