Hey… I know that this is long… but youz gotz time…
Below the lovely, optimistic flower photo, you can…
learn about what services Garrison Concierge can still offer during this time
get updates on what Garrison Concierge is putting on hold until further notice
read information about cleaning and disinfecting and disaster preparedness
scroll through comprehensive lists of ideas for being #stuck@home2020
In light of the latest national and local news updates and precautions, Garrison Concierge is concerned for the well-being of clients, particularly those who are 60 years of age or older.
As of this week, Garrison Concierge can begin to offer “virtual organizing sessions” through phone calls, and in future weeks, will try to have FaceTime re-worked for business purposes for those who have accounts. All “virtual phone and/or FaceTime sessions are able to be offered as prepaid through checks sent to POBox or through ChasePay or Zelle direct payments or can be billed accordingly by hourly basis.
Also, beginning next week, for current senior clients or clients with health issues, Garrison Concierge can offer specialized concierge services of delivering groceries to your doorstep. This is strictly a services rendered services to cover both the purchases and the time spent collecting and delivering them. Depending on the number of errands, the locations and the amount time spent, fee ranges begin at $20-$30 for simple and quick errands up to $60 for multiple or complex errands per delivery. Payments are expected at time of doorstep delivery by cash or check only. Please call or email ahead of time to check errand/delivery scheduling and give a detailed list of needed items, location(s) of where to find them and any other special instructions.
CONTACT = firstname.lastname@example.org or 917.536.2033
Here a couple of notations from my March posting that have been updating, due to the state of our emergency.
MARCH – the Frequent Sessions Card will have to be put on hold for the remainder of March and possibly all of April. No holes will be punched for the rest of March and possibly all of April or until further notice, depending on health news updates.
APRIL – The “Greenganize” presentation that is set for April 22nd might have to be rescheduled, due to the fact that libraries have all closed. I will check on this with the Boardman Branch to see what the status is on April 1st and post an update then.
In the meantime, I have put together some references for everyone to take note of and hopefully benefit from with ease and maybe even pleasure.
As long as we do not become ill and can somehow stay afloat financially, this time that so many of us may have to spend at home may actually be a perfect chance to handle some tasks that we have procrastinated… such as organizing possessions, making repairs or improvements, or even things that are far more simple, such as making phone calls, writing letters, cleaning out computer files. You name it. If you have complained about not having enough time to handle certain special tasks, you may have just had that fall into your lap. Or, if you have found yourself complaining that you don’t have enough rest or leisure time, please seize this moment. It’s better that the time fell into your lap, rather than into your lungs, of course.
To find out more about information as to what to do with spare time spent at home, please click the stuck@home2020 link below for tips, ideas and serious considerations.
Here is the direct link to the :: STUCK@HOME 2020 :: PAGE