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Peter Light of Freeport outlines the Primary Basis of Senior Care

October 2, 2020 GMT

South Portland ME - ( NewMediaWire ) - October 02, 2020 - Emphasizing the importance of both the social and personal requirements of the nation’s elderly citizens, senior care serves to provide these individuals with crucial assistance with—where necessary—their daily activities, health care, and more. A specialist in the field, Peter Light of Freeport offers an expert look at senior care as the CEO of a leading provider of senior care services, working to furnish the elderly with the dignified assistance which they deserve.

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“Senior care is the fulfillment of the individual needs and requirements unique to older citizens, including home care, assisted living, and residential and hospice care,” says Peter Light Freeport.

“There’s also an emphasis on the social requirements of more elderly individuals,” Peter Light Freeport goes on, “which are often of great importance to seniors who wish to age both happily and with dignity.”

Peter Light Freeport is the owner and CEO of Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine. Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine, headquartered in Portland, is a full-service, non-medical home care agency.

“Employing highly trained caregivers to help seniors with their activities of daily living, the assistance we offer enables older individuals to remain in the comfort of their own homes,” explains Peter Light Freeport, a graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.

This, Peter Light Freeport says, often facilitates keeping elderly individuals out of residential care facilities – something which is of great importance to many seniors, according to the expert and Bates College alumnus, who earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the leading liberal arts institution in 1993.

Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine and its caregivers, under CEO Peter Light Freeport, specialize in providing assistance with activities such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, household chores and cleaning, transportation, shopping, and other errands.

Peter Light Freeport and his team also provide grooming help, medication reminders, and more. “We’re on hand to provide most forms of non-medical assistance,” he explains. “If you or a loved one could use help with these or other activities of daily living, we invite you to contact us for a free care needs consultation,” says Peter Light Freeport, “with an experienced member of the Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine team.”

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Peter Light Freeport and Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine’s trained and compassionate caregivers provide the highest-quality, in-home assistance to seniors living in Bath, Biddeford, Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, Falmouth, Freeport, Gorham, Kennebunkport, Ogunquit, Portland, Saco, Sanford, Scarborough, South Portland, Topsham, Wells, Westbrook, Windham, Yarmouth, and York.

“Our involvement doesn’t simply end with caregiver placement, either,” notes Peter Light Freeport. “We also monitor our caregivers and regularly check in with clients and their families,” he adds, wrapping up, “to ensure that we’re doing all we can to help them live happier, safer, and more fulfilled lives.”

To find out more, visit the Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine website, or search online for Amada Senior Care of Southern Maine.