Elderly Care and Senior Safety in Enfield CT
Today was equipment tune-up day at the Enfield Senior Center! We team up with Louis and Clark Medical Supply to offer this free service monthly. Our tune-ups happen in several Senior Centers in our region.
The free tune-ups are part of Home Helpers Home Care Enfield philosophy of engaging in local activities in the cities we serve. For us, senior care is not just a home care business, but a mission of helping seniors to age at home, independently and healthy, for as long as possible.
When we tune up their walkers and chairs, we are helping them to keep their mobility and independence, ensuring their equipment is safe.
The technician tuning-up the equipment today was Fred Rood, who has been working with Louis and Clark for 28 years.
Home Helpers' Kathleen Mack, the technician Fred Rood, and Enfield Senior Center's members Nancy Bauer and Kathleen Broxton (on his left and right).
Home Helpers Home Care Enfield and the local Senior Centers
This pro bono service also solidifies our partnerships with the senior centers in our region. We believe that the activities offered by the centers are an integral part of any care plan aimed at providing quality of living to seniors. When they go to their local senior centers, they engage in physical activities and social events that help to keep them healthy and socially active.
If you need a tune-up, check with your senior center when is the next time we will be around. If there is not one scheduled, ask them to contact us, and we will gladly do it there, for free.
Our tune-ups count with the partnership of Louis and Clark Medical Supply, established in Western Massachusetts in 1965, with stores in Springfield (MA), Easthampton (MA) and Groton (CT). A new location will open on December 1st, in East Longmeadow.