Thank you for your support this holiday season!ator
Senior Citizens at Big Sky Senior Services felt the holiday spirit through the generous gift card and cash donations received from people who responded to the Empty Stockings requests. "Over 300 seniors received Christmas cards and a gift card this year. It makes a difference for a senior being able to purchase something a little extra", Suzanne McKiernan, Volunteer Coordinator.
Pet care services now available for veterinary and grooming appointments, picking up pet food and medications, administering medications, clean litter boxes and more.
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We have returned to full operation. While the COVID-19 pandemic still poses a threat to everybody’s health, our caregivers are practicing advanced safety measures:
- Enforcing social distancing. We’ll continue to keep a 6-foot distance whenever possible.
- Wearing protective equipment. Our caregivers will wear masks and gloves during their visit. If you would also like a mask to wear, please let your caregiver know.
- Practicing good hygiene habits at all times. This includes handwashing and wiping down surfaces and objects after every use.
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Our organization earned a 2019 Gold Seal of Transparency.
By adding information about our goals, strategies, capabilities, and vision, we are highlighting the difference we help to make in the world.Check out our updated GuideStar by clicking on the Gold Seal.
Along with Billings Clinic, Big Sky Senior Services is a proud partner of St. John’s United Home Health and Hospice. If you or a loved one is in need of skilled health care services or have a life-limiting illness or medical condition requiring hospice, call St. John’s United Home Health and Hospice at 655-5800. Click here for more information.
Big Sky Senior Services provides a myriad of services
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