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Local Business Celebrates 10 Years in Business

Late December, New Jersey Senator Anthony Bucco, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco and Mayor Timothy Dougherty of Morristown joined in celebrating Senior Home Care Services’ ten years in business. A family-owned business located in Morristown, Senior Home Care Services, provides caregivers to seniors and the disabled throughout Northern and Central New Jersey. In honor of the agency’s ten years in business, Senator Bucco signed a resolution acknowledging Senior Home Care Services’ dedication to helping the senior community and creating jobs in an instable economy.

George Koenig founded Senior Home Care Services in 2001 after struggling to care for his aging parents who lived out of state. For the past decade it is has been his mission to help our senior community by providing quality caregivers who focus on seniors’ health and well-being. “My firsthand experience with the stresses of caring for aging parents led me to recognize the need to found a home care agency that provides seniors with the respect and care that I would want for my own family,” says Mr. Koenig. “Seniors deserve the acknowledgement of their achievements and hard work through dignified care in their later years.”

Clients’ needs vary from assistance with activities of daily living such as basic companionship, meal preparation, hygiene assistance and driving to higher skilled client care needs addressing conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and paralysis. Services offered range from a few hours of companionship per week to 24-hour live-in care services. Starting its 11th year in business, Senior Home Care Services continues to grow and create jobs for the community.

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For more information on Senior Home Care Services call 973-538-4357 or visit www.seniorhomecareservices.com

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