The holidays look different for everyone this year. Yet, it’s also more important than ever to stay connected with the older adults in our community. In a year where more than half of seniors feel isolated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the..
COVID-19 has undoubtedly impacted all of us in many ways. Whether it be economic woes caused by permanent job loss or temporary furlough, inability to visit family members, spending less time with our friends, or visiting our favorite restaurant,..
Joseph J. Grilli, MPA, DPA recently joined Senior Day Services as its President and CEO. Grilli is a seasoned professional with over 15 years experience in home health and services to seniors as well as 10 years experience in higher education..
This weekend, we’ll gain back an hour of sleep as daylights savings time ends. Along with the time change, it’s important to remember the change that daylight savings could bring to your older loved ones’ routines. Assleeping and waking cycles..
In exploring senior care options, maybe you’ve decided that an adult day care program is right for your family. Maybe you’re even ready to take the step of committing to Senior Day Services’ adult day care program. If this is the case,..
Advice and Resources for Those Who Support Their Older Loved Ones Daily If you’re the primary caregiver to a parent, spouse, or older loved one, you’re not alone: over 43.5 million adults serve as unpaid caregivers within the US, according to a..
A client, a caregiver and their senior companion share how Senior Day Services brought them together When Bill Mullen first heard about Senior Day Services’ Senior Companion program, he was reluctant to become a client. His son Chris, however,..
A spotlight on one of Senior Day Services’ dedicated Senior Companions Peggy Trently is a self-proclaimed “people person.” Her passion for reaching out to others in her community, especially the elderly, has led her to become one of Senior Day..
A spotlight on one of Senior Day Services’ dedicated Senior Companions Going above and beyond to serve clients—that’s what 77-year-old Sandy Tyler is all about. A Senior Companion volunteer for the past 13 years, Sandy helps clients to navigate..