ABC Senior services provides high-quality in-home care and assisted living placement support for local seniors.
Online PR News – 03-November-2010 – – "Always Best Care Senior Services is pleased to bring its tradition of providing dependable, high-quality care to the seniors of the Long Island," said Anthony D’Amico, owner of Always Best Care Senior Services of Central Suffolk. "For those feeling confused or overwhelmed by the task of caring for their spouse, parents or grandparents, Always Best Care Senior Services of Central Suffolk offers a range of services that will ensure that their loved ones are treated with care."
By working with case managers, social workers, discharge planners, doctors and families, Always Best Care Senior Services of Central Suffolk provides affordable, comprehensive solutions to the challenges that are often presented when an aging family member requires additional physical and personal support. The hallmark services of the company’s business portfolio include:
Home Care - With the assistance of a professional geriatric care specialist chosen to specifically meet their unique goals, local seniors can maintain their independence while living at home. Family members are encouraged to take part in the free personal consultation, where Always Best Care Senior Services will create a detailed, written care plan.
Assisted Living - Free of charge, this service presents seniors with options for choosing the most appropriate living facility to suit their needs. Additionally, Always Best Care Senior Services works with medical professionals, care facilities, seniors and their families to constantly ensure the highest level of care, dignity and respect that seniors deserve.
"Whether a loved one is living with Alzheimer’s, cancer or Parkinson’s disease, or simply needs assistance making a weekly grocery trip, Always Best Care Senior Services of Central Suffolk has the capability to enhance the life of the area’s seniors," said Anthony D’Amico. "Our range of services can be tailored to meet a client’s particular needs, whether they require just a few hours of assistance a day or constant care 24 hours a day, seven days a week."