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What a Local Home Care Agency is Doing to Fight Coronavirus

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What a Local Home Care Agency is Doing to Fight Coronavirus

What a Local Home Care Agency is Doing to Fight Coronavirus

When it comes to the care of your loved ones, Amada Senior Care is doing everything they can to make sure they are staying healthy and safe.

D.R.

Salerno, Owner and CEO of Amada Senior Care, joins us to share how they’re adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic.

He explains their hand sanitizer kiosk program and Amada Connect program.

Amada Senior Care is currently running a special offer on their Amada Connect program -- it’s FREE for the first month of care with 20-30 hours (or 10 visits) of care!

To schedule an appointment, in-person or virtual, call 262-395-7928 or visit AmadaSeniorCare.com.


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