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Cheaper Food, Cheaper Health…What can you do about it?
Did you know that about 40 years ago there were only 500 chemicals in the food we ate? In today’s grocery stores there are about 12,000 chemicals in food. Changes in our soil content, food sources, harvesting and manufacturing have not only increased the additives in our food it has changed the health in America…
What happens if you need to go into a nursing home but cannot afford it? When your monthly income is only $2,000.00 and the monthly cost of a nursing home is $7,000.00? Who do I turn to that I can trust for help and guidance through this process? All of these questions can run through a person’s mind as they get older in life and need to plan for their future. Not only how they will be able to take care of themselves and/or their spouses but how this will affect their finances and family’s responsibility…Read More
Tons of Excitement Here Comfort Keepers!
Comfort Keepers has had an exciting kickoff to the year. There are new accreditations new awards new faces and new roles in the company. This December our Comfort Keepers Bradenton/Manatee County location demonstrated its commitment to excellence by earning the coveted CHAP Accreditation!..Read More
How Food Regulations have become lax and what that means
Chef Craig explains how the regulations for food / beverage manufacturers have decreased in strictness over time. Something that would once shut down and entire factory now only shuts down a portion, for a portion of time…Watch Now
Today I share a part of my job that is often not talked about but is a very real and growing problem in today’s elderly population
There are days that I don’t really enjoy my job. Those are the days that are filled with overwhelming sadness and helplessness when I can’t find the answers for a family. As I visit many people I have heard my share of sad stories but truth be told the saddest is always the stories that seem to share a common foundation “money”. The basic overall picture is a family with an aging loved one who has the financial means to be able to pay for care and wants to be able to stay in their home… Read More
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