Bridgeport business makes comeback after the pandemic

The owner, Sharnette Nola Joyner, said they offer everything from home care to scrubs to wheelchair-van services.

Nicole Alarcon Soares

Oct 24, 2023, 2:30 AM

Updated 210 days ago

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A Bridgeport business that partially shut down during the pandemic is back up and running at full speed.
The owner of Hand-to-Hand Home Care & Transportation said the company employs 70 people and is currently hiring.
The owner, Sharnette Nola Joyner, said they offer everything from home care to scrubs to wheelchair-van services.
Joyner said she's looking to hire and sign up seniors who need non-medical care and transportation.
"It's amazing. We love the fact that we're just able to help the elderly, the seniors, and the disabled. We want them to be able to live their best life, especially because it's their last years and they're going through different changes,” Joyner said. “We don't want them to be unable to get where they need to be, go places they want. We don't want them to be limited just based on their disability."
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