CaraVita Home Care Open House

With Ribbons Cut, an Open House

Wait…have you heard that we moved? To christen the property at 648 Mimosa, we hosted a ribbon-cutting open house on June 26.

Among the sights and sounds: Jazz and Bluegrass on the front porch compliments of the Brent Warnock Band, ladies in derby hats per the southern tradition, and demonstrations of many new technologies that allow seniors to maintain independence at home.

Among the innovations on display was our expanded Smart House, as well as offerings from partners that included an automated medication dispenser, in home tele-monitoring, cognitive fitness games, assistive devices for dementia therapy and adaptive home modifications. Even if you missed the event, we’re always happy to demonstrate the technology that helps keep your loved ones independent.

At the ribbon cutting ceremony, CaraVita Home Care opened the new property with a who’s-who of local leadership. State Senator John Albers, Roswell Mayor Jere Wood, Roswell Councilwomen Betty Price and Nancy Diamond, and Doreen Scascitelli of Roswell Business Alliance were among those on-hand. Prayers and blessings were delivered by Roswell United Methodist Senior Pastor Dr. Mike Long.

CaraVita Home Care founder and CEO Beth Cayce said, "For CaraVita, the goal has always been to help the families of Roswell and North Metro Atlanta meet the challenges of care giving. In our new facility, we can offer Roswell’s only Smart House and a variety of training courses for both clients and senior care professionals. It is our greatest hope that we might keep seniors in their homes safely, and as independent as possible."

Did you miss the open house? Stop by anytime to see the new location, and visit the event photo gallery here.

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