Neal Shah has experienced firsthand the stormy world of caring for family members with health crises. He couldn’t stop thinking that there must be a better way to help people with home care.
Much of the home care he found was expensive, inconvenient, and of uneven quality. It was difficult to find quality help for services such as companionship, cooking meals, and doing light housework.
“Not to offend anyone,” Shah says, “but the home care industry is really broken.”
So the former Wall Street hedge-fund manager made an abrupt career change by founding CareYaya, an online registry that offers...