Home health provider Honor has expanded its services and opened two education and resource centers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The Silicon Valley-based startup matches home care professionals with those needing care via an app. Through its digital platform users can put in their non-medical care needs or those of their loved ones and schedule times for the home care professionals to visit.
Services offered by the Honor home care professionals include transportation, meal preparation and grocery shopping, bathing and dressing, and housekeeping.
The Honor Care at Home locations inside two Wal-Mart Supercenters in North Richland Hills and Arlington, will offer consultations on home health care and opportunities to test out the app.
“This is an exciting opportunity for Honor to work with the world’s largest retail company to offer families access to information about high-quality home care as well as ways to help Dallas-Fort Worth residents grow older in their own homes with joy, comfort, and grace,” said Honor CEO and Co-founder Seth Sternberg in a release.
Sternberg told Business Insider recently that Honor has become “the largest home care provider in the San Francisco Bay area,” since its initial launch in 2015.
The startup raised $42 million in Series B funding in August bringing its total raised funds to $62 million, according to Business Insider.
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