The Atlanta Business Chronicle awarded CaraVita Home Care as one of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work for 2012. This award is given yearly to the top small, medium and large businesses to work for in Atlanta.
The Best Places to Work award was given by the Atlanta Business Chronicle at the Georgia Aquarium Ballroom on September 14.
Since founding CaraVita in 1998, Beth Cayce has continued to follow her heart to create a more independent atmosphere for seniors struggling to remain independent at the home. Beth Cayce was announced as the North Fulton Chamber of Commerce winner of the 2012 Small Business Person of the Year and is excited for another opportunity for her business to shine as one of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work for 2012. Cayce is heavily involved in the community and serves as board member for both Georgia Watch and Care to Learn Intl, the Management Agent for both The Springs at Simpsonville Assisted Living Community and Woodland Ridge Assisted Living Community.
“I am very excited to see CaraVita named one of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work in 2012,” said Cayce. “This is such an honor, not just for me, but also for the administration and caregivers. All of the programs, plans and care for seniors would not be possible without the tireless commitment and compassion from the CaraVita administration and caregivers. It’s all about working together to make a difference in the lives of seniors’ that makes CaraVita such a great place to come to work each day.”