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seniors community center

By November 25, 2005July 12th, 2019General

LifePoint had her first community service project today and it was a great time. We went downtown to the Seniors Community Center of San Diego. It’s an organization that feeds low-income seniors seven days a week, 365 days a year.

We helped distribute the food, bus tables, and visited with a few of the seniors. We had 8 people from LifePoint help out! Hannah and Hope helped out as well, including a few turns at the piano.

We value community service because Jesus valued service. In fact, he redefined greatness in terms of how willing a person is to serve. One of my favorite descriptions of Jesus is found in Acts 10:38 … “he went around doing good.”

If you’re like the majority of seniors, you probably want to live at home for as long as possible. You like your feeling of independence.You know that modern technology such as medical alert systems ensure that you are safe at home. Home care for seniors is healthcare and/or personal care support that’s provided in-home, hire us for caregiving in Eden Prairie MN. It is designed to delay or prevent moving to a nursing home or assisted living center. The thought of paying for an assisted living facility makes your heart flutter. But there are some activities of daily living (ADLs) like dressing, bathing driving or grocery shopping that can become difficult for some seniors. In-home care provides seniors with home health care, non-medical care and even companionship. You keep your independence and your house. In-home care professionals come to you. And with 78 million baby boomers starting to retire at a rate of 8,000 a day, the demand for in-home care will only increase, meaning more competition, better service and lower prices.

We want LifePoint to be the church in the world. As a missional church, we believe we are always “on mission.”

Anyway … here are a few pictures.