What does it cost to use Driving Miss Daisy?

What does it cost to use Driving Miss Daisy?

Driving Miss Daisy charges based on the total amount of time spent with the customer. In May’s case, that’s $21 a day for a drop off and a drive home from his day program. In total, it costs the family $300 a month.

Do Driving Miss Daisy drivers get paid?

Driving Miss Daisy derives its revenue from the sale of new franchises ( $20,000 to $26,000 per franchise), and from a continuing monthly fee paid by each franchisee. Turnover now exceeds $500,000 a year. All franchise holders are carefully screened, trained in the Hawke’s Bay and require a special licence.

Is Driving Miss Daisy expensive?

But Driving Miss Daisy is expensive isn’t it? No, Driving Miss Daisy prices are affordable. Driving Miss Daisy services are calculated on the needs of the client and we suggest you give us a call for a quote.

What is the subject of Driving Miss Daisy?

The play won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for drama. It is the story of a friendship that develops over a 25-year period between Daisy Werthan, an elderly Jewish widow living in Atlanta, and Hoke Coleburn, the African American chauffeur her son hires for her.

Is Driving Miss Daisy a franchise?

Our franchises are an opportunity for people to own and operate a small business within the community they live in. Driving Miss Daisy provides guidance and support through our franchise system. Each Franchise Owner is supported and guided through the established business systems.

How long is the play Driving Miss Daisy?

99 minutes

Driving Miss Daisy
Release date December 15, 1989
Running time 99 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Is Driving Miss Daisy based on a book?

Driving Miss Daisy is a 1989 American comedy-drama film directed by Bruce Beresford and written by Alfred Uhry, based on Uhry’s 1987 play of the same name.

Who is Hoke in the story of Driving Miss Daisy?

Hoke Colburn Hoke, who is 60 years old at the beginning of the play and 85 years old at the end, is an uneducated, unemployed, African American Christian man and a member of the working class who is hired by Boolie Werthan, Daisy’s son, to work as his mother’s driver after she has her car accident.

What was the son’s name in Driving Miss Daisy?

When Miss Daisy drives her 1946 Chrysler Windsor into her neighbor’s yard, her 40-year-old son Boolie (Dan Aykroyd) buys her a 1949 Hudson Commodore and hires Hoke Colburn (Morgan Freeman), a black chauffeur. Miss Daisy at first refuses to let anyone else drive her, but gradually accedes to the arrangement.

What to expect from Driving Miss Daisy Edmonton?

Whether it be a senior in your life, child or someone with special needs, we ensure our clients are properly dressed for the weather, have all the important information they may require (medical information, prescriptions etc.) and are driven to the front door of their appointment. We will:

What did Heather from Driving Miss Daisy Do?

I can’t thank Heather from Driving Miss Daisy enough, for all the support she has given our family in our time of need. She not only drove our father to appointments, but she was able to act as his advocate as well. Her nursing background was invaluable. Her care and personal touch was nothing short of amazing!

Can a Driving Miss Daisy live in another province?

Living in one province and caring for an elderly parent in another province can be very overwhelming. I can’t thank Heather from Driving Miss Daisy enough, for all the support she has given our family in our time of need.

Can you take someone in a wheelchair in Edmonton?

Yes we can. The minimum accompaniment time is two hours for a charge of $120.00. Can you transport someone in a wheelchair? Yes we have a deluxe wheelchair accessible van that services all of Edmonton, Sherwood Park, and St. Alberta