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CareOne Senior Care Staff, Family and Friends Volunteer at 2019 Walk to Defeat ALS -Detroit

CareOne Senior Care Staff, Family and Friends Volunteer at 2019 Walk to Defeat ALS -Detroit 

CareOne Senior Care Staff, Family and Friends Volunteer at 2019 Walk to Defeat ALS -Detroit - Southeast Michigan Home Care Blog Posts | CareOne Senior Care - ALS_Group_

Pictured are a few of our CareOne Senior Care Volunteers.  From Left to Right:  Tim S., Lisa D., Erica M., Carrie A., and Steve M.   

 

 

CareOne Senior Care Staff, Family and Friends, for the 5th consecutive year, volunteered with the The ALS Association for their Walk to Defeat ALS event!  The event is held at the Detroit Zoo and host’s about 2000 individuals.  Fundraising through the walk drives bold and urgent innovation as we march together toward a treatment and ultimately a cure for ALS 

 

CareOne Senior Care knows first hand the challenges of living with and caring for a loved one that has been diagnosed with ALS.  Our personal experience as a family in finding and providing exceptional care to our loving Mother, who courageously fought ALS for six years, inspired us to open CareOne Senior Care!  Our family owned and operated company is committed to providing care to you or your loved one at the same level of care that we expect for our family.    This is a personal journey for us and we will never stop fighting for a cure!  

 

 

If you or an aging loved-one are considering Home Care in Novi, MI, or the surrounding area, please contact the caring staff at CareOne Senior Care today. Call us at (248) 308-2777.

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