SYNERGY Homecare is a workplace and community of people that serve and care. We love that many of our owners are current and former members of the military and we pride ourselves in caring for our veterans who deserve extra time and attention. We know that your words can make a difference, lift a spirit, create an experience and rekindle a sense of pride in the service veterans in your community have offered.Read More
Understanding Veterans benefits is important when determining if you qualify. Our newest blog can teach you some basic knowledge you'll need when applying for Veteran's benefits.Read More
Support veterans on Veterans' Day with these poppy pins you can make with your client.Read More
They are our brothers and sisters. Our mothers and fathers. Our aunts, uncles, grandparents, friends and neighbors. They are Veterans and today we honor their service and sacrifice in the name of freedom and America.
A full decade after the 9/11 attacks and ensuing combat in the middle east, we have a better scope of the motivators behind the defense of our country. For our newest franchise owner Jay Portadin in Bordentown, New Jersey, the anniversary of 9/11 is very personal. Jay is a retired NYPD officer and was one of the first responders to the emergency calls from the World Trade Center and an eyewitness to the events at Ground Zero ten years ago. Jay is also an example of brave acts of our nation’s law enforcement officers and veterans.
“Life begins at 55” goes the expression, and for 26 years veterans have been proving it by challenging themselves physically at the National Veterans Golden Age Games. Veterans 55 and older participate, and the competition is the largest for this age group of military veterans in the world. This year, the events are scheduled for May 26 to 31 in Hawaii.
The sports clinic takes a holistic approach to rehabilitation by encouraging veterans’ caregivers to also participate in the sporting events. Sharing the moment with a spouse or loved one, or with a VA physical or recreational therapist, makes it that much more satisfying. Veterans can strengthen their bodies, as well as their sense of being and self-worth.Read More
Caregivers and veterans have a special relationship. A study by the National Alliance for Caregiving, “Caregivers of Veterans — Serving on the Homefront,” found that many family caregivers have served in the military, and often their recipients are veterans. In the study, the NAC assessed the needs of these caregivers and the veterans they care for.