No one wants to move from their home into assisted living. However, in some cases, it is the best option to keep elderly or aging parents safe and healthy.
To determine if it's time for assisted living, or if your elderly parent can safely remain at home, take a good look at the present housing situation, health status and medical needs. Ask yourself these questions.
Signs that may indicate it's time for assisted living:
Is your parent telling you that he is eating, but you're seeing food go bad in the refrigerator?
Is your parent falling? To determine the answer, is your parent covering up bruises he or she doesn't want you to see?
Is your parent wearing the same clothes when you go to visit? Can they bathe themselves, groom adequately and launder clothes?
Who pays us for the services?
Yes, our service is absolutely free. The Assisted Living Communities and Board & Care Homes that you select compensate us once you are placed. Our goal is to meet your needs and provide the best care possible for you.
Where do I start?
Contact our placement specialist for qualified guidance and they will assess your loved one’s medical and social needs to determine their proper placement.
. Free home consultation available
. Location selection is your choice
. Scheduling tours of assisted living facilities
. Assistance in price negotiation
. Assistance in medical paperwork
. Routine follow-up
What areas do we serve?
Can you visit prospective home?
Anytime! We will be happy to schedule your tour.