Our practice of putting our seniors and their families interests first always pays off. Take a look at some of the candid feedback and comments we've recieved along the way in helping seniors and thier families find the best residential solution overall. Perhaps our client Sally said it best:
This has been such a learning experience and I can’t imagine doing this without your help. You are a treasure. God bless you!
Remember, our services are always free to seniors and their families and we welcome your call, toll free, anytime to speak with one of our eldercare advisors (844) 300-7026.
If you and your healthcare provider are worried about weight gain as you get older, you should choose nutrient-dense foods. These foods give you lots of nutrients without a lot of extra calories. Read more at NIH
Making healthy food choices is a smart thing to do—no matter how old you are! Your body changes through your 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. Food provides nutrients you need as you age. Use these tips to choose foods for better health at each stage of life. Read more here
It’s important for your body to have plenty of fluids each day. Water helps you digest your food, absorb nutrients, and then get rid of the unused waste. With age, some people may lose their sense of thirst. To further complicate matters, some medicines might make it even more important to have plenty of fluids. Drinking enough fluids every day also is essential to good health particularly for seniors. Read more at NIH