Caring for the Elderly Series each Saturday in March:
March ~ 3, sickness 10, recipe 17, viagra 24, 31 ~ 2012
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION ON CARING FOR AGING LOVED ONES!
Caring for an aging loved one can be a full-time job, often taking an emotional,financial or physical toll on the caregiver.
Join Queens University of Charlotte and The Ivey for Caring for the Elderly series and come away with powerful tools to ease your caregiving experience.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL!!!
$20 per session if registered by January 31, 2012
All five sessions only $100!
View the full program schedule and register at www.queens.edu/elderly-care.
Special Adult Day Care Offer!
For all participants: The Ivey will care for your elderly loved one while you attend the sessions for a reduced rate of $20 per session.
The Ivey is conveniently located at 6030 Park South Drive, just minutes from the session venue.
$20 special rate includes breakfast and lunch, plus activities and social interaction!
Advanced registration is required for day care call 704-909-2070
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Old Cell Phone Collection 2012 Program
During the month of January 2012, viagra sale Emeritus at South Park has teamed up with the Wireless Alliance to collect those old, unused cell phones collecting dust in your junk drawer.
Did you know that over 230 million Americans have a cell phone, and that Americans buy a new cell phone every 9-18 months! One cell phone, if thrown away, can pollute 40,000 gallons of ground water.
Emeritus at South Park is committed to our local community. In an effort to protect our environment, and support local organizations, Emeritus at South Park will donate 100% of all monies collected from recycled phones to our local Alzheimer’s Association.
For more information, or to schedule a cell phone drop off, call Emeritus at South Park at 704-553-8700 or visit us at 5326 Park Road in the heart of South Park in Charlotte.
Thank you for your donation!
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ComForcare Home Care and Pet Sitters of Charlotte would like to invite the Senior Industry to an Open House on February 14th from 1 – 4pm at our new offices located at Carmel South business park near the intersection off Highway 51 near Carmel Rd intersection. This open house is to celebrate both our move to our recently purchased office building as well as the anniversary of our 6th year in operation. Please come and celebrate a little with all of us from ComForcare with some snacks and beverages at our new location:
ComForcare Home Care
7215-200 Pineville-Matthews Rd., see
Charlotte, ask NC 28226
Tel: 704-543-0630 or 0643
Please RSVP by calling Billie Jo or Brittany at above contact numbers to acknowledge if you will be stopping in. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Embracing physical, emotional and spiritual needs is what hospice is about. At the end-of-life, the patient and their family have many questions, and want honesty, heartfelt kindness and sound medical advice. That’s why thousands of patients count on Bon Secours Hospice. However, many people don’t know that hospice is available or what is involved.
Who qualifies for hospice?
Anyone who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness or any illness where a cure is not currently possible.
What services are provided by hospice?
• Home visits by specially trained hospice nurses
• Pain management and symptom control
• Personal hygiene care from certified nursing assistants
• All medications related to the terminal diagnosis
• All specialized therapies required for the terminal diagnosis
• All durable medical equipment related to the terminal diagnosis
• Psychosocial, spiritual and grief support services
Who pays for hospice?
Hospice is a benefit under Medicare, Medicaid and many insurances. Bon Secours provides services regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.
How long is hospice care provided?
Generally, hospice care is offered when a physician certifies that a patient has a life expectancy of six months or less. However, care can be extended if the patient’s condition warrants.
How do I request hospice services?
You can ask your doctor to make a referral or call Bon Secours Hospice at (757) 889-HOME (4663).
Providing compassionate care since 1983, Bon Secours staff builds a close relationship with each family and patient based on trust, respect and an appreciation for each individual’s inherent dignity. We are about people – patients and families – and doing all we can to provide them with comfort, strength and support when it is needed most.
Bon Secours Hospice
Phone (757) 889-HOME (4663)
Fax (757) 213-7930
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