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Having moved three times over the past year, Charleston resident Randy Rhea knows how difficult it can be for people to get acquainted and familiar with their new community or neighborhood. The Atlanta native relocated to Augusta, Ga., in July 2011 and recently packed up again to move to Charleston. His first-hand experience of trying to navigate new cities was the impetus behind purchasing Charleston’s Welcomemat Services, a marketing strategies and technology company that specializes in providing monthly direct-mail packages to new movers to help them get acclimated to their surroundings. Rhea formerly worked as a commercial real estate agent …
Couple relocates to Charleston, open successful ComForcare Senior Services
After almost 4 years in South Carolina, Richard and Helene Glassman, owners of ComForcare Senior Services— a private-duty, non-medical home care service for seniors and others in need of assistance— have made an impact on their community. The husband and wife team moved to Charleston from Michigan in 2008 to open ComForcare to help care for people who don’t have family available or nearby.
The Glassmans felt drawn to open ComForcare after using the home care services for Helene’s aunt when she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s several years earlier. With Richard’s past business experience and Helene’s background in physical therapy and care giving, ComForcare seemed like a natural fit.