Do you have a loved one who may no longer be able to drive safely? Are you an older person who has made the decision to put away the keys? This can be
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I was referred by a friend to connect my parents who were in great need as the family was busy transitioning them to Virginia from Maryland. We, my siblings and I, were overwhelmed with our parents many perpetual needs and you were like an oasis in difficult times. We are grateful we found you, but ever more grateful that you are there. What a beautiful organization it is. The volunteers are gems, truly. God bless you for your work. – Child of Aging Parents"
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