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Caregiver Services Applauds Brain Fitness Program of Tee Barr and Other Senior Living Facility
Date:10/28/2013

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 28, 2013

Caregiver Services (CS) applauds Brain Fitness Education Program designed and facilitated by Tee Barr and Paul Barr conducted at different senior living facilities like Atria Senior Living, University Village, Monarch and senior centers at Thousand Oaks, Goebel Adult Community Center and Senior Concerns Adult Day Care Center. Caregiver Services and Home Care Inc. (CS) http://www.mycaregiverservices.com will collaborate with Brain Fitness expert Tee Barr and other senior advocates to conduct other Brain Fitness Education class as part of its Continuing Health Education Program to continue to promote cognitive stimulation that can help fight or slow down the development of dementia.

CS Director for Business Development and Training Randy Clarito with the strong team effort and collaboration with Area Managers Arnold Navarro and Anne Capili will roll out 'Continuing Health Education' projects within the next one year to senior living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, senior adult day care centers and senior centers. The CS group will select the right venue to continue the advocacy of implementing cognitive stimulation and brain exercises program to benefit more seniors same as what the recipients of the Brain Fitness Class of Tee Barr have enjoyed over the past 5 years. CS can involve Brain Fitness group in its 'Caregiver University' inductive training class to orient and train all caregivers to enable them to conduct their own simple brain fitness exercise program on a regular schedule to optimize it results.

CS in-house 'Caregiver University' will continue to strengthen its Training modules in the next years to come which includes CS company service philosophy, vision/ mission/ core values, STAR philosophy, effective communication to people
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