Sun City AZ In-Home Care Nurse Senior Caregivers Assistance Services Launched

Sun City in-home senior assistance agency Aventa Senior Care updated its services to provide high-quality home care adapted to the specific needs and goals of each client.

Sun City, United States - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Aventa Senior Care, an in-home senior assistance company located in Sun City, Arizona, launched an updated range of services for clients interested in professional in-home caregivers for themselves or their senior family members. Working with licensed medical staff, expert nurses and occupational therapists, the company provides high-quality solutions adapted to the lifestyle needs and medical conditions of each client.

More information can be found at https://aventaseniorcare.com.

An independent, locally owned senior assistance agency, Aventa strives to provide individualized solutions tailored to the needs and preferences of its clients. The company is available for in-home senior assistance for clients with various levels of mobility and independence, working closely with each client to ensure that all their needs are met in a compassionate and caring way.

The agency works exclusively with qualified nurses, medical professionals and professional caregivers undergoing constant training and quality monitoring. Led by a veteran social worker and an experienced firefighter, Aventa Senior Care strives to set the quality standard in personal in-home assistance.

Clients benefit from the Care Performance Measurement process, a customized solution allowing each client to set their own goals and track their progress. Based on a series of professional metrics tracked by each client’s expert nurse, Care Performance Measurement is an ideal way for clients interested in a pro-active approach to reaching their health and mobility goals.

The recent service update is part of the agency’s efforts to provide cutting-edge in-home senior assistance services for clients in Sun City and the surrounding areas.

A satisfied client said: “Aventa is awesome! My dad is getting older and needed some help with some of his daily activities that used to be easy for him. Aventa was there when I needed them and continue to care for my dad. I do not now know what my family would do without them. They care for all his needs and make sure he is happy. My family and – more importantly – my dad trusts the people at Aventa!”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Stephanie Nesbitt
Email: support@aventaseniorcare.com
Organization: Aventa Senior Care Sun City
Address: 12630 N 103rd Ave , , AZ Suite 133, Sun City, AZ 85351, United States
Phone: +1-623-227-4000

For more information, please visit https://aventaseniorcare.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 334259

Latest News

Australian sex abuse victim settles with Catholic order

Aug 17, 2018

PERTH, Australia — A 74-year-old man with terminal cancer said on Thursday he could die happy after reaching a 1 million Australian dollar ($727,000) landmark settlement against a Catholic religious order for sexual abuse he suffered in Australia more than 50 years ago. Paul Bradshaw was to testify on Thursday in the Western Australia state District Court about his ill treatment at Castledare Junior Orphanage and Clontarf Orphanage run by the Irish Chritian Brothers order in the 1950s and '60s. But instead, a settlement was reached with the Trustees of the Christian Brothers for the abuse he suffered at the...

Australian's Parliament speech on 'final solution' condemned

Aug 17, 2018

CANBERRA, Australia — An Australian senator is being condemned for his speech in Parliament advocating reviving a white-only immigration policy and using the term "final solution" in calling for a vote on which migrants to admit into the country. Fraser Anning has refused to apologize for the content of his first upper house speech. But politicians across the spectrum were united in denouncing his words. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and opposition Labor leader Bill Shorten gave passionate Parliament speeches Wednesday opposing Anning's comments. Anning also called for a complete ban on Muslim immigration and linked Muslim communities to terrorism and...

New Zealand bans most foreigners from buying homes

Aug 17, 2018

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand has banned most foreigners from buying homes as it tries to tackle runaway housing prices. Previously the housing market was open to investors worldwide, but the government on Wednesday passed legislation that allows only New Zealand residents to buy homes. In recent years, there have been many anecdotal stories of wealthy foreigners from Silicon Valley and beyond buying ranches in picturesque rural New Zealand as a "bolt hole" or escape option from a turbulent world. There have also been stories of wealthy Chinese buyers outbidding New Zealanders on suburban homes in the main city...

Australia archbishop gets house detention for abuse cover-up

Aug 17, 2018

NEWCASTLE, Australia — The most senior Roman Catholic cleric convicted of covering up child sex abuse was ordered by an Australian court Tuesday to serve his 1-year sentence in home detention rather than jail. Newcastle Magistrate Robert Stone on Tuesday ordered former Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson to be detained at his sister's house for at least 6 months before he is eligible for parole. He will be under strict supervision including having to wear a tracking device that would alert authorities if he left the house. Wilson, 67, has denied the accusations and had refused to resign pending an appeal....

New Zealand to ban plastic shopping bags from next year

Aug 17, 2018

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand announced Friday it will ban disposable plastic shopping bags by next July as the nation tries to live up to its clean-and-green image. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealanders use hundreds of millions of the bags each year and that some of them end up polluting precious coastal and marine waterways. Ardern made the announcement at a beachside cafe and said it was the single biggest issue that school children write to her about. She had three children read aloud their letters, before she led several dozen children on a cleanup along the...

Stock Markets

About Us

The Morning Herald is a fast news provider in the United States since 2005. Fiercely independent and armed with irreverent intelligence, there’s no other place to get your news other than The Morning Herald.

Contact us: sales[at]themorningherald.com

Subscribe Now!