Stacey Rodgers has practiced chiropractic care in Conroe since 2004. Her offices and patients continue to increase and she is now in a 4,200 sq space across from Conroe High School. Certified in the Webster Technique, she is qualified to work with pregnancies, athletes, children, and all ages for a healthier life. Her Annual Ladies Night Out is always a hit with rooms filled to capacity. The beneficiary is CASA of Montgomery County.
Jamie Meche is devoted to helping seniors learn about resources available to them and how to make the best use of their finances. She is the founder of Comforts of Home, providing high quality, client-centered services to the elderly in Conroe, Tx and surrounding areas. Services include: companionship, assistance with personal hygiene, light housekeeping, Alzheimer’s/Dementia specialty care, transportation and general activities of daily living. Every Third Wednesday she hosts a Senior Luncheon with informative speakers, an activity, and free lunch.
Michele Scaife is with the A&M Extension Office in Conroe as part of the Better Living for Texans Program. One of AgriLife Extension’s high-priority issues is helping Texans improve their health. Michele has developed programs in the elementary schools to eat healthy, and is developing a program focused on seniors.
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