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  • NEWS | Kind Human Placement

    Kind Human Senior Placement News Kind Human Senior Placement Service will find the perfect place for seniors to live in the San Antonio metropolitan area at NO COST to you. 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    Resources 24 Hour Care: In-home care provided for a continuous 24-hour period or full day. Also known as around the clock home care. ​ ADLs: Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) describe basic tasks essential for day-to-day functioning. These include bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, mobility and toileting. Aging In Place: The term “aging in place” refers to seniors who choose to remain in their home as they get older instead of moving to an independent or assisted living community. Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease and serious brain disorder that destroys memory and other important mental functions, including communication, behavior, and thinking. Arthritis: Arthritis is a general term used for conditions that cause joint pain, stiffness, swelling and other symptoms. There are over 200 conditions that affect joints, but the most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis. Care Plan (or Plan of Care): Care plans include tasks and goals to help caregivers provide the best physical, mental and emotional wellbeing care. This document describes the home care services needed and when the client would like to initiate care. Kind Human Senior Care develops a individualized and completely confidential Plan of Care for each client. ​ Care Team: A care team consists of a group of people committed to helping someone improve their physical, emotional and social wellbeing. This can include healthcare professionals, caregivers, family members, friends, spiritual advisors, social workers and others. Caregiver: Kind Human Senior Care caregivers provide companionship, personal care which can include assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, and other quality of life services. This can include mobility and safety assistance, help with meals and housekeeping, transportation to appointments and social events, as well as activities that encourage engagement, purpose. Change in Condition Monitoring: This term is a specific task caregivers perform that includes observing clients and recording/reporting signs of mental, physical or emotional changes in behavior. ​ Companion Care: Companion care, or companionship, provides seniors with non-medical support, including emotional support, friendship, and socialization. Common activities include conversation, mental stimulation (playing games, going for a walk, listening to music), meal prep, laundry and light housekeeping, grocery shopping and errands, transportation to appointments and social events, and reminders for hygiene and grooming. At Kind Human Senior Care, our caregivers also provide medication reminders and communication with a client’s loved ones. We also focus on activities that bring joy, provide mental stimulation and encourage physical and emotional wellbeing. Companion care is key to maintaining positive mental health and protecting against senior isolation and loneliness. Coronavirus: Also known as COVID-19, Coronavirus is a type of virus that causes mild to severe symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, breathing difficulty and more. Symptoms may be different depending on age and underlying health conditions. More information available from the CDC . End-of-Life Care: When a loved one is diagnosed with limited life expectancy, he or she often has a strong desire to spend the final days in the comfort of home. Kind Human Senior Care supports seniors and their loved ones by working with a hospice agency or medical provider to fully meet the family’s care needs. We will help care for your loved one, as well as assist around the house and provide the family with emotional and moral support. Home Care or In-Home Care: While in-home care can be used to describe both medical and non-medical care in the home, typically in-home care refers to non-medical care such as companionship, homemaking services and personal care. Home Health: Home health is a term used to describe skilled nursing care and other functions such as speech, physical or occupational therapy. Home Health Aide: Home health aide and caregiver are synonymous terms that can be used interchangeably. A Kind Human's home health aide can provide companionship, personal care which can include assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, and other quality of life services. This can include mobility and safety assistance, help with meals and housekeeping, transportation to appointments and social events, as well as activities that encourage engagement, purpose, connection and joy. Hospice Care: Hospice care provides specialized comfort care and family support for those with serious illness. In hospice care situations, medical professionals have stopped attempts to cure or treat the disease because of the advanced stage of illness. IADLs: Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) are those activities that are important in enhancing a client’s quality of life. IADLs include shopping, paying bills, household chores (cleaning, laundry), and meal preparation. Incontinence: Incontinence is defined as loss of bladder or bowel control. Ischemia: Ischemia is a cardiovascular condition restricting or reducing blood supply to the heart, resulting in decreased oxygen and blood flow. For more information, including details on silent ischemia, visit the American Heart Association. Live-in Care: Live-in care is the same as home care, but caregivers live at home with their clients. Memory Care: This is a distinct form of long-term care designed to meet the needs of a person with Alzheimer’s disease dementia or other types of memory problems. Mobility Assistance: Mobility assistance includes any activity to assist someone that needs help moving. MS: MS, or Multiple sclerosis, is a central nervous system disease in which the immune system eats away at the protective covering of the nerves. This can disrupt communication between the nerves and the brain. For more information, visit National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Myocardial Infarction: A myocardial infarction is another term for heart attack, or a blockage of blood flow to the heart. For more information, visit the American Heart Association. Palliative Care: Palliative care is treatment for seriously ill patients that includes medical care to manage pain and symptoms, as well as emotional and practical support. Palliative care teams can include doctors and nurses, social workers, nutritionists, spiritual advisors and in-home caregivers. During palliative care, healthcare professionals continue to try to cure the disease. Parkinson's Disease: Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects neurons in a specific area of the brain, resulting in issues with movement and often starts with tremors in one hand. For more information, visit Parkinson’s Foundation. Personal Care: Personal care is a broad term that supports basic personal hygiene and activities of daily living, including dressing, grooming, and toileting. Kind Human Senior Care trained caregivers assist with personal care needs ranging from stand-by assistance to full care depending on each client’s individual needs. This can include basic tasks, such as bathing, mobility assistance, incontinence and toileting care, preparing and serving meals, to more hands-on personal care including position changes for those clients that are bedbound and specialized care for those with memory issues or cognitive impairments, fall risk assessment and prevention, change in condition monitoring. Personal home care services can also include assistance with outings, social events, shopping trips, and other activities of interest to maintain engagement both physically and emotionally. Pneumonia: Pneumonia is lung inflammation caused by a bacterial or viral infection. Common symptoms include cough, fever, chills, and trouble breathing. Visit the American Lung Association for