No Place Like Home Senior Care earns top distinction
No Place Like Home Senior Care in Gardnerville has earned Home Care Pulse’s “Best of Home Care” distinction, which is awarded to agencies that score in the top 25 percentile for client and employee satisfaction. No Place Like Home Senior Care is now ranked among a select few of the best agencies in the country.
“We know that sometimes it is difficult to make care decisions when you don’t have specific experience with an agency,” said Home Care Pulse founder Aaron Marcum. “It was our goal to provide families with the ability to make an informed decision, have tangible ways to measure quality and help them find a comfort level when choosing an agency to work with.”
The award process includes the evaluation of client and employee satisfaction in areas such as agency training, communication, overall quality of care, caregiver performance, caregiver morale, response to problems and recommendation of services.
To find out more about the “Best of Home Care” award or Home Care Pulse, visit http://www.bestofhomecare.com or http://www.homecarepulse.com. Further information about No Place Like Home Senior Care can be found at http://www.NvNoPlaceLikeHome.com or by calling 775-392-2000.
Acclaimed chef Mark May joins David Walley’s
Executive chef May will oversee the menus, preparation and daily operations of David Walley’s fine-dining restaurant 1862 in Genoa, as well as Harriet’s Cafe and David Walley’s award-winning wedding and banquet cuisine.
“We are thrilled to welcome Mark May as our executive chef at David Walley’s,” said David Walley’s co-owner and Genoa resident Dawn Joyce. “His years of experience in the world’s finest restaurants and hotels will ensure that our restaurant and timeshare guests will experience the finest dining quality.”
Known for his signature “High Sierra Cuisine,” May is a fanatic for fresh ingredients and focuses on local, sustainable and often wild organic or foraged items.
“I am looking forward to building partnerships with the local growers here in Carson Valley. There is no more ideal venue for High Sierra Cuisine than 1862 David Walley’s Restaurant and Saloon,” said May.
A graduate of the University of Kentucky, May received the “Rising Star of American Cuisine” accolade from the James Beard Foundation and the “Great Chefs of Country Inns” for his work at L’Auberge de Sedona and Amelia’s Field Country Inn, where he was the chef/owner in his native Kentucky.
For David Walley’s reservations, call (775) 309-0722 or toll free at (888) 737-1862.
Norex wins U.S. contract
Norex Group of Carson City won a contract worth $53,415 to provide incandescent desk lights to the General Services Administration’s Southwest Supply Operations Center.
– Northern Nevada Business Weekly