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Owners sell home care business

June 1, 2016
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St. Joseph-based Home Sweet Home In-Home Care says art and storytelling can help caregivers connect with seniors with Alzheimer's. Photo via

The owners of a home care company in the region have sold their business to a competitor in the market.

Home Sweet Home In-Home Care said last week that it has acquired Ability In-Home Care in a move that will enhance its services.

Both companies are located in St. Joseph and serve southwest Michigan.

Ability In-Home Care will now operate as Home Sweet Home In-Home Care.

Home Sweet Home In-Home Care said that with decades of combined in-home care experience, the joint teams will help seniors realize a “better quality of life” in the “comfort of home.”

Ability In-Home Care was owned by Eric Stoub and Gil Logan and provided home care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care and recuperative care to seniors and families.

Eric Pumfery, CEO and executive director, and Joseph Najacht, COO and director of care operations, operate Home Sweet Home In-Home Care.

The company offers several home care services for seniors: companion and personal care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, safety and technology.

“This acquisition further enhances our ability to provide better and more comprehensive support to the seniors of our community, as well as to their families,” Pumfery said.

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