more information on pneumonia. Private Duty Nursing: Unlike traditional in-home care services, private duty nurses provide one-on-one skilled medical care. They are qualified to offer this care in the comfort of the patient's own home, or in a facility such as a hospital or nursing home. Private duty nurses are Registered Nurses (RNs) or Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs). Respite Care: Respite care is defined as the transfer of primary caregiving responsibilities to another person, typically a professional caregiver, relative or friend, in order for primary caregivers to receive temporary relief from caregiving responsibilities. Social Determinants of Health: The conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. They include factors like socioeconomic status, education, neighborhood, employment, social support networks and access to health care. Sundowners Syndrome: Also known as Sundown Syndrome or Sundowning Syndrome: Is a condition most often associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Sundowning typically occurs in the late afternoon or early evening, and can include a period of confusion, agitation, irritability, or restlessness. For some, it continues into the night and can make sleep difficult. TIA: Transient ischemic attack, or TIA, is a brief stroke-like attack that requires immediate medical attention. In some, TIA is a warning sign of a future stroke. For more information, visit the American Stroke Association. Transitional Care: home care for those transitioning home after a hospital stay, injury, procedure or rehabilitation facility. Transitional care can include transportation home and to follow up appointments, assistance with medication reminders, support for physician-prescribed exercise or diet programs, and other in-home care services. Read more about post-hospital care services available from Kind Human Senior Care. www.bevwo.com Navigating the Golden Years: The Vital Role of Senior Advocates in Supporting Our Elders - Bevwo As our loved ones age, they often face a myriad of challenges – from health concerns to navigating complex legal and financial matters. This transitional period can be overwhelming for both the elderly and their families, highlighting the crucial need for support systems tailored to their specific needs. Senior advocates emerge as invaluable allies during […] blogili.com The Essential Role of Senior Advocates for Our Aging Loved Ones As our loved ones advance in age, they often encounter numerous challenges, including health issues and navigating complex legal and financial matters. www.bpublic.com Compassionate Senior Care in San Antonio: Unveiling the Excellence of Kind Human Senior Care in home senior care San Antonio Texas kindhumanseniorcare.blogspot.com Kind Human Senior Care Kind Human Senior Care Blog remi-portrait.com Recognizing The Signs: When Your Elderly Parents Need Assistance The journey of aging often comes with its unique set of challenges and changes, and as adult children, it's essential for us to be attuned to the signs that www.blogneews.com Empathy in Every Step: Providing Compassionate In-Home Alzheimer’s Care by Kind Human Senior Care Kind Human Senior Care provides Compassionate In-Home Alzheimer's Care Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease presents unique challenges https://neighborhoodnews.com/CurrentNewsletters/SO_May24.e.pdf?mc_cid=ba32b4d5a2&mc_eid=de7b45788b https://www.prodigioushospices.com/about-us/ https://www.goldenhealthcenters.com/5-essential-medication-safety-tips-for-seniors/ www.recablog.com Providing Care for Elderly Loved Ones Battling Dementia and Alzheimer's - Reca Blog In the journey of life, few roles are as profound and meaningful as that of caregiver, especially when it comes to our elderly loved ones battling dementia medium.com Jon OMealey – Medium Read writing from Jon OMealey on Medium. Executive Director, Kind Human Senior Care. I’m the father of two amazing kids Ethan and Madison that have shown me what it means to live life as a Kind Human. www.pronosofts.com Aging in Place: Empowering Seniors to Thrive in Familiar Surroundings Aging is a natural part of life's journey, and as we grow older, our needs and priorities evolve. One crucial homeposts.net Understanding Breast Cancer In Seniors: Risks, Detection, And Treatment » As we age, our bodies undergo various changes, and health concerns become more prominent. Breast cancer is one such concern that affects women of all ages, www.fredeo.com Compassionate Senior Care in San Antonio: Unveiling the Excellence of Kind Human Senior Care Caring for elderly loved ones is a deeply personal journey, one that demands compassion, reliability, and a commitment to enhancing www.theblogism.com Managing Caregiver Guilt: Strategies for Prevention - The Blogism Caring for a loved one can be deeply rewarding, but it also comes with its challenges, including the all-too-common experience of caregiver guilt. Whether you're a family member providing care for a parent, spouse, or other loved one, feelings of guilt and overwhelm can often arise, making it difficult to maintain balance and self-care. https://ventsmagazine.com/2024/04/23/upholding-dignity-treating-and-providing-care-for-our-seniors/ www.teckfine.com Navigating Diabetes in Seniors: Understanding the Positive and Negative Effects and Embracing Healthy Habits Diabetes is a prevalent health condition that affects millions of seniors worldwide. While managing diabetes can present challenges, adopting healthy www.zebvoo.com Embracing Respite Care: A Lifeline for Seniors and Caregivers Caring for an elderly loved one can be a rewarding experience, but it also comes with its challenges and demands. www.bznewz.com Navigating Aging: 10 Common Concerns for Seniors and How to Address Them Holistically As we age, it's natural to encounter various physical, mental, and emotional challenges that can impact our overall well-being and https://www.postingtree.com/signs-your-aging-parents-may-need-assistance-a-guide-for-families/ uneebkhan.livepositively.com Nurturing the Nurturer: A Guide to Caring for the Caregiver In the realm of caregiving, the focus is often placed on the individual in need of assistance, overlooking the unsung heroes behind the scenes—the caregivers www.forbesposts.com Compassionate Senior Care In San Antonio: Unveiling The Excellence Of Kind Human Senior Care » Caring for elderly loved ones is a deeply personal journey, one that demands compassion, reliability, and a commitment to enhancing their quality of life. In www.facts-news.net Empowering The Golden Years: The Vital Role Of Senior Advocacy » The Importance of Senior Advocacy www.bevwo.com In Home Senior Care - Bevwo Caring for elderly loved ones is a deeply personal journey, one that demands compassion, reliability, and a commitment to enhancing their quality of life. In the heart of San Antonio, Kind Human Senior Care stands out as a beacon of exceptional caregiving services, dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate care for seniors. In this article, […] marketgit.com Navigating Sundowning: Understanding and Managing the Evening Agitation in Dementia In this blog post, we'll delve into the intricacies of sundowning, exploring its causes, symptoms, and practical strategies for caregivers to manage this challenging aspect of dementia care. www.ghubell.com Navigating the Journey: Caring for an Elderly Parent with Dementia Caring for an elderly parent with dementia is a journey that comes with unique challenges, requiring compassion, patience, and a www.startposts.com Depression in the Elderly: Understanding, Addressing, and Managing Mental Health Challenges Depression is a significant mental health challenge for many seniors, but with understanding, support, and effective interventions, kindhumanseniorcare.blogspot.com Kind Human Senior Care Kind Human Senior Care Blog sites.bubblelife.com Kind Human Senior Care We provide in home senior care in the metro San Antonio area. https://www.patreon.com/posts/aging-gracefully-100306787 www.kindhumanseniorcare.com RESOURCES | KIND HUMAN SENIOR CARE KIND HUMAN SENIOR CARE RESOURCES https://ownyourfuturetexas.org/downloads/long-term-kit-tool-kit.pdf

