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Greater Wilmington Business Journal: Resourceful Aging

As COVID-19 continues, seniors in the Greater Wilmington area are deciding whether to opt for in-home care or to move to retirement facilities.

According to the Greater Wilmington Business Journal, many seniors in the greater Wilmington community are facing working through retirement, opting to stay at home or choosing a retirement community as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Right at Home is an in-home care franchise that provides care to seniors and disabled adults. Caregivers are able to provide a higher level of support in a client’s home, which allows seniors to stay safe rather than move to a retirement home. Jennifer Selden, who owns Right at Home in Wilmington explains how aging in place has a number of benefits.

“We’re talking about being able to remain in a familiar, comfortable environment, where you have your cat and you have your favorite blanket and your recliner and you know where everything is, so that familiarity I think is really important and comforting to people,” Selden told the Greater Wilmington Business Journal..

Selden, who’s franchise services include helping seniors with activities of daily living, provides care for those suffering from different levels of cognitive impairment. Whether they need help bathing, dressing, with meal preparation, or just need company, Right at Home is a company that is providing an essential service for seniors now more than ever.

Read the full article in the Greater Wilmington Business Journal here.

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