, Kingston, NH

June 13, 2013

Service for Seniors

Carriage Towne News

---- — EXETER — Beginning immediately, seniors who live at home can receive morning telephone calls to see if everything is OK. The program is called “Homewatch Calls” is provided at no cost to participants.

For some seniors, particularly those living by themselves, they may feel that a quick call each morning is a comforting and desired program to participate in. To participate in “Homewatch Calls” a senior simply needs to contact Homewatch Caregivers and request to be enrolled in the program. Prior to beginning service some background information such as medical history, emergency contacts and directions to your home need to be gathered.

Don and Kathy Marshall operate Homewatch Caregivers in Exeter and provide home care services throughout the seacoast region and provide “Homewatch Calls” to any senior in the area without any cost or obligation. As Don said, “Homewatch Calls” is a simple program that will allow some people to be more comfortable and to Stay Safe.

Anyone who wants to participate, or if you have questions, is encouraged to contact Homewatch Caregivers, 92 Portsmouth Avenue, Suite 20, Exeter, 603-580-1595 or email