Active Companionship is a term we use to describe how our personal assistants actively engage with you to explore your interests. This is always done in a non-intrusive manner with respect for personal privacy. When you decide there is an endeavor that interests you, we are there to help make it happen.
To support this process, you and our personal assistants have access to Broad Street Concierge, a service that can plan and coordinate activities. This includes everything from restaurant or event reservations, to getting tickets, to arranging for transportation. And as always, our personal assistants are there to accompany you.
One particular area of engagement we feel is important for everyone is social interaction, particularly with family. To that end, our personal assistants are trained to help you easily communicate with friends and family. In addition to our Family Portal, we can assist you in communicating through email, or even setting up and managing a Social Media account. With today’s technology, there are many ways to stay touch. With Broad Street, we make it easy.
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All of the additional services are focused on enhancing our premium level of care. They each incorporate our key capabilities and showcase how Broad Street can serve your personal care needs while also enabling a more active lifestyle
Highly experienced Geriatric Care Managers (GCM) serve as your personal advocate for health related needsRead More
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To learn more about how Broad Street can meet your needs, call us or send us a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
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