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Mar 11, 2024 09:00 AM - 02:00 PM

2024 Legacy Leadership Institute - South Alabama

Join us for our 3-day Institute!  Want to volunteer, but aren't sure how to engage? The Legacy Leadership Institute (LLI) targets retired professionals and baby boomers, and utilizes University of South Alabama faculty/visiting speakers. Learn about aging issues and impactful volunteering. And, connect to community and Area Agency on Aging volunteer opportunities to find your niche.  Some of our trained graduates have: created an Alzheimer's community support group; opened a Senior Center; and assisted with state-level advocacy efforts. Hundreds of older adults have graduated from the LLI over the last 20 years. Free to attend. Lunch, class materials, graduation certificates and gifts provided. Days 1 and 3: Area Agency on Aging Office on Beauregard Street 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Day 2: University of South Alabama Campus  Faculty Club 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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Mar 09, 2024 07:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Alabama Senior Olympics Cycling Event

Events:5K & 10K Time Trials20K & 40K Road Race5K & 10K Recumbent Time Trials Date:March 9 & 10, 2024Checkin: 7:00 amMeeting: 8:001st race: directly after meeting (8:15) Race Order:Sat, March 9, 2024  10K Time Trial followed by 20K Road RaceSun, March 10, 2024  5K times Trial followed by 40K Road Race Location:Mobile, AL Registration:Opens: January 15, 2024Online registration ends February 23, 2024After February 23, 2024, we will have onsite registration the day of races until 7:30 am for an additional $10 late fee. Entry Regulation:1. Cyclists must provide their own bicycles and helmets. Medals:Awards will be presented for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place for each event within each age division. NSGA Qualifying Regulations: The 2024 Alabama Senior Olympics are a qualifier.

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Feb 27, 2024 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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VIPcare Jubilee - Greeno Road

Primary Care Providers for Seniors 341 Greeno Road, Fairhope, Alabama, 36532

VIPcareWe are a group of passionate healthcare professionals who believe theres a better way to practice medicine. We see a future where preventative medicine is valued over the traditional approach, what we refer to as sick care. We thrive on seeing our patients healthy, not sick.Preventative CareUtilizing a value-based Medicare Advantage model produces lower rates of hospital stays, emergency department visits, and 30-day readmissions for beneficiaries as compared to Traditional Medicare health models.5-Star ProviderThe Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services use a five-star quality rating system to measure Medicare beneficiaries experience with their health plans and the health care system.Patients 65+ require different attention and care than other age groups. VIPcare provides senior-focused primary care that caters specifically to the needs of older adults.What is Senior-Focused Care?Senior-focused care is primary care that delivers a wide range of value-based healthcare services with a dedicated focus on patients 65+. It takes the unique needs of the senior population into consideration when caring for patients.How Is Senior-Focused Primary Care Different than Traditional Primary Care?At VIPcare, youll notice many differences between how we care for patients and how others do. Because VIPcare specializes in caring for adults 65+, our providers are trained and specialized in the specific clinical needs of seniors. We focus on prevention and management, helping to achieve Better Health. Also, using a value-based model allows our providers to spendmore time with patients. Instead of waiting for an appointment, our providers can see you right away, sometimes even the same day if needed.What are the Benefits of Senior-Focused Care?Many older adults live with multiple chronic conditions, such as hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis. By having a primary care provider that is skilled and trained to treat the senior population and their specific needs, such as chronic conditions, patients receive better and more personalized care. In addition, senior-focused care integrates a team approach and coordinates with specialty care when necessary.What Insurance is Needed for Senior-Focused Care?Senior-focused primary care is best delivered as part of a value-based model and works best when paired with Medicare Advantage plans. However, some VIPcare clinics do accept traditional Medicare.Learn More About Senior-Focused Care at VIPcareVIPcare provides senior-focused primary care to the aging population. We believe in quality over quantity and always strive to deliver 5-star care. Learn more about what makes VIPcare different by scheduling an appointment or calling 251-325-1962.

