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SeniorBuddies.org ....Just Cares!
Special Tribute from JC
April 18, 2020
SeniorBuddies.org loves our Elderly Seniors! We visit them to have fun, laugh, be happy, help and provide companionship .....especially during trying times, isolation and COVID-19.
SeniorBuddies Just Care.....we miss you! Enjoy!
In Memory of:
Silvia M. Muniz
(August 1, 1929-March 18, 2020)
Coco the Dog with Shades
Our SeniorBuddies.org journey began with a trip to New Orleans where my son JC with Down Syndrome and I went to move my elderly aunt to Chicago. We'll share many stories along our journey. Some are fun or funny like this one and some are inspiring which, of course, is why SeniorBuddies.org exists.....
Senior Buddies in New Orleans
October 24, 2018
SeniorBuddies.org was first inspired during this trip and the interactions with so many people, especially the elderly stood out! Our buddies get a chance to express and share their individual passions for dancing, music, acting, performing arts, games, hobbies, etc with our senior living communities. The elderly don't care what their passion is.....they appreciate all interactions! Elderly care and companionship comes in many flavors!
JC's dream is to perform in Times Square on New Year's Eve one day! That's a tall order, but starting at Cafe Du Monde on Decatur Street near Jackson Square and two blocks from Bourbon Street is not a bad start! This is the energy and "unfiltered" natural fun that our senior elderly communities enjoy!