Homewatch CareGivers announced the opening of a new location that will service east Cobb County and north Fulton County — Home¬watch CareGivers of North Atlanta, at 4865 Olde Towne Parkway, Suite 150 in Marietta.

The new operation is owned by Chris MacInnis and he is assisted by his wife, Maria.

Established to provide the area with the high-quality care neces¬sary for residents to remain independent and healthy within their own homes, the company’s services are flexible and customized to blend into clients’ day-to-day life.

“There’s a high demand in north Atlanta for qualified in-home caregivers, and we’re excited to meet the need in the area,” MacInnis said. “We believe quality home care is about enriching a period in an individual’s life that can otherwise be very challenging, and we look forward to providing that kind of support to the entire community by being its trusted home care provider.”

MacInnis enters franchising with Homewatch CareGivers with 20 years of experience in the health care, home care and hospice indus¬tries. After playing professional football in the NFL and working as an engineer, he took a home care job and fell in love with the work. Maria has 17 years of client service experience working as a dental hygienist.

The company has more than 200 franchised units across 34 states domestically, as well as in Canada, Central and South America.

Homewatch CareGivers of North Atlanta provides home care ser¬vices for families arranging care for senior-aged loved ones and others living with chronic illnesses, convalescing after illness or surgery, or those who prefer to age in their own homes under the supervision and care of highly trained caregivers.

For more information, contact Chris MacInnis directly at 770-668-6079 or cmacinnis@hwcg.com, or Maria MacInnis at 803-215-7494 or mmacinnis@hwcg.com.

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