As our baby boomers enter their golden years, more people than ever are realizing how important it is to celebrate aging. Seniors today are lively, active and young at heart. Although we recognize that the clinical aspect of taking care of an aging loved one is vital, it is really caring for them as a person and not just a patient that keeps them thriving.
We want all seniors to grow old and be happy. Our caregivers always take a moment to ask their client, “what did you used to love doing that you no longer do?” From writing letters, going to the movies or swimming in the lake, our seniors have so many dreams and wishes they still want to accomplish and we just feel lucky enough to be along for the ride to help them get back to doing what they love to do.