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Channel 4 News at Noon did a story on Preferred Travel Helpers services and the diverse group of people we serve such as the elderly, minors, single parents, widows, widowers, divorced, disabled, physically challenged, to just name a few. The training program of the Helpers along with insuring, background checking and the hiring process that our company goes through to ensure the highest quality service possible. BBB accredited and years of experience by the owner are the ingredients to success.
Mom traveling by herself with two young children, very late at night, with a 2 hour layover, was very happy to see our Helper, Kassie.
Get grandma to the wedding on time is what we did. Our Helpers Jere and Shelly accompanied 91 years old Mrs. Meredith from Milwaukee to San Francisco and back to Milwaukee.
Our Helper Kurt enjoyed the camaraderie he had with Tony since they both enjoy auto-mechanics and World War II. It was a joyous reunion with lots of hugs and tears, even some for Kurt.
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Read the article written by Mitch York from About.com in its Entrepreneurs section titled, Helping Seniors Travel and Caregivers Enjoy Vacation Preferred Travel Helpers Stakes Out a New IndustryLearn why the owner, Kimarie Jones, decided to start a business that would service the aging population that love to travel and have the wealth and disposable income for such a service. See the vision and plans for the future for this new industry and setting the standards for Preferred Travel Helpers.
Enjoy what the Intermountain Jewish Newspaper and writer Eshley Spitzer says in her article titled, Need Help Traveling?Find out what the elderly think about asking for assistance and why we feel bringing families together is impactful. The elderly need support but don't want to ask for it and the families need Peace of Mind knowing that the service is competent, reliable and reputable. So many different occasions such as weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, funerals, reunions, graduation for Preferred Travel Helpers to be of assistance.
Seniors Blue Book, a renowned source for seniors, printed an article submitted by Kimarie Jones titled Traveling, Does It Have To Be So Difficult?The article takes us back to the days when traveling was elegant, refined, enjoyable and something you looked forward to not like it is today when traveling is so stressful, many people do not want to even make the effort. Traveling can be cathartic and help minimize the effects of isolation and depression that the elderly sometimes experience.
Out of Denver magazine wrote a wonderful article called Get Out Of Town - The Safe, Easy Way by Marge D. Hansen.We get to meet some of the Helpers and staff that really make Preferred Travel Helpers a fun and supportive place to work. The different services and expertise that is offered is listed and once again you can get a sense of family and passion behind the business.