Peter Mangiola Discussing Landmark Discount for Senior Live-In Care October 4th, on WOBM 1160 & 1310AM for NJ's Burlington, Camden, Atlantic, Gloucester & Ocean Counties
The Senior discount ranges from 37 to 42 percent of the average rate charged for live-in caregivers. This contrasts with the nursing home care cost, which can run from $300 to $400 a day. The Senior Discount Program gives new clients of Senior Helpers of Southern New Jersey a discounted rate as low as $160 per day.
Peter is a regular senior wellness expert on the live weekly call-in radio broadcast “Keeping Financially Fit with Kathy A. Nolan” on WOBM 1160 & 1310AM Fridays at 10 a.m.
During the hour-long live broadcast, Peter and Kathy will answer questions live on the station’s call-in number: 848-221-8092.
The discount ranges from 37 to 42 percent of the average rate charged for live-in caregivers. This contrasts with the nursing home care cost, which can run from $300 to $400 a day. The Senior Discount Program gives new clients of Senior Helpers of Southern New Jersey a discounted rate as low as $160 per day.
The promotion is in response to the financial challenges faced by seniors brought on by inflation, taxes and a hard-to-manage health care system.
The promotion began September 18, 2013 and runs through October 31, 2013. The promotion is exclusively available to seniors for live-in care for residents of Camden, Burlington, Atlantic, Gloucester and Ocean Counties of New Jersey.
To receive the discount, call 732-657-3600 or 609-261-2995.
Senior Helpers is an award-winning company with nearly 300 franchises in 40 states that connects professional caregivers with seniors who wish to live at home as opposed to a nursing or assisted living facility. Senior Helpers strives to be the leading companion and personal care provider that offers dependable, consistent and affordable home care. The company offers a wide range of personal and companion care services to assist seniors living independently with a strong focus on quality of life for the client and peace of mind for their families.
About Peter Mangiola, RN, MSN
Peter Mangiola speaks and consults on a regular basis to senior citizen facilities, group homes and church groups. He strives to serve seniors by informing them and their families about resources, and mistakes to avoid when the elderly become limited in their choices by either health or cognitive issues.
Peter Mangiola, a registered nurse, received his degree from The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in 1980, and since has served in Emergency, Recovery, Cardiac Care, and Electrophysiology departments, including three years as an Oncology Director and eight years as Charge Nurse for a cardiovascular nursing unit. Mr. Mangiola worked with several major hospitals as a traveling Registered Nurse, including:
• Temple University Hospital
• Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
• The Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania