In this day and age, 99% of the time you will see at least one person around you busy on their cell phone. People constantly use cell phones for checking emails, looking up directions, taking photographs, socializing, and even browsing the web. But what, exactly, would a senior do with a cell phone?
As a national company focused on moving services for seniors, Moves for Seniors has partnerships with many exceptional moving companies. They all help us to provide a valuable service to our customers. Recently, we partnered with a moving company that we would like to highlight this month, especially as we celebrate Memorial Day and the […]
The Internet has improved the lives of people everywhere – whether it is students, businesses, or people looking to socialize. It has clearly helped businesses increase sales, and provided a quick way for students to learn and gather information. It benefits the social lives of young adults seeking love or relationships. Google makes it simple […]
Memorial Day became an official federal holiday in 1971, celebrated by Americans and families nationwide. On the last Monday in the month of May, we honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. Military.
Choosing a date to move into your senior living facility is an imperative part of the moving process. With a senior living community, you may not have as much flexibility regarding an exact date, but you should definitely inquire about it. Speak with your senior living community and find out how flexible their schedule is, […]
People are always looking for something or someone new, whether you are a bachelor in your twenties who recently moved to a new town looking for a place to go at night, a new mom looking for other moms to have a play date with or a senior looking for friends with the same interests, […]
Today marks the first day of National Nurses Week honoring our Nation’s caregivers. We would like to give a big thank you to all registered nurses and especially to our senior caregivers.
Becoming a caregiver is an extremely important decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. There are a number of benefits to helping a loved one but there are also a few unexpected costs to consider.