Akash Brahmbhatt: Excellent Care

Akash Brahmbhatt is the co-owner of residential care facilities in Texas. Silver Hills Assisted Living has locations in six communities, while Caring Hands Personal Care Home is located in Porter.

He knows better than most that caring for senior citizens is more important than it ever has been. People in America are enjoying longer lifespans than ever before. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that people who reach the age of sixty-five can expect to live another 19.3 years, on average.

Akash Brahmbhatt has always had a lot of sympathy for others, and this is reflected by the residents of his homes. “I have been so blessed to be at Caring Hands,” said one.

That doesn’t mean they will avoid the inevitable physical and mental declines associated with aging. The CDC says that forty-one percent of Americans over the age of sixty-five say their health is either very good, or excellent. We can all do more to improve the chances we’ll have healthier golden years by making good lifestyle choices, such as not smoking or quitting if you do; eating a well-balanced diet; and staying physically active.

Akash Brahmbhatt takes pride in his work, and is passionate about providing excellent care for seniors.

Also Read: Akash Brahmbhatt – Qualities Of A Great Assisted Living Facility


About Akash Brahmbhatt

Akash Brahmbhatt says that to run a truly successful business you need to have the organizational skills to break up each task into tasks that are far easier to complete. Over the years he has learned much about the business, and has now begun to focus on the future of the industry. He says that elderly care is a hotly debated topic in America, and that they are currently experience much reform. In this regard his facility is ahead of the curve, constantly remaining vigilant to keep the facility up to date in all aspects. Akash says that the next step is going green in assisted living.
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