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AHEPA 310 X Apts

Affordable-Subsidized 9180 Hellenic Way, Semmes, Alabama, 36575

A Culture of CaringWelcome to AHEPA Senior Living communities, where our residents and their families are our focus. A not-for-profit, ASL is built on the ideals of a commitment to service, philanthropy, and dignity for older adults. Our pride in caring for residents translates to the safe and beautifully maintained properties we own and manage nationwide.Our Residents FlourishA proven provider, AHEPA Senior Living communities are high-quality, yet affordable, independent living and assisted living communities that empower residents to retain independence and individuality. Residents enjoy an engaging lifestyle supported by quality services provided by compassionate, dedicated, and well-trained professionals. Civic and cultural involvement are encouraged as well as participation in on-site health and wellness programs.AHEPA Senior Living provides residential apartment-home communities with supportive services for income-qualified residents 62 and older.EligibilityResidency is based on acceptance of a submitted application. Our communities vary. ligibility62 and older for any type of unit In certain communities, 18 to 61 requiring a mobility accessible unit For two people, one Head of Household must meet the minimum age requirement of 62 Capable of fulfilling the lease by yourself or with services you provide At or below income levels established by HUD or the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)Our residents are our priorityASL affordable independent living communities typically include:Smoke detectors and sprinklersFire alert features designed into the structureCarbon monoxide detectorsWell-lighted parking area and exterior motion lightingEmergency electric apartment door releasesApartment to entrance intercomEntrance system, including camera monitorEmergency Call SystemsTub and/or shower with grab bars in accessible unitsEnjoy AmenitiesGenerally, ASL affordable independent living communities include:On-site management and maintenance (M-F)Community room with TV/CableInternet connectivity in common areasComputer roomLibraryCoin-operated laundryCentral trash collectionLandscaped groundsSupportive services coordinationClose proximity to public transportationResidency is based on acceptance of a submitted application.AHEPA Senior Living Apartments are subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rent is generally based on 30 percent of the residents adjusted gross monthly income.With communities in 19 states, find peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing by AHEPA Senior Living.Find  peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing in an AHEPA 310 community with eleven locations in Baldwin & Mobile Counties.

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AHEPA 310 VIII Apts

Affordable-Subsidized 12680 Padgett Switch Rd, Irvington, Alabama, 36544

A Culture of CaringWelcome to AHEPA Senior Living communities, where our residents and their families are our focus. A not-for-profit, ASL is built on the ideals of a commitment to service, philanthropy, and dignity for older adults. Our pride in caring for residents translates to the safe and beautifully maintained properties we own and manage nationwide.Our Residents FlourishA proven provider, AHEPA Senior Living communities are high-quality, yet affordable, independent living and assisted living communities that empower residents to retain independence and individuality. Residents enjoy an engaging lifestyle supported by quality services provided by compassionate, dedicated, and well-trained professionals. Civic and cultural involvement are encouraged as well as participation in on-site health and wellness programs.AHEPA Senior Living provides residential apartment-home communities with supportive services for income-qualified residents 62 and older.EligibilityResidency is based on acceptance of a submitted application. Our communities vary. ligibility62 and older for any type of unit In certain communities, 18 to 61 requiring a mobility accessible unit For two people, one Head of Household must meet the minimum age requirement of 62 Capable of fulfilling the lease by yourself or with services you provide At or below income levels established by HUD or the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)Our residents are our priorityASL affordable independent living communities typically include:Smoke detectors and sprinklersFire alert features designed into the structureCarbon monoxide detectorsWell-lighted parking area and exterior motion lightingEmergency electric apartment door releasesApartment to entrance intercomEntrance system, including camera monitorEmergency Call SystemsTub and/or shower with grab bars in accessible unitsEnjoy AmenitiesGenerally, ASL affordable independent living communities include:On-site management and maintenance (M-F)Community room with TV/CableInternet connectivity in common areasComputer roomLibraryCoin-operated laundryCentral trash collectionLandscaped groundsSupportive services coordinationClose proximity to public transportationResidency is based on acceptance of a submitted application.AHEPA Senior Living Apartments are subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rent is generally based on 30 percent of the residents adjusted gross monthly income.With communities in 19 states, find peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing by AHEPA Senior Living.Find  peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing in an AHEPA 310 community with eleven locations in Baldwin & Mobile Counties.

