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Serving Salt Lake City and Entire Wasatch Front

Posted by Jordan Snedaker on Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Beehive Senior Care's headquarters are based in Salt Lake City, UT. Although they are based in SLC they have loving and caring caregivers located all along the Wasatch Front including Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, and Utah counties. Where ever a need is present Beehive will do it's best to match the best caregiver for every client. Matching personalities plays a vital role in the the client assessment, when Jordan meets with family to assess the physical needs he also looks at the emotional needs along with personality traits. After the assessment,matching a caregiver with the qualified skill set as well as a matching the personalities is crucial for success. Often times when the personalities both match between the client and caregiver both parties benefit and it is a win win situation. This is the goal for every case and if there is a personality conflict Beehive wont stop working until they find the right fit even if it take more than one try.
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Jordan Snedaker was born and raised in the Salt Lake Valley and graduated from West Jordan High School. After High School he served a full time mission for his church to Malaga, Spain where he learned the joy that comes from serving and helping others in need. Jordan is a graduate from Utah State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. Jordan began his career in the healthcare industry working for a leading medical supply manufacturer and distributor in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. While working for this company he provided medical supplies to long term care facilities, hospitals, and doctor’s offices. During his tenure in the healthcare industry he realized the joy that comes from providing care for those in need. From a dream of helping others, he realized that he needed to pursue his passion in Home Care. He immediately decided to begin working for a nationally recognized home care agency, during his tenure at the a

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