Local Franchisee To Aid Home Care Industry Through Advocacy and Education
Caring Senior Service, a national senior homecare company, is proud to announce that one of its franchisees, Bill Archinal, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the National Private Duty Association (NPDA). Archinal will serve a three year term on the board educating caregivers and home care companies while advocating for the industry at a national level.
Archinal started his own home care agency in 2001, which was later purchased by Caring Senior Service in 2007. He worked at the corporate level of the company in San Antonio for two and half years before returning to Amarillo as a franchisee. With extensive experience on all levels of the home care industry, Bill will join forces with the NPDA to promote beneficial legislation for caregivers, clients and the agency members.
“I am honored to be elected to such a prestigious association within the industry. I am confident that my time with Caring Senior Service has helped prepare me for these next three years,” said Bill Archinal, Franchisee and owner of Caring Senior Service of Amarillo. “During my term I would like to bring the issues surrounding home care such as the dangers of the independent contractor model of some companies and lack of licensing in some states to the forefront of discussions surrounding the industry to hopefully make a lasting impact.”
“We are so proud of Bill. He has been such a wonderful supporter of the industry and will make a great addition to the NPDA,” said Jeff Salter, founder and CEO of Caring Senior Service. “We are excited to see the amazing things he will accomplish within the organization over the next three years.