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AHEPA 310 XI Apts

Affordable-Subsidized 7560-A Olympic Ln, Theodore, Alabama, 36582

A Culture of CaringWelcome to AHEPA Senior Living communities, where our residents and their families are our focus. A not-for-profit, ASL is built on the ideals of a commitment to service, philanthropy, and dignity for older adults. Our pride in caring for residents translates to the safe and beautifully maintained properties we own and manage nationwide.Our Residents FlourishA proven provider, AHEPA Senior Living communities are high-quality, yet affordable, independent living and assisted living communities that empower residents to retain independence and individuality. Residents enjoy an engaging lifestyle supported by quality services provided by compassionate, dedicated, and well-trained professionals. Civic and cultural involvement are encouraged as well as participation in on-site health and wellness programs.AHEPA Senior Living provides residential apartment-home communities with supportive services for income-qualified residents 62 and older.EligibilityResidency is based on acceptance of a submitted application. Our communities vary. ligibility62 and older for any type of unit In certain communities, 18 to 61 requiring a mobility accessible unit For two people, one Head of Household must meet the minimum age requirement of 62 Capable of fulfilling the lease by yourself or with services you provide At or below income levels established by HUD or the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)Our residents are our priorityASL affordable independent living communities typically include:Smoke detectors and sprinklersFire alert features designed into the structureCarbon monoxide detectorsWell-lighted parking area and exterior motion lightingEmergency electric apartment door releasesApartment to entrance intercomEntrance system, including camera monitorEmergency Call SystemsTub and/or shower with grab bars in accessible unitsEnjoy AmenitiesGenerally, ASL affordable independent living communities include:On-site management and maintenance (M-F)Community room with TV/CableInternet connectivity in common areasComputer roomLibraryCoin-operated laundryCentral trash collectionLandscaped groundsSupportive services coordinationClose proximity to public transportationResidency is based on acceptance of a submitted application.AHEPA Senior Living Apartments are subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rent is generally based on 30 percent of the residents adjusted gross monthly income.With communities in 19 states, find peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing by AHEPA Senior Living.Find  peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing in an AHEPA 310 community with eleven locations in Baldwin & Mobile Counties.

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In-Home Care vs. Memory Care

