We believe that service to humanity is the best work of life. We devote our time, energy, and financial resources to great ideas, causes, and other services that enhance the lives of those around us. At Home Instead Senior Care we believe that making our community a better place to live is not only a mission we all should be passionate about, but more so a responsibility as good citizens.
The following is a list of some of the areas we focus on with financial and hands-on support:Alzheimer’s AssociationActive Aging WeekBelgrade Senior CenterBozeman Health Deaconess HospitalBozeman High HawksBozeman Senior CenterBoy Scouts of AmericaCancer Support CommunityDaughters of the American RevolutionGallatin Empire Garden ClubInteract of Bozeman High SchoolMontana Association for the BlindGallatin County Council on AgingMontana State UniversityMountains of CourageMuseum of the RockiesSanta to a SeniorSt. Catherine’s Clinic-BelgradeBozeman Area Chamber of CommerceBozeman Sunrise Rotary ClubBook Giveaway for Second GradersKid’s Fishing DayFix-Up FestivalThe Knights of ColumbusWalk to End Alzheimer’sWarriors and Quiet WatersWe also provide public education programs on the following topics. If you are part of a group in our community be it a church, non-profit, educational facility, senior community, or any group that would like a presentation on the following topics, please contact us. These are presented by our RN as well as our Client Care Consultant and Certified Senior Advisor.Alzheimer’s & dementiaAging in StyleNutritionSafe SeniorsThe Aging ProcessBuilding RelationshipsHealth & FitnessOf course the work we do with seniors and their families is extremely important. Building trust and sharing our heart helps to fulfill our core values. This past year was our seventh annual “Be a Santa to a Senior” project. Through the help of many area non-profits and for profits we were able to give over 2000 wrapped gifts to 420 seniors in our area that were lonely or struggling financially making them a wonderful Christmas that otherwise would not have happened.
We are locally owned and operated and have the benefit of over 1200 Home Instead franchises globally through our network headquartered in Omaha. In over 25 years of caring for seniors, Home Instead has had the opportunity to learn from literally hundreds of thousands of CAREGivers and clients the best practices and needs of seniors. We are able to enhance their lives through our program, Changing Aging through Research & Education. All offices around the world engage in their communities as part of our culture. It is a great company with great people that we are proud to be a part of. We are particularly grateful to be a member of our remarkable community and will continue to support and make it better for all concerned.
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