Always Best Care Announces New Vice President of Franchise Development

Leading Senior Care Franchise Appoints Sean Hart to Oversee National Expansion Always Best Care Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, announced today that business development and sales professional Sean Hart has been named Vice President of Franchise Development. In his new role, Hart will lead the brand’s … Continue reading Always Best Care Announces New Vice President of Franchise Development

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Why Swimming is a Great Form of Exercise for Seniors

Swimming is an effective way for seniors to stay physically active and boost their health. Not only is it fun and relaxing, it poses less risk for injury than other activities and can be done by people of all ages and ability levels. Plus, it does not require any special training or additional equipment. Swimming … Continue reading Why Swimming is a Great Form of Exercise for Seniors

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Always Best Care Achieves Double-digit Sales Growth Amid Launch of Telehealth Capabilities

Leading Senior Care Franchise Continues Commitment to Caregiver Recruitment and Expansion with New Territories Across the Country Always Best Care Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, announced today that it achieved over 10% sales growth in 2021, launching 16 new territories throughout the country and welcoming nine … Continue reading Always Best Care Achieves Double-digit Sales Growth Amid Launch of Telehealth Capabilities

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Sunny Days: The Importance of Vitamin D for Seniors

Did you know that your body needs vitamin D in order to absorb calcium? Calcium is essential for maintaining strong bones and teeth, therefore vitamin D is essential too, especially for seniors. One of the easiest ways to get this vitamin is from the sun. The body naturally produces vitamin D when the skin is … Continue reading Sunny Days: The Importance of Vitamin D for Seniors

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Improving Communication When a Loved One has Aphasia

Not being able to effectively communicate can be frustrating. There are more than 2 million Americans living with aphasia, a communication disorder that can stem from a brain injury, infection, or neurological disorder. Seniors with conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or Parkinson’s disease may develop aphasia, as well as those who have experienced a … Continue reading Improving Communication When a Loved One has Aphasia

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