  • LIVING OPTIONS | Kind Human Placement

    Living Options Not sure how to compare options for senior living? Allow our Certified Senior Care Advisors to provide support for individuals and families in order to find the best options for their needs. Ask about our extensive knowledge of the San Antonio,Texas metropolitan area and we’ll outline comparisons of the best choices to provide you with a safe and comfortable senior living experience. The cost to you, or your loved one will always be; zero. That's right; we will never ask for a fee for using our services. Certified Senior Advisor, is a professional who not only understands the needs of our Seniors; they uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit of the Kind Humans they work with. Finding the right place for our loved ones can be overwhelming, allow our Certified Senior Advisors to assist you in the search for senior placement. ​ Ready to speak to your Certified Senior Advisor today Full Name* Email* Phone Number* Write a message Send

  • KIND HUMAN SENIOR PLACEMENT | SAN ANTONIO, TX

    FIND THE BEST SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY FOR YOUR KIND HUMAN Kind Human Senior Placement Service will find the perfect place for seniors to live in the San Antonio metropolitan area at NO COST to you. Does your elder loved one need an assisted living, personal care home, independent living, memory care, Alzheimer’s care, or a skilled nursing facility, We CAN HELP. Call Today (830)-253-0014 Personal Care Home A personal care home is a private residences that offer personal care services, assistance and supervision to four or more persons. Alzheimer's, Memory Care Memory care is specialized care for people living with the challenges of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Assisted Living In addition to the monthly cost for housing, which can range from a private or shared bedroom to a full apartment, these facilities usually provide the following services: Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, ambulating/transferring. Meals/snacks. Housekeeping and Laundry. Independent Living Independent living means housing arrangements designed to help elderly or disabled people to continue with the same freedoms as those who are younger or non-disabled To match your family with the best in class options available within your price range. To respect your family’s individual life circumstances, standards, and values. To design a plan for living distinctively associated with your needs in mind. To match your family with the best in class options available within your price range. To respect your family’s individual life circumstances, standards, and values. To design a plan for living distinctively associated with your needs in mind.

  • LOCATIONS | Kind Human Placement

    Locations Kind Human Senior Care takes great pride in offering Senior Placement Services in the great state of Texas. ​ All of our senior placement services are highly customized to meet each client’s individual needs. Whether you are looking for that respite care or your new forever home, our Kind Humans are here to help. Kind Human Senior Care strives to incorporate our Kind Human Culture by delving into resources for seniors provided in their local community to ensure every senior we serve remains active physically and socially. Kind Human Senior Advisors can help seniors with traverse the difficulties of finding that perfect home that will fit their needs. Kind Human Senior Care believes that our community benefits most when all its members are included, and work to make this a reality. Call Today (830)-253-0014 Alamo Heights, Texas Alamo Ranch, Texas Boerne, Texas Castle Hills, Texas Cibolo, Texas The Dominion, Texas Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas Helotes, Texas Hill County Village, Texas Hollywood Park, Texas Live Oak, Texas San Antonio,Texas Schertz, Texas Stone Oak, Texas

  • MEMORY CARE | Kind Human Placement

    Memory Care Memory care is specialized care for people living with the challenges of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Certified Senior Advisor, is a professional who not only understands the needs of our Seniors; they uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit of the Kind Humans they work with. Finding the right place for our loved ones can be overwhelming, allow our Certified Senior Advisors to assist you in the search for senior placement. Ready to speak to your Certified Senior Advisor today Full Name* Email* Phone Number* Write a message Send

