Honor recently added seven home care partners to its help network and is actively seeking partners in new and existing regions in California, Texas and New Mexico.
"We started Honor to give our parents the care they need to make them as independent as possible," said Seth Sternberg, CEO of Honor. "As we grew up, we quickly saw that the best way to look after older people on a scale is to partner with local agencies and expand their capabilities, so we launched the Honor Care Network. So far we have seen remarkable progress and are pleased with the new level, having created the largest, most informed team of agency partners and educators ever assembled."
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has developed a resolution in which the concept of "municipal nanny" is described in order to support working parents. This was announced by Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman on his Twitter page. The service can be used by families in which parents prefer to work instead of a decree. The state will pay such families compensation in the amount of 1500 UAH. Nurse parents will be able to choose themselves. The service promises to be simple and understandable.