CDS Monarch has launched a new service called “Golden Wings,” to assist seniors ages 55 and older who live in the community, to acquire and improve socialization, and provide them with person-centered recreation and leisure activities.

“We felt that it was important to do something to help the seniors in our community to remain active, enjoy a strong sense of friendship with their peers and have engaging socialization and recreation opportunities that provide them with an alternative to isolated or in-home care,” stated Sankar Sewnauth, President/CEO of CDS Monarch. “Golden Wings aligns with our mission to assist people to live and thrive in their communities.”

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