Supporting Aging in Place

Aug 24, 2023 | Moore Care

Moore Care is joining forces with BR Proud to raise awareness within the Baton Rouge community and beyond about the importance of ensuring the safety and independent living of our senior citizens in their own homes for as long as possible.

Through a series of weekly video tips, we aim to provide insights to help you enhance the well-being of the elderly members of your family or within your sphere of influence. 

At Moore Care, our mission revolves around delivering compassionate and expert care to those in need. We replace fear with hope, uncertainty with promise, and loneliness with companionship. When the time comes that independent living is no longer an option for your family member, we want you to know that the team at Moore Care will become a part of your extended family. In the meantime, we are excited to share valuable information throughout this campaign on how to enrich the lives of your loved ones and maintain their life at home for as long as possible. 

Our tips will cover a wide range of advice, including information on promoting social engagement and maintaining connections with family and friends, and offer guidance on creating a safe and easily passable living environment to prevent accidents. These thirty-second videos will be updated on a weekly basis.

Feel free to explore the current video content available now, and kindly share it with friends who are responsible for the well-being of their elderly loved ones. Stay tuned for more insightful information from the Aging in Place campaign brought to you by Moore Care and BR Proud by saving the links provided for future updates. 
For more information, visit the Aging in Place website.

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