Aug 24

STAY POSITIVE FOR A LONG AND HAPPY LIFE!

Researchers say the key to longevity lies in a positive outlook on life. According to a survey appearing on Good News Network, 60 percent of Americans who have reached their 100th birthday say they don’t feel old; rather, they actually feel two decades younger than their actual age. Those same people claim they are extremely positive about the way they view life. Turns out, there may be a connection between healthy aging and a positive mindset. Taking care of our emotional selves may just be the ticket to ensuring you hit 100.

A Little Help from Family & Friends

A large part of that positivity in survey respondents had to do with staying in touch with family members and friends. Whether through a quick visit at home, a walk around the block, or an outing together, making valuable emotional connections is vital to enjoying a long, healthy and prosperous life. That’s why Advanced Home Care Services is such an important part of your aging senior’s life. Rather than putting your loved one in a home or retirement facility, we help them remain in their homes where they can stay connected to their lifelines: family and friends.

We Are Here When You Need Us

That said, we understand you can’t always be there. We fill in the gaps throughout Massachusetts with medical care, 24/7 emergency response by expertly-trained caregivers, private duty care, companionship, and a full range of home care services, such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, errands, and shopping. Your loved one, whether it’s your mom or dad, an uncle or aunt, or just a good friend, has the peace of mind knowing they are in their own home where they can feel most comfortable day in and day out.

Contact Advanced Home Care Services today for all your Massachusetts senior care needs. Let us help seniors stay positive for a long and happy life.

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