Gourmet Golden Kare Outside of Boulder, Colorado a New Concept of Senior Home Care Providing Gourmet Meals and So Much More
For the same amount people pay other care giving organizations, seniors receive so much more from Gourmet Golden Kare. Included in the price is not only the professionalism of their “karegivers”, but they also provide gourmet meals including breakfast, lunch, and dinner which are pre-made daily for freshness, and will cater to any dietary needs possible with their amazing dishes. Also, included is an activities fund which allows their customers the freedom to doing things like playing golf, bingo, movies, or whatever seniors hearts desire. Plus, the last amazing service that is provided is house cleaning with once a month carpet cleaning, and lawn maintenance keeping seniors homes clean and tidy.
Erie, CO (PRWEB) December 24, 2010
Gourmet Golden Kare outside of Boulder, Colorado, is a new concept of senior care giving designed to spoil their customers. For the same amount that seniors would likely pay to other care giving organizations they will receive so much more from Gourmet Golden Kare. For a very reasonable price not only will seniors receive the professionalism of Gourmet Golden Kare’s “karegivers”, but they will receive such things as gourmet meals breakfast, lunch, and dinner pre-made daily for freshness, and will cater to any dietary needs with some amazing dishes. Another unique benefit is an activities fund allowing their customers activities such as playing golf, bingo, movies, or whatever their hearts desire. House cleaning is also provided reducing the stress of a dirty home that many aging seniors have, which also reduces the chances of falling.
Gourmet Golden Kare includes up to eight hours a week, of house cleaning per week, and once a month carpet cleaning plus lawn care including mowing, and basic tree services which are also available. Basically by providing all of these services is what would be expected from high quality assisted living right in their own homes. Providing the very best home environment possible is talked about alot amongst the owners, and the employees at Gourmet Golden Kare. It is believed if they go the extra mile all day everyday it will payoff big dividends to the overall success of the company, and the general happiness of their customers. They even have “therapy dogs” employed that they will supply to their customers to reduce stress, and they provide excellent canine companionship as well. A lot of older Americans do not want to be in an environment with a lot of other people like many large group senior homes, but want to have solitude, and private living especially if they own the house of their dreams, and don’t want to move to small apartment type environment that are commonly seen at most assisted living facilities.
“Delicious meals are just the tip of the iceberg with this concept, but it is our quality companionship that has made us so popular,” said Peggy Morton, President of Gourmet Golden Kare. She also commented on the fact of “millions of adults are, right now, counting the days until they can give up their careers, settle down and retire. Retirement is a prize to them after years and years of faithful service for their careers, or even their families. It is their chance to finally golf, travel, shop, and relax, and we believe they should be pampered within their own homes. When they finally get the chance to really retire, and hire us, seniors will absolutely adore their new lifestyle with our services.”
All of Gourmet Golden Kare’s employees are background checked and are placed with their new families to make sure they are a complete fit in activities, personality, and seems that many of their customers have a new best friend with many of their karegivers, and are genuinely very happy with all the services that Gourmet Golden Kare provides. For more information see Gourmet Golden Kare’s website at http://www.gourmetgoldenkare.com or call 1-855-494-4900.
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