Family Business PROFILES SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
“We’re more like a friend than an agency,” says Alex Petukhov of Best Senior Care.
“Building trust with families is essential as most seniors are naturally hesitant to invite a
caregiver in their home, much less help them shower. Our strategic approach is success-
ful even with the most anxious of seniors and their adult children.”
Offering a compassionate alternative to retirement homes, Best Senior Care helps
seniors live confidently and age gracefully in the comfort of their own home. Since 2002,
they have been building special life-long relationships with clients and their families.
“We’re a trusted company you can depend on,” says Petukhov. “Your satisfaction is our
Working with a true family owned and operated company has many perks. “All com-
munication is open, direct and productive, with no bureaucracy to get in the way of
solutions,” says Petukhov. “As a private company with an A+ BBB rating, we avoid high
franchise fees our competitors pay, and therefore we’re able to offer the most competitive
rates to our clients.”
Best Senior Care offers phone consultations and free in-home assessments for
seniors or any individuals whose circumstances require assistance to avoid moving to
a care facility. There are no fixed plans or packages, but each client has an individually
tailored care plan to meet their specific needs. Caregivers can assist for a few hours a
day or deliver 24-hour care, as needed.
Caregivers are chosen carefully. Most have worked in hospitals, assisted living homes or
skilled nursing facilities and are certified nursing assistants. Supervised by registered nurses
and thoroughly assessed, their backgrounds and references are excellent. It’s a multicultural
staff and all are fluent in English. The company is fully licensed, bonded and insured.
17830 New Hampshire Ave., Suite 302
Ashton, MD 20861
Alex Petukhov, Shannon Petukhov, MD, and daughter Julia
BEST SENIOR CARE
“Building trust with the family
is essential as most seniors
are naturally hesitant to invite
a caregiver in their home,
much less help them shower.”