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Ribbon Cutting for Advertiser Home Helpers will be this Saturday, July 26

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President of Home Helpers & Direct Link of South King County, Joey Sposari.

A ribbon cutting ceremony for new Advertiser Home Helpers and Direct Link of South King County will be held this Saturday, July 26 at 11:30 a.m. at their new location at 213 SW 160th Street in Burien, and all are invited.

Home Helpers & Direct Link of South King County is an in-home care provider service specializing in senior care, respite care, and companion care, offering light housekeeping, grocery shopping, meal preparation, laundry, medication reminders, prescription pick-up, errands, escort to doctors, personal emergency response systems and much more.

Ranked #1 in Senior Care, they employ a team of CNA’s and caregivers that are local, experienced and compassionate.

Normandy Park resident and President of Home Helpers & Direct Link of South King County, Joey Sposari, tells us:

“My interest in in-home care started as I watched my in-laws’ health decline. My wife did the best she could to care for them – I could see the love and compassion she had – but it was difficult. Through my personal experience, I realize the enormous need there is in assisting and caring for people in the comfort of their own homes.”

Home Helpers & Direct Link of South King County offers free in-home consultations and work closely with each client to create a flexible and affordable care plan based on individual needs. Home Helpers’ full-range of home care services empower seniors to live healthier and more rewarding lives in the privacy, safety, and comfort of their own homes.

“More than caregivers, we are family.” ~ Joey Sposari/President

The Sposari family has resided in West Seattle and surrounding areas for more than 60 years, and during that time the entire family belongs to and is active with Holy Rosary Church. Joey and his siblings went to Kennedy High and have a strong sense of community. The family still gets together at Joey’s parents house in West Seattle every Sunday for “pasta with Ma”. Family is extremely important to Joey, who adds:

“For me personally, being in the Home Care field gives me a certain sense of family, because our caregivers become an extension of family for so many by enabling people to live their life in the comfort of their own homes and retain their independence, just like one big happy family.”

For more information about how Home Helpers & Direct Link of South King County in Burien can help you and your family, call (206) 805-6771, email [email protected] or visit www.BurienHomeCare.com.

Also, be sure to “Like” them on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/HomeHelpersSouthKingCounty

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