Companies’ Partnership Rolls Out The Red Carpet For Payson Area Seniors


The Caring Presence and Good Samaritan Society —Majestic Rim are stepping up to give even more value to living an independent lifestyle for seniors who are downsizing.

A monthly educational series will begin in February 2012 to help seniors and their families navigate through all the resources available to them to make informed decisions about transitional phases in their lives.

The manager at Majestic Rim, Cathe Davis and her staff will provide the venue and refreshments at no cost to attendees. Majestic Rim is located at 310 E. Tyler Parkway in Payson.

Majestic Rim’s 50-apartment complex offers seniors a chance to discover what it means to live life to the fullest in the setting of the Rim Country. As the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of senior care and services, the Good Samaritan Society location in Payson provides social activities, a billiard room, a fully-equipped exercise room, and a spa with jacuzzi and locker rooms. The Majestic Rim gives seniors the freedom to be as active as they wish — continue to travel, take a class, or discover a new hobby.

The Caring Presence, with an office located in Majestic Rim’s lobby. offers a wide variety of non-medical services such as general housekeeping, personal care, and companionship to residents in our community, including Majestic Rim residents. Compassionate caregivers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to offer qualified, supportive assistance.

Over the past five years, residents of Majestic Rim have enjoyed the independence of coming and going as they please with the enhanced services of The Caring Presence.

Non-medical, in-home care puts families at ease and allows clients to live life on their own terms. One resident commented to The Caring Presence staff, “Thank you for your heart toward helping us maintain our dignity and independent living.”

For additional details on the upcoming programs, call Davis at (928) 474-3912.


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