Readers, last week we began a series of articles regarding the stellar company - ADL Caring Companions - and their offering to others to become an ADL franchise. It is no surprise that we had a great deal of feedback regarding this company, and people who are truly interested in opening an ADL Caring Companions franchise in their community.
The statistics that we have spoken about regarding the absolute wretched care and conditions of nursing homes has also not been overlooked. In fact, the statistics are frightening. And with each new day comes more statistics and news regarding the hideous care that our loved ones are receiving. This situation is not only very difficult for the person needing care, but it is also a huge struggle for the families who absolutely love their mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, uncle, etc., and how much they truly do NOT want to put them into a nursing home situation. They would love to provide either private care in their family member`s home, or find a way to simply quit their jobs to take care of their loved ones full-time. Of course, the latter solution is absolutely impossible. This recession-wary economy is already scaring the “pants` off of everyone – and quitting a job is next to impossible.
When we first began our in-depth look into ADL Caring Companions the information we found was truly amazing. This is a company that was founded in San Antonio, and soon opened an office in Dallas, Texas, and has shown families and senior citizens that “good` care is possible, as long as an ADL Caring Companion is part of your loved one`s day.
I want all of you to take a moment to consider just one state at a time. Take Florida, for instance. By 2030, Florida`s population will comprise 6.2 million above-65 people, whose number stands at 3.3 million today. This means more nursing homes will be required in Florida to accommodate an additional 2.9 million people by 2030. BUT, each and every one of us need to understand a very simple fact. Seniors do not want to end their lives in nursing homes. Think about it. Passing on while being in a nursing home - not surrounded by family or friends – is absolutely what anyone would call a poor quality of life. “ And that is the one concept that ADL Caring Companions is trying desperately to stop. Read more..>>>>>