As human beings we value the experience that comes with age. We are reminded over and over again with statement like "respect your elders"; promoting age as something to be cherished and respected.
Golden Age Living highlights two major approaches to help ease the journey of the elder: adopting practice of mindfulness, which make us more self-aware and fully present with the person with whom we are caring; and honoring "the spirit side" of caregiving witch offers new ways of connecting to one another.
We always give the gift of care to the needy, without even thinking once about who is going to be there when it is time fir them to be cared for...selflessly we just believe in giving...is the noble thing, the most divine thing. We think that old age is not a disease- it is strength and survivorship, triumph over all kinds of vicissitudes and disappointments, trials and illness, and that help us to appreciate more the old people.
Our mission is to offer the elders a colloquial, sincere, worm place in the form of a second family in which they can live without worries and discomfort. Our mission can be assumed in terms of socio-community responsibility, providing optimal context for maintaining the physical and mental integrity of the elderly, for preserving and prolonging life, for ameliorating medical affection and preenhacing worsening.