“This Has Opened Up My World in a Big Way”

March 6, 2019

“When I was living by myself, I started falling a lot. I hurt my back and my knees, and realized I couldn’t live by myself anymore. So I moved in with my daughter,” says 73-year-old Ida Haywood.

Now Offering Private Pay Care

February 21, 2019

There's a new addition to our holistic array of life-sustaining programs. Our In-Home Care division is now offering a Private Pay Care program.

“We’re Helping Animals and the People Who Love Them”

February 7, 2019

“His two passions were his science and his devotion to animals,” says Laura Deutsch of her late husband, Andy.   “There were always dogs in his life.  He had been a bachelor for most of his life and his dog was his family.”

Helping Homebound Heroes - February

January 30, 2019

Tom Donovan didn’t let the fact that he was born with polio keep him from serving his nation.  In spite of the crippling disease  - he wore a leg brace until he was in the 4th grade - he went on to spend four years in the United States Air Force in the 1960’s.

Helping Homebound Heroes - January

January 4, 2019

Crawling through the jungles of Southeast Asia may have saved Ernest Carter’s life when he was in Vietnam – but there’s no doubt it also eventually ruined both of his knees.