CareWorks Houston Home Care Agency Unveils Blog with Social Media Integration to Reach Out to Seniors and Families

CareWorks, a Houston, Texas home care agency, has unveiled a new blog integrating social media with an aim to better communicate with seniors and their families in the city. 

Keeping up with and leveraging modern technology for better and more personalized service, CareWorks has recently unveiled a new blog with the sole purpose to communicate with Houston seniors and their families.

The new blog will provide insightful information about senior living and elder care issues, including helpful tips, bulletins and important local information.

In these modern times, social media plays a key role in relaying messages and keeping people informed. Recognizing this fact, CareWorks.biz has integrated social media features to the new blog – allowing CareWorks to interact with potential clients on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter. The Houston home care agency also hinted of more social media profiles for integration in the future.

CareWorks president William Hardy states: “We wanted an effective way to communicate with Houston area seniors and their families. The new blog and social media platform allows us to provide valuable tips, precautions and other helpful information to people looking at home care as an elder care option. We can now interact with them through multiple channels.”

Caregiving for a loved one is an option that many families make in order to attend to the needs of an elderly person who often suffers from various conditions that come with age, such as Alzheimer’s disease. Home care agencies are expected to provide care under complex circumstances, addressing the physical and emotional needs of an elderly or an infirm individual.

When deciding on seeking outside caregiving assistance, families in Houston, Texas can turn to CareWorks, a team of highly qualified professionals providing non-medical home care, as well as companionship home care and assistance for the elderly and those recovering from an illness or injury.

Serving the North, Northwest Harris County and surrounding areas in Houston, CareWorks offers medication reminders, meal preparation, laundry services, appointment escorting, light housekeeping and companionship services.

To learn more about the home care services of CareWorks and discover the new blog, please visit http://careworks.biz/houston-home-care-blog/ for information.

Company Contact Information

William Hardy
CareWorks
12337 Jones Rd, Suite 200-26 Houston, TX 77070
Tel: 832-237-2273

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About

William Hardy, Jr., is co-founder and President of CareWorks in Houston, Texas, a home care services agency. He is a leader in the elder care community as well as an advocate for the well being and dignity of our senior citizens. William is a third generation Houstonian. He and his wife Holly, a fifth generation Houstonian, love Houston and the people, especially its senior citizens. They have been married for over 25 years and have two sons.

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One Response to CareWorks Houston Home Care Agency Unveils Blog with Social Media Integration to Reach Out to Seniors and Families

  1. Jill Feuk says:

    Hi William,
    This is a wonderful undertaking…..and so very needed!
    I haven’t yet been to the website, but will do so.
    If you think I could be of any help, please let me know.
    Besides the offer of my design skills, I also have 2 behavioral-accredited, attention-loving dogs that might make house visits even more enjoyable for some who are animal lovers.
    I thank you and Holly for making this possible, and I wish you the best with CareWorks.
    Sincerely,
    Jill Feuk

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