  • INDEPENDENT LIVING | Kind Human Placement

    Independent Living Independent living means housing arrangements designed to help elderly or disabled people to continue with the same freedoms as those who are younger or non-disabled Certified Senior Advisor, is a professional who not only understands the needs of our Seniors; they uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit of the Kind Humans they work with. Finding the right place for our loved ones can be overwhelming, allow our Certified Senior Advisors to assist you in the search for senior placement. Ready to speak to your Certified Senior Advisor today Full Name* Email* Phone Number* Write a message Send

  • ASSISTED LIVING | Kind Human Placement

    Assisted Living In addition to the monthly cost for housing, which can range from a private or shared bedroom to a full apartment, these facilities usually provide the following services: Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, ambulating/transferring. Meals/snacks. Housekeeping and Laundry. Certified Senior Advisor, is a professional who not only understands the needs of our Seniors; they uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit of the Kind Humans they work with. Finding the right place for our loved ones can be overwhelming, allow our Certified Senior Advisors to assist you in the search for senior placement. Ready to speak to your Certified Senior Advisor today Full Name* Email* Phone Number* Write a message Send

  • PERSONAL CARE HOME | Kind Human Placement

    Personal Care Home A personal care home is a private residences that offer personal care services, assistance and supervision to four or more persons. Ready to speak to your Certified Senior Advisor today Full Name* Email* Phone Number* Write a message Send Certified Senior Advisor, is a professional who not only understands the needs of our Seniors; they uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit of the Kind Humans they work with. Finding the right place for our loved ones can be overwhelming, allow our Certified Senior Advisors to assist you in the search for senior placement.

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  • ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT | Kind Human Senior Placement

    Accessibility Statement At www.kindhumanseniorcare.com , we are committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people of all abilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone and applying the relevant accessibility standards. Conformance Status The www.kindhumanseniorcare.com website endeavors to conform to Level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. These guidelines outline best practices for making web content more accessible for individuals with disabilities. ​ Accessibility Features Here are some of the features we have implemented to ensure accessibility: ​ Alternative Text: We provide descriptive alternative text for images to ensure that screen readers can interpret visual content. ​ Keyboard Navigation: Our website is designed to be navigable using only a keyboard, ensuring that individuals who cannot use a mouse can still access all features and functionalities. Readable Fonts: We utilize readable fonts and appropriate font sizes to ensure that content is legible for users with visual impairments. Color Contrast: We maintain sufficient color contrast between text and background elements to improve readability for users with low vision or color blindness. Resizable Text: Users can adjust the text size using browser controls to enhance readability according to their preferences. Accessible Forms: We ensure that all form elements are properly labeled and structured for screen reader compatibility and ease of use. Video Accessibility: Where applicable, we provide captions and transcripts for video content to make it accessible to users who are deaf or hard of hearing. Consistent Navigation: Our website features a consistent navigation structure to facilitate ease of use and orientation for all users. Accessible Media Players: We utilize accessible media players that are compatible with screen readers and provide controls for keyboard navigation. Compliance Monitoring: We regularly monitor our website for accessibility compliance and address any identified issues promptly to maintain conformance with accessibility standards. ​ Feedback We welcome feedback on the accessibility of www.kindhumanseniorcare.com . If you encounter any accessibility barriers while using our website or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us via email: info@kindhumanseniorcare.com ​ Accessibility Statement Revision This accessibility statement was last updated on March 27,2024. We will review and update this statement regularly to ensure ongoing compliance with accessibility standards and best practices. ​ Conclusion At Kind Human Senior Care, we are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible online experience for all users. By implementing accessibility features and adhering to established guidelines, we strive to make our website usable and enjoyable for everyone, regardless of ability or disability. Thank you for visiting www.kindhumanseniorcare.com , and we appreciate your support in promoting digital accessibility for all.

