Building a stronger organization across all of Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus Counties
Contact info: Vincent Beach
Wesley Chapel, Fl. (January 5, 2021) - Two service organizations have merged to provide services across all of Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus Counties. West Pasco County Seniors Helping Seniors (including Hernando and Citrus Counties) and East Pasco County Seniors Helping Seniors, separate organizations in the past, have united under one organization, the Seniors Helping Seniors of Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus Counties, to deliver an even stronger service organization.
Seniors Helping Seniors (SHS) is an organization that employs mature adults who provide companionship, light housekeeping, meal preparation, 24/7 care, weekend and overnight care, dementia and Alzheimer’s care, long distance check in opportunities, outings and escorted events, safety and fall prevention, shopping, and transportation to health care appointments. These services allow those in need to stay in their homes longer than those without these forms of assistance.
“As the population of our country ages, we are finding the needs for these services increasing,” said Vincent Beach, owner of the Seniors Helping Seniors of Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus Counties organization. “Seniors Helping Seniors allows adults to attain the assistance they require while living independently in their own home. In turn, others gain an opportunity to assist their peers and earn some monetary compensation.”
“An additional benefit unbeknownst to most is that you need not be a senior to request assistance. Should any adult need these basic services due to illness, injury or disability, they would be eligible for these services from the Seniors Helping Seniors organization,” continued Beach.
SHS was founded in 1998 in Pennsylvania and has grown to include hundreds of locations nationally and internationally. Seniors or children of seniors who would like to learn more about these services should contact Vincent Beach at 813-973-1954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org