Come join us for Super Hero Trivia night! Help us raise funds to help put an end to Alzheimer’s! doors open 5:30 pm August 29th at the Joplin VFW!! To register a team contact Samantha Whittaker at 417-461-4025 or firstname.lastname@example.org and don’t Adelmo family care is putting together our walk to end Alzheimer’s team for 2022. If you would like to join our team, please go to act.alz.org/Joplin *go to register *click on join team *search Adelmo Nobel protectors and join! Or you can create a team of your own and join us in the fight to end Alzheimer’s please save the date 10/1/22 on your calendar and come walk with us!
John Good owns and operates Adelmo Family Care.He lives on a small acreage north of Webb City and has lived in the area since 1972.John started Adelmo Family Care in 2009 when he saw a need to be filled. He felt that the area needed a quality, locally run agency that would focus on three key ingredients; compassion, professionalism and independence.
To provide the safest and most qualified caregivers, John felt it was important to properly screen and train caregivers before they were invited into the homes of the families being care for.No caregiver is introduced to a client before being taught the Adelmo Standard.
Adelmo is German for Noble Protector, a name that projects what Adelmo Family Care strives to be.It is our goal to protect our elderly from having to move somewhere they do not want to go, while remaining safe, secure and independent.
Care is our Product and Independence is our Goal.We are there for you when you need to have some help to continue to live independently, at your direction, in your home. We will work with you to get you as fit as possible so you may become completely independent once again, if at all possible.
We provide compassionate care, a watchful eye and a helping hand to our clients and their families.
We can't wait to meet you!
Adelmo Family Care is a member of the Home Care Association of America, The Senior’s Choice, The Webb City Chamber of Commerce, The Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce and several local senior committees.
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