Memory Care America – Where Those with Cognitive Challenges Can Find A Safe Port!
San Antonio, Texas, October 5, 2022 – Clearday (CLRD-OTCQX) is pleased to recognize the leadership team at its Naples, Florida, cognitive care center for outstanding services to secure and protect our residents and guests last week as Hurricane Ian bore down on Florida.
Clearday has been a public company for almost one year. It is times like last week we all should realize that it is the people that make the economy go around. We all care about market value, revenue, and future growth; yet, when you see the devastation “mother nature” brought in a few hours in Florida, it is people like:
- Hannah Dubberly
- Rebecca Kampen
- Marie Casimir
- Michael Davey
These folks allow Clearday to still provide the finest services in cognitive care in Naples,” said James Walesa, CEO of Clearday. Memory Care America is proud of all of the Naples team, and we appreciate their service to our residents and guests. “We now are back to day-to-day care in Naples – thanks to this great team,” said Linda Carrasco, President of Memory Care America.
Clearday™ is an innovative non-acute longevity healthcare services company with a modern, hopeful vision for making high-quality care options more accessible, affordable, and empowering for older Americans and those who love and care for them. Clearday has a decade-long experience in non-acute care through its subsidiary Memory Care America, which operates highly rated residential memory care communities in four U.S. states. Clearday at Home – its digital service – brings Clearday to the intersection of telehealth, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and subscription-based content.
Learn more about Clearday at www.myclearday.com.
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