Pasadena, CA, February 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- In late October Hello! Home Care launched an exciting new way to connect seniors with the World Wide Web. It’s not everyday that one can go online and find quirky and entertaining praises to seniors. But Hello! Home Care implemented a wildly interesting way to share the stories of seniors worldwide.
The point of creating the sensational senior app was to provide an outlet for individuals to post and share stories of the senior citizens that are extraordinary, quirky, or ordinarily interesting. Each month a senior is recognized and awarded flowers. Although Hello! Home Care is based in Pasadena, they wanted to encourage individuals to share stories of seniors in their life from across the globe. This was accomplished with October’s Sensational Senior Piedad de la Cruz Acosta de Cabrera. Her granddaughter, Emma Mendoza from Tegucigalpa, Honduras submitted a heartfelt story of her grandmother Piedad, describing her as having “a heart covered in golden honey.”
The process for submitting seniors is simple and can be accessed one of two ways. The first way is directly on Hello! Home Care‘s website www.hellohomecare.com and located on the bottom of the page you can find the Sensational Senior link. Once you’re on the page you can submit photos and stories of your senior. You can scroll through past submissions for more inspiration.
The second way to access the app is through Facebook. By logging on to your Facebook account and going on to the Hello! Home Care page you can click on the Sensational Seniors icon on the left side of the page. The layout is similar to the design found on Hello! Home Care’s website.
Hello! Home Care is a Pasadena Home Care Agency
and Los Angeles County’s premier provider of in-home care and assistance. Their goal is to provide individualized home care service
to seniors in the comfort, privacy, and safety of their “home.” Hello! Home Care’s personalized care extends from the active senior who just needs a few hours a day here and there, to the homebound, ill, or disabled that may need daily or 24 hour home care