Why Leeza Gibbons Just Bought a Senior Care Franchise

(September 2014) Leeza Gibbons made her name as a talk show host, but today, she has a new career: she is opening a senior-care franchise. Gibbons is currently in the process of preparing to open her first Senior Helpers franchise. While she can't yet reveal the exact location for legal reasons, she says it will be in the South East.

Caring for a booming senior population: How tech helps and hurts

(June 2014) Technology is changing how we care for seniors, and with the number of seniors in the U.S. expected to double by 2050, entrepreneurs are investing in new technologies designed specifically for the senior population. This trend has the potential to improve the lives of not only seniors, but also those who care for America's aging population as well.

Critical Memory Screenings Coming to Napa this May

(April 2014) Senior Helpers of Napa in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Foundation will be hosting five free memory screenings for those concerned about their memory throughout the month of May.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Towson

(April 2014) On Monday, May 19, 2014, Senior Helpers of Towson will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Silver Spring

(April 2014) On Tuesday, April 22, 2014, Senior Helpers of Silver Spring will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Philadelphia

(April 2014) On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Senior Helpers of Chester County (based in Exton) will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Clearwater

(April 2014) On Friday, April 11, 2014, Senior Helpers of Clearwater will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Spring Hill

(April 2014) On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, Senior Helpers of Spring Hill will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Chicago

(April 2014) On Wednesday, April 30, 2014, Senior Helpers will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Expands to Murfreesboro

(April 2014) Senior Helpers, a leading national provider of in-home care for seniors, is offering a solution for family caregivers in the local community by expanding to a new location at 745 S. Church Street in Murfreesboro, Tenn.   

(April 2014) As we age, our vision changes and that loss of vision can lead to serious safety issues. Accidents at home rank among the leading causes of death and injury among seniors. Senior Helpers provides advice on how to help elders adjust to diminished vision and stay safe in their home.

CN2 Hometown Hero - Seth Zamek - CN2 News

(April 2014) Seth Zamek owner of Senior Helpers - Fort Mill, SC was named CN2 News' Hometown Hero for his hard work and dedication to his community.

Senior Leadership

(April 2014) It is an organization and local office firmly entrenched with local roots. And, as the Ephrata Senior Helpers branch celebrates its one-year anniversary, it has not forgotten what’s important. Family is what’s important, said Abigail Critchfield, co-owner. So important that when they named their business corporation, CCJP Inc., they chose the first letters of all their children.

(March 2014) Communication can be tricky with people no matter what their age, but especially so when you're dealing with older people who have dementia. So what's the best way to have a conversation with someone with memory issues? Senior Helpers says it's all in the approach.

Why Leeza Gibbons Just Bought a Senior Care Franchise

(September 2014) Leeza Gibbons made her name as a talk show host, but today, she has a new career: she is opening a senior-care franchise. Gibbons is currently in the process of preparing to open her first Senior Helpers franchise. While she can't yet reveal the exact location for legal reasons, she says it will be in the South East.

Caring for a booming senior population: How tech helps and hurts

(June 2014) Technology is changing how we care for seniors, and with the number of seniors in the U.S. expected to double by 2050, entrepreneurs are investing in new technologies designed specifically for the senior population. This trend has the potential to improve the lives of not only seniors, but also those who care for America's aging population as well.

Critical Memory Screenings Coming to Napa this May

(April 2014) Senior Helpers of Napa in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Foundation will be hosting five free memory screenings for those concerned about their memory throughout the month of May.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Towson

(April 2014) On Monday, May 19, 2014, Senior Helpers of Towson will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Silver Spring

(April 2014) On Tuesday, April 22, 2014, Senior Helpers of Silver Spring will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Philadelphia

(April 2014) On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Senior Helpers of Chester County (based in Exton) will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Clearwater

(April 2014) On Friday, April 11, 2014, Senior Helpers of Clearwater will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Spring Hill

(April 2014) On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, Senior Helpers of Spring Hill will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Brings Dementia Care Education to Chicago

(April 2014) On Wednesday, April 30, 2014, Senior Helpers will host a seminar to address this growing public health crisis.

Senior Helpers Expands to Murfreesboro

(April 2014) Senior Helpers, a leading national provider of in-home care for seniors, is offering a solution for family caregivers in the local community by expanding to a new location at 745 S. Church Street in Murfreesboro, Tenn.   

(April 2014) As we age, our vision changes and that loss of vision can lead to serious safety issues. Accidents at home rank among the leading causes of death and injury among seniors. Senior Helpers provides advice on how to help elders adjust to diminished vision and stay safe in their home.

CN2 Hometown Hero - Seth Zamek - CN2 News

(April 2014) Seth Zamek owner of Senior Helpers - Fort Mill, SC was named CN2 News' Hometown Hero for his hard work and dedication to his community.

Senior Leadership

(April 2014) It is an organization and local office firmly entrenched with local roots. And, as the Ephrata Senior Helpers branch celebrates its one-year anniversary, it has not forgotten what’s important. Family is what’s important, said Abigail Critchfield, co-owner. So important that when they named their business corporation, CCJP Inc., they chose the first letters of all their children.

(March 2014) Communication can be tricky with people no matter what their age, but especially so when you're dealing with older people who have dementia. So what's the best way to have a conversation with someone with memory issues? Senior Helpers says it's all in the approach.

(February 2014) Nearly 10 million Americans now care for loved ones suffering from dementia according to the Alzheimer's Association. And caregivers frequently report high levels of stress. Leeza Gibbons says, "The well-being of caregivers is near and dear to my heart. I recently had the chance to participate in a nationwide webcast with one of the country's leading experts in elder care. Here's a look at it with some important information all caregivers need to hear.

(February 2014) Nearly 10 million Americans now care for loved ones suffering from dementia according to the Alzheimer's Association. And caregivers frequently report high levels of stress. Leeza Gibbons says, "The well-being of caregivers is near and dear to my heart. I recently had the chance to participate in a nationwide webcast with one of the country's leading experts in elder care. Here's a look at it with some important information all caregivers need to hear.