Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services and Gourmet Glatt have teamed together to provide the Five Towns community with a new health series to help steer a path of individual and family wellness.
Special senior shopping hours will take place on selected Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m., when seniors who stop by the Ohel booth in the store will receive 10% off their order, excluding sale and vendor items.
Ohel’s latest expansion–the Cedarhurst Community Services office, which opened at 125B Spruce Street–provides a number of services that meet the ever increasing and diverse needs of the community.
The first initiative is the special senior shopping hours. Gourmet Glatt’s Yoeli Steinberg explains, “We are always looking to enhance the customers’ experience in our store and have observed that many seniors need additional help in their weekly shopping trips. This new initiative will not only provide seniors with more attention and help during their shopping, but provide valuable senior-care information from Ohel.”
Eldercare specialists from Ohel’s Five Towns Spruce Street office will be on hand to answer any questions relating to caring for seniors as well as information about the breadth of geriatric services that help secure quality of life and peace of mind for caregivers. David Mandel, CEO of Ohel, says, “This is a perfect shidduch, as we both wish to help seniors, in different ways. This joint program helps raise important awareness of the many eldercare services available right on the doorstep of Five Towns residents that can help secure the well-being of seniors and the peace of mind of family caregivers.” v