January 2017 Newsletter
Happy New Year from Senior Care of Sacramento!
Welcome to our January Newsletter! From the team at Senior Care of Sacramento, we sincerely wish you a happy and healthy 2017! At Senior Care of Sacramento, we are dedicated to not only helping seniors find the best placement option possible, but we are also the premiere resource of the community by providing helpful, educational information. For a list of complete services click here, but for purposes our monthly newsletter, we will be sharing our year-end review. At Senior Care of Sacramento, we love to give back to the community while helping our seniors at the same time. The following are some of our event highlights from 2016!
We were very pleased to have made appearances in the media in 2016! The APA News and Review featured an article on page 8. Please click here for the whole story. Also, we were thrilled to be on the front cover of the Auburn Journal! You can read this article here. Last but not least, Therese Johnson, interviewed the musician who wrote her company’s theme song. Zion Desmond Albert from the Dominica West Indies, originally raised in U.S. Virgin Islands. He is a well-known reggae artist. He played with Ziggy Marley in concert in 2009 and has headlined many venues from California to Texas to New York. Hear more of his music at ZionReggaeMusic.com
Click here to hear the theme song Desmond created for Senior Care of Sacramento.
August 19th, 2016 – This evening we hosted another event to support the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and this time we hosted a dinner starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Grange Guild in Auburn. We truly put the “fun” in fundraising this evening with a BBQ tri-tip dinner complete with beer and wine, dancing with music provided by the Haley O’Ryan band and a silent auction. Tickets were only $20 and we even had a donation link created, so those who are not able to attend could support the Senior Care of Sacramento walk team as well. Our supporters had a great evening and danced the night away! We are very pleased to have raised $17,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association last year.
October 1st, 2016 – The Walk to End Alzheimer’s event day took place at the downtown capital of Sacramento, which started at 8 a.m., and the Senior Care of Sacramento walk team attended in full force. This all day event held in 600 communities nationwide with the goal of raising donations to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions!
Again, Happy New Year. Please stay in touch with us to see what upcoming events we have coming up for 2017. It is quite simple. While we have a new book coming up for 2017, please visit here to see our current book, Saving Senior Savings – Best Kept Secrets On How To Pay For Senior Services. Do you have general questions for us? At Senior Care of Sacramento, we care and want to help. Please contact us today for more information by visiting Senior Care of Sacramento or calling us at 916.877.6904
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We know that many families get together to visit over the holidays and many see your parents or grandparents for the first time all year. If you see that they are having difficulty or their needs have changed since you saw them last year and realize that they need some assistance to continue to remain at home or maybe even are not doing well living alone at home as they were and need some In Home care or services such as housekeeping, transportation or help with bathing for safety etc. or need to consider moving to board and care or assisted living care home we can help.
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Senior Care of Sacramento was at Raley’s Baseball Field in Sacramento sponsoring the America’s Homeless Veteran Organization’s Annual Fundraiser with the founder Randall Britt and supporter Sandra Ford.
That’s me Therese Johnson on the left. Our donations went to a worthy cause and I caught the game ball to prove it!