  • PRIVACY POLICY | Kind Human Placement

    Privacy Policy This Privacy Policy explains how Kind Human Senior Care LLC. and its subsidiaries, ("Kind Human Senior Care", "we," “our,” "us") collect, use, and share Your information, including through Our digital properties on which this Privacy Policy is linked (“Site”). This Privacy Policy applies generally to the information We collect about You as a consumer, employee or contractor, prospective employee, member of the Network, prospective member of the Network, or about another person for whom You have the legal authority to represent, such as Your family member, friend, or client. (“You,” “Your,” “Yourself”). This policy is limited to data of US and Canadian residents only. Our international privacy policy may be accessed here. This Privacy Policy does not apply to any protected health information covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Privacy Act (“HIPAA”), and its implementing regulations. If your data is collected, used, or shared in connection with your employment or contracting with Kind Human Senior Care LLC, your data is also subject to the terms of all applicable employment policies, handbooks, rules, and agreements, which will control in the event of any conflict. ​ Notice of Collection of Personal Information We may collect the following categories of personal information: Identifiers Customer personal information under Texas Civ. Code Voluntarily provided information on personal characteristics of protected classes, Commercial information & financial information, Professional or employment-related information, Sensitive personal information, Website/Application interaction or similar network activity, Biometric Information Sensory data Health & Physical Characteristics, and Inferences drawn from the above. We collect this information so that we may: Communicate with you For administration of our business Anonymize Your data for further internal and external use in a manner that does not identify You Enhance security and preventing fraud or illegal activity Perform our contractual duties and obligations or enter into an agreement Verify and onboard home care partners on to the Kind Human Senior Care platform Ensure compliance with legal obligations Facilitate of online or platform interactions, (excluding use of web tracking technologies for targeted advertising) Care coordination & customer service, Provide educational resources/ learning management Identify and test business innovations Perform market research and analytics Advertise/market for employment, recruitment, products and Services We may share identifiers, customer personal information under Texas Civ. Code, commercial information, and Website/Application interaction or similar network activity for purposes of targeted advertising. We do not sell or share client health information. A more detailed description with examples is provided below in the Data We Collect, Data We Use and Data Sharing sections. We will retain and use Your Personal Information for as long as necessary to satisfy the purpose(s) for which it was collected and to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements. Once data is aggregated, de-identified, or anonymized, it may be retained for a longer period as permitted by law. Communications Consent By utilizing our Services or providing information about You, You acknowledge and consent to the terms of this Privacy Policy. You agree not to provide us with information about any other person unless You have that person’s consent or other legal authority. 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We will respond to Your request within 8 days or as otherwise required by law. Opting out of one form of communication does not mean You have opted out of other forms as well. For example, if You opt-out of receiving marketing emails, You may still receive marketing text messages if You have opted-in to receiving them. However, if You submit a general opt-out request on this Site, we will take action to unsubscribe You based upon the information provided. For example, if You provide Your name, email address, and phone number we will unsubscribe You from any lists linked to either Your name, email address or phone number. Managing Web Tracking Technologies Consent When You first visit our site, a banner will appear and request consent to our use of online technologies that are not necessary for the function of our site. Our site only uses such optional online technologies when You consent. If you accept the use of tracking technology, then a third party advertiser, search provider or ad network partner may collect information about Your activity on our website, on devices associated with You, and on third-party sites and applications to decide which ads You see both on our websites and applications and on third-party sites and applications. You may opt-in or opt-out of the placement of optional technology going forwards, at any time, via our Cookie Preferences using this link: Cookie Preferences ​ Browser Settings We generally use local storage ("LS") also referred to as HTML5 to store web content information and preferences. Third parties with whom we partner to provide certain features on our website or to display advertising based upon Your web browsing activity use local storage to collect and store information. Service providers that collect tracking data on our behalf may provide an opportunity for You to choose not to be tracked online. Various browsers may also offer their own management tools for removing HTML5 LS. You may be able to adjust Your settings to limit ad tracking (e.g. “Limit Ad Tracking” on iOS or “Opt Out of Interest-Based Ads'' or “Opt Out of Ads Personalization” on Android). You may also be able to control receipt of targeted advertising from many ad networks and partners; data exchanges; and marketing analytics and digital advertising and marketing service providers by visiting the Digital Advertising Alliance . If You are seeing one of our advertisements on a third-party site, such as a social media site, You may also have the option to opt-out of such behavioral advertising through that site’s preference settings. Even if You opt out of personalized advertising, You may still see ads based on factors such as Your general location derived from Your IP address, Your browser type, and Your search terms. Do Not Track Do Not Track is a web browser privacy preference that causes the web browser to broadcast a signal to websites requesting the user's activity that such activity will not be tracked. If You are using a “do not track” function on Your web browser, our cookie manager software will recognize this as an opt-out preference signal, such that we will not collect or share Personal Information we associate with your browser or device for purposes of targeted advertising. You may choose to enable online, where available, a universal tool that automatically communicates your opt-out preferences, such as the Global Privacy Control (“GPC”). You can also opt out of Google Analytics by installing Google’s opt-out browser add-on . We will process the GPC signal and Google’s opt-out browser add-on as a request to opt out. When we receive a do not track signal, your opt-out of web tracking technologies will be automatic. Data We Collect There are four main ways we collect personal information: 1. Data You Provide: Data You provide to Us; 2. Automated Data: Data collected through electronic/automated means; 3. Other Data Sources: Data from other sources (such as our service providers, Kind Human Senior Care LLC, or public sources). We may combine data You provide to us with automated data and from other data sources. For example, we may receive automated data about those accessing our Site and combine that with data You provide or Network data to assess and improve the quality of our Site and services by and on behalf of the Kind Human Senior LLC Network. Data You Provide We collect data You provide to Us when You use the Site or Our services, including communicating with Us over the telephone, email, SMS or completing a website form. This includes personal information, which identifies (whether directly or indirectly) a particular individual. Personal information You provide includes the types of data listed below (with examples). 1. Identifiers: name, postal address, phone number, or email address. 2. Customer Personal information under Texas Civ. Code. name, physical characteristics or description, address, telephone number, medical information, or health insurance information. 3. Personal characteristics of protected classes. Age, gender and other information voluntarily provided, such as marital status, medical diagnosis, physical or mental disability. 