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Natural Awakenings Twin Cities

Home Helpers Supports Senior Independence

Home Helpers of the Twin Cities is offering free in-home consultations for senior citizens. As the nation’s leading senior care franchise specializing in non-medical and personal care and companionship for seniors, Home Helpers works on a daily basis with senior citizens who require extra assistance.

Services offered include companionship, grocery shopping, meal preparation, assistance bathing, dressing and feeding, medication reminders, local transportation and light housekeeping. Home Helpers works with clients individually to tailor flexible care plans to meet their specific needs and budgets

“A person’s happiness and independence depend on their overall health and wellness,” says owner Jennifer Olesen. “As people age, maintaining independence and autonomy become higher priorities. From making healthy lifestyle choices and remaining engaged with friends and family, to keeping up with the latest technology and trends, we want to ensure that seniors are maintaining independence and are enjoying life to the fullest.”

To support senior independence and longevity, Home Helpers of the Twin Cities is also educating families on the dimensions of wellness and activities they can participate in that will assist in senior independence. The five areas of wellness are physical, emotional, occupational, social and financial.

“These are only a few ways to support the independence and longevity of an aged loved one,” says Home Helpers’ Mary Scundi. “Remaining educated on how we can help our aging loved ones stay active and involved will lead them to live a long, full life.”

For more information, call 612-518-5741 or visit HomeCareStPaulMN.com.

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