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PALS Built takes great pride in its commitment to giving back to the community and specifically to those in need. One way of accomplishing this goal involves the ongoing Vets Helping Vets program. To read more about this program, how to donate, or to learn about other ways PALS has helped benefit our community, follow the news articles and press releases available below.

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Companions and Homemakers

 

Looking for a qualified person to help care for your elderly loved one?

Temperature Rules Needed For CT Nursing Homes

 

Some nursing home residents swelter.

A Nursing Home Alternative

 

The Rockfall Company out of Meriden, CT developed a prefab home addition in hopes of weathering the home building bust and most of all to help keep their loved ones out of nursing homes.

OSHA Fines Ansonia Nursing Home

 

A nursing home in Connecticut, is facing $24,200 in fines by federal regulators for numerous violations.

Nursing home firm hit with $670-million judgement

 

Nursing home ordered to pay more than $670 million in damages for understaffing facilities.

Home Health Care Offers Big Savings

 

This BlumShapiro study illustrates small changes to long-term health care formula could save the state hundreds of millions of dollars per year.

Independent Seniors Blog

 

PALS has been recognized on the Independent Seniors Blog which centers around seniors and "Aging at Home" in Connecticut.

"New PALS for Disabled People" on the Record Journal

 

When his wife's injuries left her unable to climb stairs or walk without help, Albert Church Jr., the executive director of the Disabled American Veterans for Connecticut, started looking at homes for handicapped people and found Practical Assisted Living Structures, or PALS.

No military family should have to rely on kindness of others

 

As seen in the Hartford Courant: When we last visited Carl and Kristy MacLeod about a year and a half ago, the military family was hounded by bills and haunted by the uncertainty of Carl's health. Four years, Carl was...

Local firm donates to help veteran's family

 

As seen in the Town Times: Henry Racki III, or Tray Racki as he prefers to be called, is part of a team assembled by the local Rockfall Company to add a modular bedroom and handicapped ac­cessible bathroom onto a West Haven home. The home belongs to the Mac Leod fami­ly, and Carl Mac Leod, 48, is a disabled vet...

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