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Spring is here, the pollen is gone and life is good! Wake Forest is blooming. Stop for a moment to take it all in and enjoy.stay-at-home-senior-care-wakefield-nc

This newsletter marks our one-year anniversary of going digital – we hope you continue to love the updates and articles.

2015 is off to a busy start! In the last two months, we have hired six new caregivers and welcomed back two ladies that worked for us in the past. Summer is our busiest time of year and we are ready to serve!

We recently participated in the Wake Weekly Health & Wellness Expo. It was wonderful to see many of our clients and friends. Congratulations to Judy Davison, our cash prize winner. She guessed how much money was in the jar, and was only off by 45 cents. Wow!

This month, I partnered with Miranda Allen from the Wake Forest Senior Center to present to the Wake Forest Leadership Team through the Wake Forest Chamber of Commerce.

Our new on-line caregiver training program through the Institute of Professional Caregiver Education has been a big success. Caregivers have enjoyed the freedom to complete training on-line wherever and whenever they choose. Each caregiver’s on-going training can be personalized to their skill set and client needs. This is just one more way we continue to improve our services.

We have included some great articles in this issue of Silver Connections, covering topics from raised bed gardening to celebrities who recently turned 65. Carillon Assisted Living, a beautiful new community in Wake Forest, is our featured partner in this issue. Your feedback is always welcome about anything we can do to make this publication even better.

Thank you for your friendship, your business, and the opportunity to serve you and your family. We treat every contact as a friend, every client as family, and complete every task with honor.

Best wishes,

Deborah Bordeaux – President, Certified Senior Advisor