4. Commercial information. Records of Services obtained or considered, client payor sources, benefits, budgets or government payment sources and benefits information (Medicaid, Veteran’s Benefits, etc.) 5. Financial Information. Banking information, account numbers, routing numbers, revenue, royalties, payments, invoices, and expenses relative to the Network or employees. 6. Website/Application interaction or similar network activity–information You provide Us in our website contact forms, applications, or through any chat functionality. 7. Professional or employment-related information. We may receive employment-related information from applicants and employees, including: current and past employer name, positions held, physical demands of positions held, and wage information (where permitted); availability of reliable transportation; recruitment information, qualifications, references, information contained in Your resume/CV/cover letter or as part of application process; employment data such as dates of service, promotions, leaves; location of employment and workplace, job titles, work history, experience working with specific health conditions, work hours, licensure and certification, professional memberships; termination records, correspondence between us and You; Your membership in public service, including military (where applicable to the administration of benefits); and performance record. 8. Sensitive Information. Information that reveals a social security, driver’s license, state identification card, or passport number; an account log-in, financial account, debit card, or credit card number in combination with any required security or access code, password, or credentials allowing access to an account, precise geolocation, racial or ethnic origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, and the contents of a consumer’s mail, email, and text messages; and information collected and analyzed concerning a consumer’s health. 9. Website/Application interaction or similar network activity–information You provide Us in our website contact forms, applications or through any chat functionality. 10. Biometric Information. Genetic, physiological, behavioral, and biological characteristics, or activity patterns used to extract a template or other identifier or identifying information, such as fingerprints, face prints, and voiceprints, iris or retina scans, keystroke, gait, or other physical patterns, and health data that can be used to identify an individual. 11. Sensory data. Audio or similar information, such as recording phone calls for quality assurance. 12. Health & Physical Characteristics. Medical conditions, diagnosis, care needs, and other similar information You provide. Automated Data As is true of most websites, we gather certain information about Your Site and web usage, patterns and location. We, our affiliates, and third-party vendors/service providers use technologies such as cookies, flash cookies, pixels, tags, scripts, software development kits, application program interfaces, and web beacons. These technologies may be used for many purposes including, for example, to: Provide useful features to simplify Your experience when You return to or navigate our Site (for example, remembering the contact information You entered so You don’t need to re-enter it) Deliver relevant content and advertising based on Your preferences, usage patterns and location; Monitor, evaluate, and optimize the use and operation of our sites and applications; and Analyze traffic on our sites and on the sites of third parties. We may receive reports from our third-party vendors/service providers based on the use of these technologies that contain personal information, aggregate information, or anonymous information. Personal information we may automatically collect includes the types of data listed below (with examples). 1. Identifiers: online identifier, Internet Protocol (IP) address, or unique device identifiers. 2. Site interaction or similar network activity–interaction with the Site or advertisements including logs and session data, and browser, network, device and operating system information. We may also track the site You visited prior to our Site or what site You visit when You leave us. 3. Sensitive Personal Information-Geolocation data–Physical location, such as country or state from which You access the Site. This may include precise geolocation data. Network Data Personal information we may access from the Network includes the types of data listed below (with examples). 1. Identifiers. name, postal address, phone number, or email address. 2. Customer Personal information under Texas Civ. Code. name, physical characteristics or description, address, telephone number, medical information, or health insurance information. 3. Personal characteristics of protected classes. Age, gender and other information voluntarily provided, such as marital status, medical diagnosis, physical or mental disability. 4. Commercial information. Records of products or services purchased, obtained, or considered, insurance payor sources and benefits, private payment sources and budgets, or government payment sources and benefits information (Medicaid, Veteran’s Benefits, etc.) 5. Sensitive Personal Information. Information that reveals a social security, driver’s license, state identification card, or passport number; an account log-in, financial account, debit card, or credit card number in combination with any required security or access code, password, or credentials allowing access to an account, precise geolocation, racial or ethnic origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, the contents of a consumer’s mail, email, and text messages, and information collected and analyzed concerning a consumer’s health. 6. Health & Physical Characteristics. Medical conditions, diagnosis, care needs, and other similar information You provide. 7. Financial Information. Banking information, account numbers, routing numbers, revenue, royalties, payments and invoices. Other Data Sources We may also collect Personal Information from other sources (such as our service providers, including lead generation services, or public sources). Personal information we collect from other sources includes the types of data listed below (with examples). 1. Identifiers. name, postal address, phone number, or email address. 2. Customer Personal information under Texas Civ. Code. name, physical characteristics or description, address, telephone number, medical information, or health insurance information. 3. Personal characteristics of protected classes. Age, gender and other information You choose to provide, such as marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability. 4. Commercial information. Records of products or services purchased, obtained, or considered, insurance payor sources and benefits, private payment sources and budgets, or government payment sources and benefits information (Medicaid, Veteran’s Benefits, etc.) 5. Professional or employment-related information. We may have access to employment-related information of Our employees or applicants, including: current and past employer name, positions held, physical demands of positions held, and wage information (where permitted); availability of reliable transportation; recruitment information, qualifications, references, information contained in Your resume/CV/cover letter or as part of application process; employment data such as dates of service, promotions, leaves; location of employment and workplace, job titles, work history, experience working with specific health conditions, work hours, licensure and certification, professional memberships; termination records, correspondence between us and You; Your membership in public service, including military (where applicable to the administration of benefits); and performance record. 6. Sensitive Personal Information. Information that reveals a social security, driver’s license, state identification card, or passport number; an account log-in, financial account, debit card, or credit card number in combination with any required security or access code, password, or credentials allowing access to an account, precise geolocation, racial or ethnic origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, and the contents of a consumer’s mail, email, and text messages; and information collected and analyzed concerning a consumer’s health. 7. Biometric Information. Genetic, physiological, behavioral, and biological characteristics, or activity patterns used to extract a template or other identifier or identifying information, such as fingerprints, face prints, and voiceprints, iris or retina scans, keystroke, gait, or other physical patterns, and health data that can be used to identify an individual. 