Always in Touch Provides Free Daily Phone Calls to Seniors & Disabled Adults

Roseville, CA (January 23, 2012)


Always in Touch, a free telephone reassurance program for seniors living alone and disable adults sponsored by Always Best Care Senior Services, is now expanding on a national basis.
The USA’s fastest growing Senior Care franchisor over the past two years according to Entrepreneur Magazine, Always Best Care provides non-medical in-home care, assisted living placement services and skilled home health care through an international network of more than 175 independently owned and operated franchised territories.
Always in Touch represents is our way of giving back to the communities we serve,” said Michael Newman, founder and Chief Executive Officer of California-based Always Best Care. “When a senior needs someone to reach out to them, we’ll be there with a daily phone call to help them maintain contact with the outside world, remind them to take their medications, and generally provide peace of mind for the seniors and their families. Best of all, it’s free!”
Anyone can fall or become ill during the night. If someone lives alone, a fall or illness during the night can be disastrous. Who will know? When will help come?
“That’s what Always in Touch is all about,” explained Mr. Newman. “We provide a daily ‘safety check’ phone call to seniors who live alone.”
There are a variety of national telephone reassurance programs available on a paid basis, he added. Additionally, many communities have social agencies which may provide similar services. “Always in Touch is the only free national service of its kind,” said Mr. Newman. “Through Always in Touch, family members can arrange for calls to their parents or other loved ones from virtually anywhere in the country, something that local services organizations cannot do.”
The service consists of free daily phone calls which provide much-needed social contact, and serves as a check on seniors’ safety and welfare. The well-being of participating seniors is the number one priority of Always in Touch.
Always in Touch provides a friendly voice each weekday for seniors and disabled adults. Importantly, though, Always in Touch is not a referral service or medical alert system, nor is it a substitute for professional medical advice or the care that patients receive from their physicians and medical advisors.
Individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a caregiver, medical professional, social worker, family member or other service provider. Always in Touch serves seniors or disabled adults who are homebound, isolated, living alone, or in need of daily contact. This may be temporary while recuperating from an illness or surgery, or it may be a more permanent situation. Always in Touch agents will make at least two attempts to reach a senior for a scheduled call; if there is no answer, they will try to reach a designated emergency contact.
Always in Touch will also help build awareness and recognition of the Always Best Care presence in the local community, and help build trust and preference for always Best Care services, according to Mr. Newman.
For more information or to register for daily calls from Always in Touch, call toll-free 1-855-710-CALL (2255), visit the website at, or contact your local Always Best Care office (visit for a complete list of locations).

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About Always Best Care


Always Best Care Senior Services, (, founded in 1996 by Michael Newman, is based on the belief that having the right people for the right level of care means peace of mind for the client and family. Always Best Care Senior Services has assisted over 25,000 seniors, representing a wide range of illnesses and personal needs. This has established the company as one of the premier providers of in-home care, assisted living placement assistance, and skilled home health care. Franchise opportunities are available to individuals interested in leveraging the company’s clear strategy and proven track record for delivering affordable, dependable service to area seniors.



Barry J. Parrish



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