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Chinital Mehta’s ‘Soul Caring’ comes to Devon

September 09
03:00 2014
Devon Ave facility of Care For Soul Home Care facility

Devon Ave facility of Care For Soul Home Care facility

CHICAGO: Care For Soul home care services run by a Gujarati businesswoman has now come to mini-India town on Devon Avenue to serve elderly, sick ,disabled and needy persons of Indian-Pakistani and other communities.

Launched three years ago in Skokie by Chinital Mehta and then moved to Niles (both suburbs of Chicago), Care For Services got rave reviews from its clients for the services rendered. This emboldened Chintal to enter another Chicagoland city, Hanover Park. The expected successes at Devon might trigger further expansion to a few other locations, she said

“We do not only care for physical needs but seek to make our clients emotionally happier too with our personalized care. This is one of the reasons besides the overall quality services that we are having good feed back, triggering expansion,” she said in a talk to this paper.

Holding a Masters degree in commerce from Gujarat University with good computer skills as an additional asset, Chintal had moved to this country in 1999 and worked as an office assistant with an adult care and home career facility in Chicago for over ten years. She had that typical Gujarati trait of entrepreneurship and she yearned to start her own independent business in this country right since the day she landed.

Her dream came true when she was beset with some personal problem impacting her job.

It is then she decided that the time had come to launch her own business and thus came Care For Soul, “a meaningful name reflecting our basic mission for those in need,” she said.

Her good educational background buttressed with hefty practical experience stood her in good stead and she has not looked back from the day she had her own facility started. She said she was looking for opportunities to take this facility to other suburbs of Chicagoland as well. She has twenty plus administrative staff and 300 plus field workers to help meet the client needs.

She is happy that she finally got a chance to give back to the community at large.

“I did not only want to ensure that the sick, disabled and needy seniors got physical help at home but also that they are emotionally getting better and happier. This induced me to select a more meaningful name – Care For Soul – and our more personalized approach has been paying good dividend with happy and ever increasing client base,” she said.

Ramesh Soparawala
India Post News Service



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