8. Site interaction or similar network activity. Information You provide for Us in any third-party contact form or chat functionality. 9. Sensory data. Audio or similar information, such as recording phone calls for quality assurance. 10. Health & Physical Characteristics. Medical conditions, diagnosis, care needs, and other similar information. 11. Financial Information. Banking information, account numbers, routing numbers, revenue, royalties, payments and invoices. Data Use For each type of data we collect, we use such Personal Information for the business purposes set forth below: 1. Communicating with You–For example, we may use client personal information to respond to an online or phone inquiry. 2. Verify and enhance quality of products and Services–For example, we may use data about caller inquiries, perform surveys or gather feedback to continuously improve the experience of those seeking Network services or employment. 3. Administration of our business–For example, we may use your personal information for customary business functions like obtaining legal and tax advice, obtaining payment, audits, or for HR functions like applicant reviews, provision of offer letters, onboarding, payroll, reports, complaints, compensation reviews, and performance management. 4. Anonymizing Your data for further internal and external use in a manner that does not identify You–For example, we may aggregate and de-identify data for analysis of survey results and related insights. 5. Enhancing security and preventing fraud or illegal activity–For example, we may use personal information to verify your identity when you submit a data request. 6. Performing our contractual duties and obligations or entering into an agreement–For example, we may use personal information to enter into and administer a franchise agreement. 7. Ensuring compliance with legal obligations–For example, employment laws may require us to collect and maintain employee payroll records or other documentation. 8. Facilitation of online interactions–For example, we may use web tracking technologies to improve your user experience on our websites. 9. Franchise Client Lead Management, Engagement & Customer Service–For example, we may collect inquiries on behalf of the Network via our website. 10. Providing educational resources/ learning management–For example, we may document employee orientations and training for the purposes of confirming compliance with our requirements, payroll or compliance with regulatory requirements. 11. Identifying and testing business innovations–For example, we may receive data from franchisees that pilot business innovations. 12. Market research and analytics–For example, we may use Personal Information about employees to determine where we should focus future recruitment and advertising efforts. 13. Advertising/marketing for brand promotion, employment, recruitment, products and services–For example, if you accept cookies on our website, we may use Personal Information to determine the effectiveness of our advertising. 14. Network event planning and coordination–For example, we may host training events for the franchise Network and require information in order to coordinate and communicate about the event. ​ We may use the information we collect about You in other ways, which we will tell You about at the time we collect it or before we begin using it for those other purposes. In certain instances You will have an opportunity to limit our uses at the time Your Personal Information is collected. You may also have the right to request deletion of Your data, depending upon Your state of residence, as provided below. Public Sharing You may post public testimonials, comments, feedback, or reviews on our Site, through a third-party site or one of our service providers. When You post, or authorize posting, such information publicly You understand that such information is no longer subject to this Privacy Policy and consent to Us posting Your testimonial along with Your name. Data Sharing We may disclose Personal Information to third-parties for business purposes as follows: 1. Network & Affiliates. We may share the following categories of Personal Information with our Network and affiliates: identifiers, customer personal information under Texas Civ. Code, commercial information, financial information, professional or employment-related information, Website/Application interaction or similar network activity, and Health & Physical Characteristics. We may disclose such Personal Information for the purposes of: communicating with You, to verify and enhance quality of products and Services, administration of our business, anonymizing Your data for further internal and external use in a manner that does not identify You, enhancing security and preventing fraud or illegal activity, performing our contractual duties and obligations or entering into an agreement, ensuring compliance with legal obligations, facilitation of online interactions, franchise client lead management, engagement & customer service, providing educational resources/ learning management, identifying and testing business innovations, franchisor brand management, standards, and network support, and administration of our social purpose mission. We may also share sensitive personal information concerning a consumer’s health, to the extent reasonably necessary for our Network or Affiliates to coordinate care, provide services, and verify and enhance the quality of Network services. 2. Third-Party Service Providers We may share all categories Personal Information collected with service providers, who have entered into an agreement to only process data on our behalf and not sell or share the data. We may disclose such Personal Information for the purposes of: communicating with You, to verify and enhance quality of products and Services, administration of our business, anonymizing Your data for further internal and external use in a manner that does not identify You, enhancing security and preventing fraud or illegal activity, performing our contractual duties and obligations or entering into an agreement, ensuring compliance with legal obligations, facilitation of online or platform interactions, franchise client lead management, engagement & customer service, providing educational resources/ learning management, identifying and testing business innovations, market research and analytics, qualification of prospective franchise owners or master franchise principals, network event planning and coordination, franchisor brand management, standards, and network support, and administration of our social purpose mission. 3. Legal and Administrative Authorities, Officials and Courts We may disclose all categories of Personal Information where we believe it is necessary to comply with the law in special cases when we have reason to believe that disclosing this Personal Information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may have breached our Terms of Use or who may be causing (whether intentionally or unintentionally) injury to or interference with our rights or property, other website users, or anyone else who could be harmed by such activities. We may also disclose Personal Information to law-enforcement personnel and agencies when requested to do so, as required by law, such as to comply with a subpoena. We may also disclose Personal Information to public health authorities as required by law. Such disclosures may include sensitive personal information to the extent reasonably necessary and proportionate to accomplish the legally permitted purpose of disclosure. 