IN-HOME CARE VS. MEMORY CAREAre you or a loved one living with memory loss and having trouble managing the day-to-day tasks independently?Deciding between dementia care at home or a memory care community near you can be difficult.For memory care in Mobile, Alabama, seniors have the option of the signature Cherish program with Proveer at Heritage Woods. Continue reading to learn more about the differences between dementia support options.Understanding Memory Care CommunitiesA memory care community is a specialized living environment designed to address the unique needs of individuals living with memory loss. These communities are staffed with professionals specifically trained to provide personalized care and support for residents experiencing Alzheimers or other types of dementia.At a memory care community in Mobile, AL such as Proveer at Heritage Woods, we offer a range of specialized activities and therapies that help residents maintain cognitive abilities, reduce anxiety and depression, and promote overall well-being. These activities and treatments may include a variety of purposeful programs.Recall TherapyThis therapy involves engaging residents in activities that evoke memories and experiences. This tool can include storytelling, music, and visual clues. The goal is to promote comfort and familiarity and help residents maintain a sense of identity and self-esteem.Cognitive Stimulation TherapyCognitive stimulation therapy involves various activities and exercises to help residents maintain cognitive skills such as memory, problem-solving, and attention. These activities may include games, puzzles, and other brain teasers.Physical Exercise and MovementPhysical exercise and movement are essential for maintaining physical and mental health and can help reduce the risk of falls and other injuries. At our community, we offer a range of fitness programs tailored to the individuals abilities and interests, including yoga, tai chi, and other gentle exercises.Art, Music, and Pet TherapyArt therapy involves engaging residents in creative activities such as painting, drawing, and sculpture.Studies show that dementia tends not to affect the part of the brain that recalls music. Singing and participating in rhythm is an excellent brain stimulator.Assisted living communities are generally pet-friendly. However, seniors with memory loss may not be able to care for a pet. Animal visits are an excellent source of joy for residents.These therapies are designed to promote self-expression, reduce anxiety and depression, and improve overall well-being.Sensory StimulationSensory stimulation involves engaging residents in activities that stimulate the five senses: Sight Sound Smell Taste Touch This treatment can include activities such as aromatherapy, hand massage, and tactile activities like pottery or gardening.Signature Alzheimers and Dementia Care in Mobile, AlabamaWhile in-home care can be a convenient option for some, there are several benefits to choosing a memory care community, like Proveer at Heritage Woods and our signature Cherish memory care program.Our associates specialize in memory care and are specifically trained to handle the unique challenges of dementia. We provide medication management, and assistance with activities of daily living such as: Bathing Dressing Grooming Additionally, our community provides a variety of amenities and services that can make life easier and more enjoyable for residents. For instance, each resident is equipped with a personal pendant that they can use to call for assistance whenever needed.The Dimensions of WellnessWe believe in supporting residents in all dimensions of wellness. We encourage residents to keep moving and pursue knowledge by exploring art and new interests. Residents have the opportunity to give back and use craft time to create gifts for local causes.Memory care residents can build relationships and live an enriched lifestyle with new friends. Group participation is encouraged, but our dementia care specialists can also create individualized approaches to wellness.Our ServicesOur Cherish Memory Care Program offers a range of services to support the health and well-being of our residents. These services include: Certified memory care professionals Personalized care plans Supervised transportation for appointments Housekeeping and home maintenance services Chef-prepared meals In-Home Care versus Memory CareIn-home caregiving can be a convenient choice for individuals who prefer to receive care in the comfort of their own homes. An in-home caregiver provides one-on-one support and assistance to help individuals with everyday tasks and activities.Home care is often used to give family caregivers respite or for seniors who do not have nearby support.The duties of an in-home caregiver can vary depending on the individuals needs and preferences, but they typically include: Assisting with bathing, dressing, and grooming Preparing meals and assisting with feeding Administering medication Assisting with mobility, including transferring and positioning Housekeeping and laundry services Providing transportation to appointments and errands Providing companionship and emotional support One of the biggest benefits of in-home caregiving is receiving personalized care in a familiar environment. A consistent environment can help reduce stress and anxiety and promote feelings of independence and autonomy.While in-home caregiving can be a great option, its important to note that individuals with dementia may thrive on social interaction and physical activity. In-home caregivers can provide some social interaction and assistance with physical activities. However, they may be unable to provide the level and variety of activities offered in a memory care community.The Cost Comparison Between Dementia Home Care and Memory Care at Proveer at Heritage Woods:In Mobile, the average cost for in-home care is around $3,813 per month, while the average cost for a memory care community is around $4,404 per month.It is important to note that memory care residents do not have all of the additional costs of living at home, such as utilities, property taxes, groceries, and transportation.Alzheimers and other forms of dementia are progressive. Over time symptoms will worsen, and loved ones will require more care and support to maintain their quality of life.In the early stages of Alzheimers or dementia, memory care may not be necessary. Many individuals with early-stage cognitive impairment can continue to live independently with the support of friends and family members. However, as the condition progresses, it may become more difficult for them to manage daily tasks and activities on their own.At some point, 24-hour supervision and care will be necessary to ensure the individuals well-being.Memory care communities offer an environment where residents can receive round-the-clock care from trained professionals. Its vital for individuals and families to understand the progressive nature of Alzheimers and dementia and to plan accordingly.While in the early stages, support from family members and home caregivers may be enough, memory care may become necessary.  Consider the Cherish Memory Care Program with Proveer at Heritage Woods for individualized, comprehensive, and cost-effective care. Schedule a tour by calling us at 251-665-9063 and see our Mobile Alzheimers and dementia care community in person.

