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INNOVATIONS

The Senior Site, as always – living up to it’s ‘tagline’ SOLUTIONS FOR SENIOR LIVING, is now an exclusive distributor for temporary tattoos.  These innovative tattoos can be customized with pertinent information such as, name, address, contact phone number, senior living community and so on.  The customization is endless and adds another measure of safety for those afflicted with dementia.  The tattoos are painlessly applied and last 3-4 days.  This is great for outings or if your loved one is still living alone.

Please contact us at 630-200-1149 for more information.

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