Always Best Care Senior Services Opens New Agency And Expands Existing Services In Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex

Leading Senior Care Franchise Grows National Footprint in Texas to Nine Locations Always Best Care® Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, announced today it has opened a new agency in the greater Dallas area. Always Best Care of Southlake/Denton, which is owned and operated by Shane Carpenter, serves Continue reading Always Best Care Senior Services Opens New Agency And Expands Existing Services In Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
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Always Best Care Senior Services Opens First Location In San Antonio

Local Entrepreneurs Provide Award-Winning Senior Care Services and Plan to Hire Many Caregivers in Bexar County ROSEVILLE, Calif. (June 13, 2017) — Always Best Care® Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, announced that it has opened its ninth franchise in Texas. Always Best Care of Northern San Antonio Continue reading Always Best Care Senior Services Opens First Location In San Antonio
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Social Media Opens Up a Whole New World for Aging Individuals

What does it mean for you to be socially active? If you’re like many people in our digital age, it means a combination of interactions in groups, with other individuals face-to-face and with friends and family members over the phone in addition to interactions experienced through texting, video chatting and — especially — through social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. There are a lot of socialization options available to those who are familiar with technology and understand how to use it. Unfortunately, for many seniors, those options are simply not on the table. Aging individuals can benefit tremendously in their social lives by learning how to use social media, but it may require some patient help and assistance on your part. With more than 60% of older people online, we’re entering a new era, but it’s up to family members and/or caregivers to show the way. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which you can help a senior loved one understand and get the mo
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