4. Business Transfers. We may disclose any category of Personal Information as part of any merger, acquisition, debt financing, sale of company assets, or other business transaction, or in the event of an insolvency, bankruptcy, or receivership in which information is transferred to one or more third parties as one of our business assets, provided that we inform such third parties that they must use Your Personal Information only for the purposes disclosed in this Privacy Policy. Disclosures will only include Personal Information to the extent reasonably necessary and proportionate to accomplish the legally permitted purpose of disclosure. We may disclose or share Personal Information to third-parties for commercial purposes as follows: 5. Third-party Vendors We may share the following categories of Personal Information with third-party vendors who do not process data solely on our behalf or utilize the data for targeted advertising: identifiers, customer personal information under Texas Civ. Code, commercial information, and Website/Application interaction or similar network activity. We may disclose Personal Information to such vendors for the purposes of: communicating with You and advertising/marketing for brand promotion, employment, recruitment, products and services. You have the ability to opt-out of such sharing, as outlined in the Consumer Consent and Choices section. Disclosure to such third-party vendors may be considered a “sale” or “sharing” of personal information under state law. We do not provide Your data to third parties in exchange for financial gain. However, Texas law defines the “sale” or “sharing” of information as including any disclosure for use in targeted marketing. We may otherwise disclose Your Personal Information to third-parties with Your consent or at Your direction, where permitted or required by law. We do not use or disclose sensitive personal information of Texas residents for purposes other than those specified in regulation as not requiring the ability of consumers to limit use. Links to Other Websites and Social Media Our Site may offer links to websites that are not run by us but by third parties. If You visit one of these linked websites, Any information You give to those organizations is subject to their privacy policy, terms and conditions, and other policies. We are not responsible for the policies and practices of third parties. You understand and agree that by clicking on a link to a third party site You have left the Site, and this Privacy Policy is no longer in effect. We may maintain profiles or accounts with various third-party social media providers, which may include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube. While our collection, use, and disclosure of information obtained through the Social Media Properties and/or the Features is governed by this Privacy Policy to the same extent as information gathered through the Site, the information third-party social media providers collect or access through Your use of the Social Media Properties is governed by such third-party’s privacy policy. We encourage You to review the social media provider’s privacy policy before interacting with a Social Media Property and/or Feature. The Site may offer publicly accessible blogs. You should be aware that any information You provide in these areas may be read, collected, and used by others who access them. You may contact Us to request removal of Your Personal Information from any blog we maintain. In some cases, we may not be able to remove Your Personal Information, in which case we will let You know if we are unable to do so and why. Security In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure we have put in place reasonable security measures, including physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure Your Personal Information. We use standard Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates to secure pages used for inputting users' Personal Information. However, unless we expressly advise You otherwise, the functionality on our Site does not provide a means for completely secure and private communications between us. Due to the open communication nature of the Internet, we cannot guarantee that communications between us will be free from unauthorized access by third parties. If You believe that the Personal Information You have provided us has been compromised, or if You become aware of a potential security vulnerability in our Platform, please contact us using the contact Information provided below. International Visitors This Site is hosted in the United States and is intended only for United States and Canadian visitors. This website is not intended for users located in other countries, including those within the European Economic Area. Please be aware that Your personal information may be transferred to and maintained on servers or databases located outside Your state, province or country and that such information is processed and stored in the United States. By providing Your personal information, You confirm Your consent to having such personal data hosted and accessed in the United States. Guidelines for Children We do not specifically collect information about children nor market our and our Network's products or services to children. We have no reason to believe that the Site will attract children, or that children will access the Site or provide Personal Information.n your state’s privacy law. We will not unlawfully discriminate against You because You exercised any of Your rights under applicable state privacy law. ​ Exercising State-Specific Privacy Rights Request Form To exercise your state-specific privacy rights, you may submit an online Privacy Request Form or call us as indicated below in the “Contact Us ” section. You may use the same form to appeal our decision regarding a request related to your rights under Virginia law, if applicable. To submit a request to opt out of the sale or sharing of your personal information, you may click on the link “Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information ” on the footer of our websites. In the alternative, you may choose to enable online a universal tool that automatically communicates your opt-out preferences, such as the Global Privacy Control (“GPC”). We will process the GPC signal as a request to opt out as outlined in the Consumer Consent and Choices section above. Verification Process To protect Your privacy, we will verify Your identity prior to responding to a request for data. The request form will require some initial contact information that we will compare against our records. Upon submission of the form You will be required to confirm Your request via email. You may receive an email from “On Behalf of Our Privacy Team” to which You must respond in order to verify Your identity and access our response(s). If You request disclosure of specific pieces of personal information, we may take additional steps as permitted or required by law. For example, we may call You to verify Your request, in addition to matching at least three pieces of personal information You provide with information we maintain, and require a signed declaration, under penalty of perjury, that You are requesting Your own personal information. Please note that state law may prohibit us from disclosing highly sensitive information in response to a request, including Your: social security number, driver’s license number or other government-issued identification number, financial account number, any health insurance or medical identification number, an account password, security questions and answers, or unique biometric data generated from measurements or technical analysis of human characteristics. We will, however, inform You if we have collected such information and identify the type of information with sufficient particularity. If an authorized agent is submitting on Your behalf, we will require submission of either 1) a written authorization, signed by You, that authorizes that agent to make the specific request on Your behalf; or 2) other valid legal authorization. Any personal information collected from You in connection with verification of Your request will be used solely for the purposes of verification. Contact Information If You have any questions about this Privacy Policy, the practices of the Site, or Your dealings with the Site, please contact us via the following methods: Kind Human Senior Care LLC Attn: Administrator 702 Donaldson Ave STE 201 San Antonio, Texas 78201 1.830.253.0014 We will not retaliate against any person for filing a privacy complaint. Your privacy and confidence in our abilities is of utmost importance to us. Policy Updates This Privacy Policy may change from time to time. This Privacy Statement is in effect as of the date above. If we change this policy, we will post the revised version here and change the “effective date” to show the date from which the new policy will apply. We may also contact You directly where we deem appropriate to do so under applicable law. If you object to any changes, you must cease using the Services immediately. We encourage You to check here regularly for the most up-to-date version. Accountability Responsibility for our privacy management program and this Privacy Policy rests with designated individuals and an appointed privacy officer. Under Canadian law, we remain responsible for Personal Information that We have transferred to a third party for processing and must use contractual or other means to provide a comparable level of protection. We also have systems in place to respond to requests from individuals with respect to their Personal Information.

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