After researching opportunities to go into business for themselves, husband and wife Randy & Shelley Allison discovered an opportunity to join the ranks of the Nation's longest operating Healthcare franchise network, Interim HealthCare (www.interimhealthcare.com). And when they learned they could establish an office in their own hometown of La Verne, Ca, it wasn't long before the Allison's opened their doors as the proud owners of Interim HealthCare of San Gabriel Valley.
Prior to Interim, collectively the Allison's represent over 30 years serving clients in the Senior Living and Nursing industry. Shelley earned her RN, BSN from Baylor University in Texas where she worked as a Nurse in hospitals, a prison, schools and in what she considers her personal calling, Home health.
"What I do best and most enjoy is caring for people in their homes when they are in a time of need. I leave all that business stuff to Randy. Making sure our clients and their families have assurance and peace of mind is important to me." says Shelley.
After a successful career in Technology Consulting, Randy made the choice to finally pursue his passion of working with seniors. As a Senior Living Sales and Marketing professional, Randy has provided important counsel to seniors and their families on topics and issues pertaining to life changing decisions. Seeking to further enhance his knowledge and value to those he serves, Randy recently achieved the distinction of becoming a Certified Senior Advisor.
"Our Business is Personal"
Randy & Shelley Allison consider it a blessing and honor to be part of their community as small business owners. But beyond the numbers, they hold that Interim Healthcare of San Gabriel Valley will only be as successful as their ability to understand and engage both clients and employees in ways that are personally meaningful.
"I can clearly see where the practice of establishing dividing lines between business and personal matters is advisable. But when reflecting upon our own lives and what brought us to this place of becoming small business owners, Shelley and I found that whether private or professional, we have been most fulfilled when we are able to understand and assist people at their very deepest level of personal need. For us, our business is personal."