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At Golden Heart Senior Care, we believe there is nothing more important than for a person to receive the highest quality care to live a full independent life in the comfort of their home or a setting of their own choosing.

Golden Heart Senior Care offers in-home senior care, companion care, home help services and personal care right in the comfort of your home.

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