CULLMAN — The Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Visiting Angels of Cullman Dec. 7. Visiting Angels Senior Care and In Home Assisted Living Services can assist elderly people located in Cullman, Marshall, Blount, Winston and Northern Jefferson counties. Because they are a non-medical agency and not a nursing agency, they do not dictate to you what your schedule is to be. It is their job to assist people in this area by adjusting their schedule and to keep your loved one comfortable in their homes. More information, visit them at 206 3rd Street SE, Cullman, AL 35055 or call them at 256-734-6600.
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