Akash Brahmbhatt: Maintaining Dignity

Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife have been the owners of Silver Hills Assisted Living and the Caring Hands Personal Care Home in Texas for the last five years. They take great pride in their work, and are passionate about what they do.

One of their clients had reservations about leaving her mother in assisted living. But she told Akash Brahmbhatt that she is greatly relieved with how things have turned out. “She has many needs as she approaches her 90th birthday, and you show her unconditional love as you care for her,” the client said. “You treat her as a family member helping her to maintain her dignity in spite of her Alzheimer’s disease. Thank you, and may God bless both of you!”

Also Watch at Vimeo: Akash Brahmbhatt – Assisted Living Facilities in Texas

Senior citizens are the fastest-growing segment of the American population. As a group, they face numerous health issues, such as arthritis, heart disease, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer’s disease, to name just a few. Alzheimer’s, in fact, claims tens of thousands of lives every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control, so providing Alzheimer’s patients with proper health care is essential.

Akash Brahmbhatt says that buying an assisted living facility has been a life-changing event for him, and that he is committed to providing residents with the best possible care.

 

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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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