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550 1st Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL, 33701

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2511 16th St. Ct. East, Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8884174296
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2511 16th St. Ct. East, Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8666439243
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1831 13TH AVE E, Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8884509163
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1800 WOODWINDS DR, Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8884741357
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4807 18th St W., Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8885324506
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1128 11TH ST W, Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8884749544
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912 63RD AVENUE W., Bradenton, FL, 34212

Call for Pricing: 8778118535
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More people are choosing to remain in their homes as they age. Various studies on aging, including a 2009 AARP study, have found that up to 89% of seniors want to live in their own homes as long as possible. The senior population has become the fastest growing segment in the United States; thus, the need for home care businesses will continue to increase.

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