LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--24 Hour Home Care announced today that Andrew Mathews, VP of Business Development, has been selected as a 2020 Future Leader by Aging Media Network in the category of Home Health Care.
The Future Leaders Awards, presented by Aging Media Network, recognizes high-performing employees who are shaping the next decade of care delivery in home health industries.
Over the past 11 years at 24 Hour Home Care, Andrew has created an indelible impact within the organization and its communities. In response to the pandemic, Andrew developed new partnerships to support the aging population like GrubWith24: a solution that enables high-risk individuals to order contactless food deliveries without a smartphone. When a community partner inquired if we knew a resource to provide temperature screenings for essential workers, Andrew recognized an opportunity to help. He assisted in setting up the protocols and securing the necessary PPE to provide on-site temperature screening. This led to developing SAFER at work 24 Hour Home Care’s on-site temperate screening offering. With Andrew’s guidance, 24 Hour became one of the only homecare companies to support those diagnosed with COVID-19.
“Andrew’s contributions during the pandemic have helped us remain an industry leader and make a difference in the community,” said 24 Hour Home Care’s President and Co-Founder Ryan Iwamoto. “We have always embraced change as an opportunity, even in challenging times, and Andrew exemplifies that.”
About 24 Hour Home Care
24 Hour Home Care provides high-quality, customized, professional caregiving services to seniors and individuals with developmental disabilities, allowing them to continue full, active, and healthy lifestyles. Founded by David Allerby, Tyner Brenneman-Slay, and Ryan Iwamoto in 2008, 24 Hour Home Care has expanded to 20 locations throughout California, Arizona and Texas, hiring over 10,000 employees. Fortune named 24 Hour Home Care to the 50 Best Places to Work In Aging Services (2018 and 2019) and Top 100 Best Workplaces for Diversity. 24 Hour Home Care’s owners received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2017) and the company was named to Inc. Magazine’s list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies, the Inc. 5000, for the seventh consecutive year. 24 Hour Home Care has received additional accolades, including being listed by Forbes Magazine as the #24 Most Promising Company in America. To learn more, visit www.24hrcares.com.