COVID-19 is changing care.
The virus will have a lasting impact on how responsible agencies provide home care to clients.
Quality and safety count now more than ever.
We expect clients, referral sources, and caregivers to seek out agencies with the highest quality care—and the most rigorous safety and infection control standards—now and into the foreseeable future. This is the new normal.
Top-rated agencies will get even better.
The best agencies will make significant changes to how they operate and be able to demonstrate their new comprehensive safety practices. Honor has been working around the clock—developing new protocols, caregiver training, and technology—in response to COVID-19. Everything we do makes our Honor Care Network Partners stronger and better able to compete in this new environment. If you were an agency partner, you’d have operational support and marketing materials like this to help you.
The Honor Care Network provides resources and collective strength.
Reduce your fixed costs and operational burdens.
Our Partners report a 90% drop in monthly overhead after joining Honor—so they can easily adjust their operations to changes in demand.
Working closely with local health department and CDC guidance, we’ve created and implemented dozens of new operational protocols to
support client and caregiver safety.
Get protection against unexpected workforce swings.
Our partnership model is designed to protect HCN Partners from unexpected shifts in available caregivers due to illness, enhanced safety protocols, childcare demands, and other gig economy job opportunities.
Honor’s large pool of trained Care Pros enables our Partners to scale up or down effortlessly according to shifts in client demand.
See the power of the Honor Care Network.
By sourcing and delivering PPE at scale, Honor can better support our Partners and their clients' needs.
We monitor critical, frequently-changing information and recommendations—and send regular updates to our Partners, clients, and Care Pros.
From Our Partners
The network has brought more collaboration, more conversations with agencies from around the country—brainstorming, sharing ideas and best practices, and helping to sourcing PPE. It’s just very powerful.
Pamela Conlon-Sandhu, RN, CRRN Director of Client Services, Agility Health San Mateo, California
The amount of collaboration and support within the Honor Care Network has been enormously valuable in knowing that, with our combined experience, we are staying current with Public Health guidelines, protocols and recommendations.
Nicole McClure President, LIVEWELL Rancho Palos Verdes, California
We feel very lucky that we decided to join the Honor Care Network, especially now. It's made us realize the power of this group. Honor has rallied behind us, we’re supported and getting accurate knowledge and data.”
Denise and Eric Kaye, Owners, Connections in Home Care Phoenix, Arizona