Published On: Wed, Mar 24th, 2021

New Local Business Offers In-Home Aging Solution for the Future

Home Instead focuses on in-home care in the Palm Beaches.

Boca Raton, FL  Recognizing the growing needs of seniors for in-home care, a new business owned by Susan Witting has opened in Boca Raton serving families in Palm Beach, Martin and Okeechobee County.

While recently opened, Witting’s Home Instead® office is already having an impact on the community by providing quality care for seniors. According to the United Nations, the global population over the age of 65 is expected to triple to 426 million by the year 2050.

“We are seeing a huge shift when it comes to families making serious decisions about the care of their aging loved ones,” Witting said. “We offer a highly sought-after service, especially as families look for safe and dependable care in light of the current pandemic. Our professional CAREGivers provide personal care including bathing, dressing, meal preparation, errand running and companionship, all while allowing our clients to remain safely in their home with greater independence.”

The office is part of the largest in-home care network in the country.

“Our research shows most seniors would prefer to age in their own home,” said Witting. “And I experienced this with my own father, who was able to stay in his own home with the help of Home Instead.”

Many families call the Boca Raton office each week looking for advice and information as they attempt to navigate through uncharted territory, searching for personal care solutions (like this one) for their loved ones. You may visit the site for senior care program offerings. You may also check out Palm Vista Senior Living and similar services to get an idea.

“Most are anxious or concerned because they don’t know where to turn,” Witting said. “Our website has resources which are free for everyone because we are committed to supporting our community. We are here to provide care, and I’m very proud of that.”

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