A professional service we provide for
your central Florida loved
one -- because you care!
Contact us today to set up a visit for your loved one!
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May we help you?
would like to be an extension of your family. We realize that
aging parents are often living in Florida while their children
live elsewhere. Due to distance, visits are limited. Sometimes elderly
parents have out-lived most of their age-similar friends and
family. Loneliness can deteriorate health and life. Facilities
have many caring individuals working in them, but a
visit from someone that comes to see your loved one
feel really special! We want to extend your love.
Would you like:
To have some of your loved ones favorite stories from the past
recorded, but do not have the time?
Someone to pick up groceries/medicine after you have made
arrangements with the store/pharmacy?
Flowers placed at the cemetery on a regular basis for
deceased loved ones?
To adopt a senior citizen and have LovExtension visit on
What will LovExtension provide?
Hugs, attention, and affection
A professional visitation service on a weekly or
A visit to persons that are hospitalized, residing in a
nursing home, assisted living facility, retirement communities, or home
A detailed summary of the visit to keep you informed of
specifics concerning your loved one
A special gift such as a milkshake, a basket of flowers,
cake, balloons, a plate of cookies, or a meal from a favorite fast food
like to help?
You can help by volunteering or
making a tax-deductible donation -- click
HERE for details!
Contact us today!
Just let us know the occasions that you
can't be there for and we will fill in and extend your love.
Linda Krupski (see below) if you would like to discuss visitation
for someone you care about. Brochures are available.
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P.O. Box 1095
Umatilla, FL 32784
Phone or Fax: 352-669-1121
Licensed and Bonded.
LovExtension, Inc. is a
501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Lake County for being a funding partner!
Community Foundation of South Lake for being a funding partner!
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