What Do The Neighbors Think?

When we think of our community impact, we must include the neighbors of those we serve.  Very often branches and bushes are hanging over their driveways and on their fences.  For those who have overgrowth flowing over into the sidewalks it impedes pedestrians and their enjoyment of navigating the neighborhood.  We understand the goal of keeping up the curb appeal of properties and we are so very happy to be able to provide the secondary benefit to the neighbors by supporting older adults with these and other challenging tasks.  At this home in South Euclid, we are off to a great start!

A Little Bit

A Little Bit goes a long way

With most homes our first yard project includes addressing an array of issues that have accumulated over time.  Just like at this home in Lyndhurst.  There were a variety of bushes, branches and weeds.  What stands out is this small but overgrown bush blocking part of the screened porch.  The homeowner was hoping that we could cut this bush down enough so her son could repair and paint the porch.  We were glad to help!

 

 

*The information provided on this website is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to replace or substitute any professional, medical or legal advice.  CARE receives public and private funding.  Community Partnership on Aging serves as our fiscal sponsor.  CARE currently serves the cities of Cleveland Heights, Highland Heights, Lyndhurst, Maple Heights, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Richmond Heights, Solon, and South Euclid