WATERVILLE — Bridges Home Care recently opened a second office at 58 Elm St., above the offices of Nale Elder Law Attorneys, according to a press release. Bridges is a division of Spectrum Generations, central Maine’s area agency on aging and disability resource center.

Bridges Home Care offers reliable, quality care at home for elderly and disabled adults. Services are provided by state-certified personal support specialists and include help with bathing, dressing, mobility, toileting, meal preparation, grocery shopping, errands and housekeeping.

The Waterville office is open to the public 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and 8 a.m.-noon Thursday and Friday. Its main office in Augusta will continue to operate 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Bridges Home Care payment options include private pay, long-term care insurance, MaineCare (Medicaid) and the Veterans Administration. All profits are funneled back into the community via Spectrum Generations community support programs providing seniors and disabled adults with Meals on Wheels for better nutrition, benefits and health insurance counseling, options counseling and family caregiver support. The Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center in Waterville is one of Spectrum Generations seven community centers that bring these services to the community.

For more information, visit www.spectrumgenerations.org or call 800-639-1553.

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