Our Seniors Deserve the Best Care. So We Need Your Support.

 

Most of us at some point in our lives have encountered this situation with someone we know, most likely someone we love. They get older, and they just can’t do the things they once did. And that means they can’t live the way they once lived.

 

What would you give to know that someone you loved wasn’t suffering? To know that they were cared for and had access to innovative technology and expert medical support?

 

That’s the care that Sagepoint Senior Living Services provides each day. But it isn’t easy.

 

To continue to provide the highest levels of care, we rely on the generosity of donors within our community. In fact, we’ve just launched our end-of-year giving campaign. We’re calling it Grateful Hearts, because we would be so grateful to have your support.

 

It takes just minutes to visit our Giving page and make a tax-deductible, year-end gift to Sagepoint. You can even set up recurring payments to keep sending your support and your love all year.

 

Why is this so important?

 

The number of Americans ages 65 and older is greater than it has ever been. In Charles County alone, the number of residents ages 80 to 84 is expected to double in the next five years. The amount of care these men and women need — and will need — is significant.

 

Sagepoint relies in large part on funding from government programs. Funding for these programs is shrinking, and we desperately need to make up the difference and then some.

 

Every day, we provide a full spectrum of services for our patients, including Adult Day Services, Rehabilitation, Assisted Living, Long-Term Care, Memory Care and Home Care.

 

Last year’s giving campaign helped fund our music therapy program for residents with dementia patients, upgrade technology infrastructure and purchase new equipment to enhance resident’s comfort and staff safety. It was a great start, but there’s so much more we can do for our seniors.

 

Will you help us ensure that the care we provide remains second to none?