Loved ones can get sidelined by illness, fatigue, or the impairments of aging, but the daily routine of life goes on. Shopping for groceries, filling up the gas tank, taking the cat to the vet, and picking up
prescriptions at the pharmacy are still on the to-do list. Your parent may not be able to drive temporarily, but still needs to get to medical appointments. Or, it may be time to give up driving altogether. In either case, staying connected with family, friends and the world is a crucial element to continued mental and physical good health. A Casa Companion Specialist can handle everyday errands for your loved one, or provide transportation and assistance so that your loved one can maintain their schedule and live their life with minimal interruption.

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