Exton, PA, June 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Search no further for the perfect gift for a mature adult. Gift giving for Father’s Day, the third Sunday in June, has just become easier. Forget the Father’s Day tie or slippers. Give a gift of service instead. Virtual assistance gift certificates are now available for Father’s Day.
A conversation with her own dad led Debbie Lynn Butler, founder of AVA Professional Support Services, to explore virtual assistant (VA) services that benefit seniors. “I spend my day assisting small business owners and authors with proofreading, copy writing and editing, and various administrative and Web-related tasks. My dad needs similar services for different reasons. Instead of a proofreader, he needs someone to read the fine print on official documents. Instead of a copy writer, he wants a recorder of his story. Instead of an administrative assistant, he could use reminders to send birthday cards and help with Internet research,” commented Ms. Butler. “This is why we reintroduced virtual assistance gift certificates for Father’s Day.”
In an informal survey, time and attention were high on the list of gifts of service. Other contenders were adult care, auto upkeep, computer maintenance, errand running, grocery shopping, help paying bills, home repairs, house cleaning, meal preparation, transportation, and yard work. Those who are unable to provide these services personally for loved ones because of busy schedules or distance may choose to have a VA research available non-virtual service providers.
Whatever choice you make, do it for dad this Father’s Day.
Debbie Lynn Butler, founder of AVA Professional Support Services, is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, an EthicsCheck certified member of the International Virtual Assistants Association, and a VAccolade Award winner. AVA Professional Support Services provides administrative support to individuals and businesses. They specialize in enabling clients to look more professional in print and on-line with proofreading and wordsmith services. For more information, visit their Web site at http://www.avapss.net.