Sun Health Foundation Fashion Show

By |2020-05-12T02:39:40-07:00February 17th, 2013|Community Support, Elder Care, Sun Health Foundation, What Services are Included with Senior In-Home Care?|

Many thanks to our friends that helped fund the renovation of two 40-year-old operating suites at Banner Boswell Medical Center into one state-of-the-art hybrid operating suite by attending the Sun Health Foundation Fashion Show.  We are proud that Penny Karle, Community Outreach at Adultcare Assistance, was part of the planning Read More ...

Adultcare Assistance Funds Golf Cart Safety

By |2020-05-12T02:39:40-07:00November 12th, 2012|Community Support, PORA (Sun City West Property Owners and Residents Association), SCHOA (Sun City Home Owner Association), Senior Care, Sun City, Sun City Posse, Sun City West, Sun City West Sheriff's Posse, What Services are Included with Senior In-Home Care?|

November 12, 2012 – Sun City, Arizona  “SAFETY While Traveling in Our Retirement Community” has been a passion for Adultcare Assistance owner Krystal Wilkinson since her grandfather lost his life in a golf cart accident.  Today, Krystal was recognized along with SCW Commander Joe McArdle for their support of this Read More ...

Banner Sun Health Annual Gala 2012

By |2020-05-12T02:39:40-07:00November 1st, 2012|Community Support, Home Care Standards, Sun Health Foundation, What Services are Included with Senior In-Home Care?|

Are you going . . . to the Healthy SUNsations Annual Gala on Saturday November 10th?  If so, then stop by the silent auction to win this bundle for your family - a Chevrolet Camaro, a huge Mini-Mouse and an IPOD Shuffle all donated by Adultcare Assistance. This battery-operated red Read More ...

Any Grandpa Would Be Proud!

By |2020-05-12T02:39:40-07:00October 17th, 2012|Alzheimer's Disease, Arizona, Caregivers, Community Support, Elder Care, Sun City, What Services are Included with Senior In-Home Care?|

At the Walk to End ALZ in Sun City yesterday, registered participants received Promise Flowers.  Each flower represents a commitment to remember, to honor, to care and to fight Alzheimer’s Disease.  The diverse reasons for making these commitments are represented by the variety of colors.  The yellow flowers represent caregivers.

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