Chris Dobbin on Nova Leap Health’s focus on dementia care
“Dementia care is very important to us. In some of our agencies, upward of 75% of our clients have some form of dementia. After we make an acquisition, we bring a very specific dementia training program to that agency. We train our senior people, they get certified through a third party and then they train all of our caregivers and we pay our caregivers to take that training. It has a tremendous impact both on retention of our caregivers and also directly to the families that we provide service to.” States Chris Dobbin, President and CEO of Nova Leap Health Corp. (TSXV: NLH), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky.
Chris went on to provide an update on Nova Leap’s expansion into South Central USA with an acquisition in Oklahoma. He said that the company has been very successful in New England and saw an opportunity in a home care business in Oklahoma. Nova Leap considers the acquisition to be a meaningful investment in a new geographic area that it intends to expand upon. Chris also said that Nova Leap has announced record financial results for the third quarter and has seen nine consecutive quarters of revenue growth. The company has made two meaningful acquisitions at the beginning of the fourth quarter and expects to deliver a record revenue growth going forward.
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