Sacramento is seeing tremendous growth in the number of seniors living in Sacramento County and surrounding areas. Some sources cite the number of seniors living in the Sacramento area will continue to grow over 100% during the next 20 years.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) May 12, 2015
Senior Helpers®, one of the nation’s largest in-home senior care companies, announced today that the Greater Sacramento Senior Helpers locations will be sponsoring KCRA 3 Sacramento’s Annual Health & Wellness Festival to be held at the Roseville Galleria on Saturday, May 16th, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
The Festival, which includes health and wellness organizations from around the Central Valley, will feature special guest Dr. Mehmet Oz of NBC’s “The Dr. Oz Show” and showcase organizations such as Senior Helpers. Senior Helpers offers senior care that enables seniors to maintain their independence at home. Additional activities and information from companies that are focused on the health and wellness of local community members will also be offered.
“Sacramento is seeing tremendous growth in the number of seniors living in Sacramento County and surrounding areas,” said Terry Bollons, one of Senior Helpers’ local owners and operators. Kevin Carlson, another local Senior Helpers owner and participant in the upcoming Health & Wellness Festival, said, “Some sources cite the number of seniors living in the Sacramento area will continue to grow over 100% during the next 20 years, so we feel strongly about getting out and speaking with community members about how to make sure the seniors in their lives are well cared for at home.”
Senior Helpers works with families, assisted living facilities, hospitals and other organizations to provide trained caregivers who help seniors maintain their independence living at home. Senior Helpers caregivers are trained in Alzheimer’s and dementia care and provide assistance with activities ranging from meal preparation and personal care to transitional care that follows a surgery, illness or a procedure. More can be learned at http://www.SeniorHelpers.com.