Homewatch CareGivers opened a new Lakeway location Sept. 16 at 6101 W. Courtyard Drive, Ste. 150. The new location is part of a broader expansion of senior care services in the Greater Austin metropolitan area, according to a press release. Homewatch offers flexible services customized to the client’s day-to-day life, helping residents remain independent and healthy in their own homes, a press release states. The Lakeway location is independently owned by husband and wife Kevin and Laurel Smith and their daughter Christie Kotobi. “We have experienced firsthand what a difference a quality caregiver can make for a loved one and his or her family,” Kevin Smith said. 512-359-3372. www.homewatchcaregivers.com
Home care provider Homewatch CareGivers brings services to Lakeway
Homewatch Caregivers opened a new Lakeway location. Coutesy Gillian Losh
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