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How You Can Help Local Seniors to Meet the Demands of Daily Life

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As we grow older, it often becomes more difficult to keep up with our household chores and responsibilities—especially if we develop a medical condition or sustain an injury that limits our ability to stand or move around as well as we once could. While many of us turn to our loved ones when we need assistance with meeting the challenges of daily life, some seniors have no nearby friends or relatives to assist them when times get tough. If you’re looking for some ways to help local seniors who may be in this type of situation, this guide is for you.
If you know a senior who needs emergency short-term care assistance, such as paying for utilities or food, connect with Wylie Christian Care Center at 972-442-4341. You can also support our efforts by making a donation.

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Living independently is a goal of many seniors, but aging in place has its challenges—especially for those without nearby loved ones to assist them. If you’re looking for some ways to care for seniors in your community, these resources will help you to do just that.
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