At Preferred Private Care, we believe in providing services which would give a peace of mind to seniors because they deserve to lead a life filled with happiness.
Call us at 772-465-0500 to know about our effective services.#Healthcare #Personalcare #Seniorcare pic.twitter.com/fA6XVAxAcr
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) June 7, 2018
Living life becomes a little tough if you come across difficulties in doing your daily tasks & this is one of the most common problems in seniors. Thus keeping this in mind, our caregivers do their utmost to provide the care every older person would need. #Caregiving #Seniorcare pic.twitter.com/iARO78BHBA
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) June 4, 2018
Get in touch with us if your family caregiver is unavailable to provide the care which your loved one needs. Our staffing agents will look after your older adults in the best possible way to make them feel comfortable.#Caregiverservice #Seniorcaregiver #Elderlycare pic.twitter.com/0Hd0JOI2AD
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) May 31, 2018
Older adults should get indulged in an exhilarating activity to keep themselves occupied. Gardening could be a good choice as it is an enjoyable form of an exercise. It also maintains mobility and relaxes a person.#Elderlycare #Personalcare #Seniorcaregiver pic.twitter.com/Kw63pMZhBD
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) May 28, 2018
Your parents must have given their heart and soul for you to give you a good upbringing. They have sacrificed several things just to see you smile and now it’s your time to provide them the same amount of care, in fact, more than that. #Elderlycare #Senioncare #Homecare pic.twitter.com/BY4rvtQ2n1
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) May 24, 2018
Is laughter really the 'best medicine'? "YES"
Know how laughter could be the best medicine for Older Adults.
Learn more here: https://t.co/DBOSK8vydy#Elderlycaregiver #Seniorhealth pic.twitter.com/prs2skr0MP
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) May 22, 2018
Walking is one of the most advantageous physical activities. A walk for 15 to 20 minutes a day can bring in a lot of positive changes in an older adult’s body.#Seniorcare #Caregiverservice #Elderlycare pic.twitter.com/fOkODahJ3z
— Preferred P. Care (@preferredpcare) May 21, 2018