Toyota partners with MOWCC
MOWCC is proud to announce that we are partnering with Toyota to help streamline food service operations. In addition to new technological solutions being created and tested by a team of highly skilled representatives from Toyota, MOWCC is also working in conjunction with Toyota and Baylor Scott & White to evaluate and promote client health outcomes. These new innovations will provide volunteers better tools to assist our older adult population and ensure that no senior goes hungry.
Facts About Senior Hunger
Nearly one in every six seniors in America faces the threat of hunger.
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Image via Pexels As we grow older, our sleep needs don’t really change. Seniors need seven to nine hours of rest every night just like their younger counterparts. However, changes in the body sometimes make it difficult for older adults to get the sleep they need. Many people suffer from age-related insomnia where they either […]
The goal of our organization is to assist area seniors in remaining independent in their homes, to promote socialization, and to prevent premature institutionalization. Our organization relies on donations and volunteers to serve the seniors of Collin County.