The caregivers and staff of FirstLight HomeCare of Northwest Indiana can be seen all over the local communities helping out in one fashion or another. They may be helping a client with their daily activities or they are volunteering.
Rittenhouse Senior Living of Valparaiso and Portage Continue to Provide Top Quality Care Under Guidance of Discovery Senior Living
FirstLight Home Care announced that it has received the Best of Home Care Provider of Choice Award from Home Care Pulse. The Provider of Choice Award is granted only to the top ranking home care providers, based on client satisfaction scores gathered by Home Care Pulse. FirstLight Home Care is now ranked among a select few home care providers across the country who have proven their ability to provide outstanding care.
Look around your office or within your corporation, it might shock you to know that up to 60% of your employees, over the age of 40 years old, are or soon will be faced with caregiving responsibilities for their aging parents. New reports released in 2015 by the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP confirmed that caregiving duties by family members are increasing and this escalation could impact your company’s bottom line*.
There is someone who is making the experiences of people extra special at Symphony Post-Acute Network. Steven Owen, Director of Customer Experience at Symphony of Crown Point, is making sure that the residents who he serves are comfortable and happy at all times.
Senior living has never looked and felt so good at Symphony Post Acute Network’s Northwest Indiana locations in Dyer, Crown Point, and Chesterton. Each facility offers the finest senior living and licensed assisted living accommodations through an all-inclusive worry-free living.
Symphony of Chesterton held their grand opening of the third and final Transitional Care Center for the Indiana market, for the first time in seven months.
Community Hospital Fitness Pointe, a medical fitness facility in Munster, offers a number of effective programs and classes led with guidance by certified, trained staff to help improve overall health and well-being. One of the newest classes is called FLEE (Functional Living Exercises for Everyone) that includes exercises specifically geared to active older adults.
Charlotte Read, Duneland Family YMCA February Senior of the Month, was born in Chicago on March 27, 1929. She Attended Parkside Elementary School and finished her undergraduate education at Hyde Park High School. She then attended the University of Illinois from which she received her Bachelors of Arts Degree in 1950. She graduated with highest honors and was recognized for her achievements by membership in the Phi Beta Kappa. She then continued her post-graduation study by attending classes at Northwestern, Purdue, and Valparaiso Universities.