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Understanding the Different Types of Caregivers

Understanding the Different Types of CaregiversOur care team at Answered Prayer Home Care consists of certified nursing assistants, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, home health aides, and  trained caregivers . We form a team for our clients with respect to the level of care needed to maintain an independent lifestyle. Our care providers are carefully matched to the preferences of our clients. Understand the different types of caregivers available in this helpful article published January 2018 by AARP.  Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) are not licensed and have varying levels of experience and training. They serve as helpers and companions providing conversation, bathing and dressing, neighborhood walks, light housekeeping and meals. They can offer transportation to shopping and appointments, as well as prescription pickup. Training requirements vary by state, and some states do not have formal requirements. PCAs are the least expensive care providers, but they are typically not covered by Medicare or other types of health insurance.Home Health Aides (HHAs) monitor the clients condition, check vital signs and assist with the necessary parts of daily living, including bathing, dressing and using the bathroom. HHAs also provide company, do light housekeeping and prepare meals. HHAs are trained and certified, and requirements differ from state to state.Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNAs) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) observe and report changes in the client, take vital signs, set up medical equipment, change dressings, clean catheters, monitor infections, conduct range-of-motion exercises, offer walking assistance and administer some treatments. All medical-related tasks are performed as directed by a Registered Nurse (RN) or Nurse Practitioner (NP). CNAs also provide personal care such as feeding, dental help, bathing, bathroom assistance and home tasks that include changing bed linens and serving meals.Skilled Nursing Providers meet federal standards for health and safety and are licensed by the state. They manage, observe and evaluate your family members care, and provide direct care that non-medical and home health aides cannot including administering IV drugs, tube feedings and shots; changing wound dressings; providing diabetes care; and providing caregiver and client education. Some are trained in physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Medicare covers home health skilled nursing care thats part time and intermittent, and arranged by a Medicare-Certified Home Health Agency (CHHA).Registered Nurses (RNs) hold a nursing diploma or associate degree in nursing (ADN), have passed the NCLEX-RN exam administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and have met all the other licensing requirements mandated by their states board of nursing. They provide direct care, can assist doctors in medical procedures, offer guidance to family members, operate medical monitoring equipment and administer medications.Answered Prayer Home Care has provided in-home care assistance to the Montgomery, Auburn, and Foley areas since 2011. Our goal is to provide assistance wherever a loved one lives, including private homes, independent or senior living facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, as well as hospitals.  Our clients lead dignified, independent lifestyles in the comfort and safety of their homes. By carefully assessing, fully understanding an individuals needs, and selectively placing trained personnel to meet these needs, we take pride in our professional caregiving service. This article was submitted by Amy Bice with Answered Prayer Home Care. Contact her at 251-943-3775 or amy@aphcs.com.

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What Causes a Hearing Aid to Stop Working?

If you care for your hearing aid properly and give it a little tender-loving care, it will serve you well. Unfortunately, as with most things, sometimes hearing aids stop working. If it does, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot, and, hopefully, get your hearing aid back up and running again.When your hearing aid seems to die, first check the opening of the speaker for wax and dirt. If you see some, use the tool that came with your hearing aid to clean the speaker and microphone. Then try your hearing aid again. With a bit of luck, the problem is solved! Blockage by wax is one of the most common causes of hearing aid malfunctions. Be sure to replace the wax guard, if your hearing aid has one, every two or three weeks to reduce wax build-up.Another common cause of a malfunctioning hearing aid is a weak or dead battery. Try placing a new battery into your hearing aid and retest it to see if it takes care of the problem. The best way to use a new battery is to peel off the tab and let it rest for five minutes before putting it into your hearing aid. This way, the battery gets a full charge and longer life.Check your hearing aid regularly to make sure there's no corrosion in the battery compartment. Corrosion can happen if your hearing aid is regularly exposed to moisture or humidity, so keep it as dry as possible. Use the drying kit that came with your hearing aid or ask your audiologist about getting one.Hopefully, after doing these two things, your hearing aid is functioning properly again. If not, make an appointment with your audiologist. They can look in your ear canals and make sure wax accumulation isn't affecting your ability to hear. If not, your audiologist may be able to troubleshoot and fix your hearing aid in the office. When necessary, they can send it to the manufacturer for further troubleshooting and repair.Almost anything malfunctions once in a while, but with proper care you should have less hearing aid downtime.This article was submitted by Naro Audiology.  You can find them online at narolaudiology.com or at one of their four locations.  Call 251-970-3277 for an appointment.

