Our Aging in Place Division provides an assessment of your current home to determine if it is safe and barrier free. An “aging in place” environment allows seniors to live an independent, self-sufficient, and dignified lifestyle for as long as possible and gives families peace of mind. It can keep seniors from entering assisted-living facilities, prematurely.
Our Personal Information Management Division organizes and digitizes your important documents, and even your treasured family photographs, to provide both portability and quick access.
The flash drive is an ideal place to carry your personal information. It can contain health records, insurance information, health care surrogate, power of attorney or family information. Information is stored in an encrypted and password protected file so that information is never compromised. You can load the information yourself or we can do it for you.
People like to be in control of their lives regardless of age. And, as we grow older, we start to need assistance with tasks and functions, yet still want to maintain degrees of control and independence. Seniors especially need to feel safe, be self-sufficient and self-reliant, but also want to remain independent for as long as possible. Their health, safety and welfare are a priority.