The mission of SOS is to be help seniors regain and maintain a healthy and independent lifestyle to improve their overall quality of life in and outside of their home.
It is the Organization’s assertion that everybody should be treated equally despite their age or economic status.
SOS fills the gap between Medicare and financial limitations with a focus on providing more independence to seniors who would normally have to remain sedentary or face reinjury due to the unavailability of proper equipment to improve care options.
The Organization’s goal is to be a one stop resource center for disabled seniors 55 and older who earn less than $1500 per month. SOS is committed to servicing 200 seniors a month in Pinellas, Manatee, Pasco, Sarasota, and Hillsborough counties.
SOS is currently in Phase I of the four foundational phases of the capacity building process. The goal is to continue to provide medical equipment, while expanding services to meet the numerous needs of low income seniors.