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What is the Marketplace?

What is the Marketplace?The health insurance Marketplace or Exchange is an online shopping center. Both federal Marketplace and state-based Marketplaces exist. Marketplace health plans are all required to offer the same essential health benefits, including doctor visits, preventive care, hospitalization, prescriptions, pregnancy and mental health, to name a few. In the Marketplace, you can:Find out if you qualify for a subsidy, tax credits or special programs.Compare plans based on cost, benefits, deductibles, etc.Apply for and enroll in a health plan.Resources like HealthCare.com can help you shop for Marketplace plans with ease and support, providing you with quotes and recommendations.Which Plan is Right For Me? There are four categories of plans through the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace. These categories will help you choose a plan thats right for you. The categories are based on the costs that the plan covers and the costs for which you will be responsible. In other words, the category you choose affects how much your premium costs each month and what portion of the bill you will pay for things like hospital visits or prescription medications. The plans in each category all offer the same set of essential health benefits. The categories do not reflect the quality or amount of care the plans provide. The four categories are:BronzeSilverGold PlatinumAs with all health plans, you will have a monthly payment (or premium). However, it is also important to understand how much of the out-of-pocket costs you will be responsible for when you receive care.A Bronze plan will likely have a lower premium, but you will pay a higher share of out-of-pocket costs when you receive care.Premiums are usually higher for plans that pay more of your out-of-pocket medical costs. For example, if you have a Gold plan, you will likely pay a higher premium, but may have lower costs when you go to the doctor or use other medical services.Platinum plans will likely have the highest monthly premiums and lowest out-of-pocket costs. The plan will pay more of the costs if you require frequent medical care.In general, when choosing your health plan, keep this in mind: the lower the premium, the higher the out-of-pocket costs when you need care; the higher the premium, the lower the out-of-pocket costs when you need care.Ask yourself, "Do you expect a lot of doctor visits or fill prescriptions on a regular basis"?If you answered yes to either of these questions, you may want to choose a Gold or Platinum plan.If not, you may prefer a Bronze or Silver plan. But keep in mind that if you have a health emergency,  Bronze and Silver plans will require you to pay more of the costs.The Marketplace also offers catastrophic plans to people under 30 years old and to some people with very low incomes.There are 4 Ways to How to Enroll:Over the Phone: Call the Marektplace Center at 844-248-7698Online: Visit the healthcare.gov site to apply and enroll on the web.Paper Application: If you don't have a computer or time to apply and enroll over the phone, you can call the Marketplace Center to get an application.In-Person Help: Contact Torri Peyton with Enroll Alabama at 251-465-5897 to set-up an appointment with a certified healthcare Navigator who will help you apply and enroll in the Marketplace.

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Touching Hearts Part Time CNA & Caregiver

Now Accepting applications for part-time C.N.A's & Caregivers in the Mobile, Daphne, Citronelle, and Saraland and surrounding areas.Please Apply in person at:3263 Demetropolis Rd. Ste.10 Mobile, AL. 36693 251-445-4204, or online at www.touchingheartsseniorcare.com, under careers, download the pdf file and either drop it off, email it to lisa@thscmobile.com, or fax back to (251) 445-4205.

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