Get Answers To Common Questions We Receive

Get Answers To Common Questions We Receive

We partner with seniors and their families to make informed decisions on senior living arrangements and assure their quality of care. We take the stress off when it is time to make difficult decisions and navigate the overwhelming system of senior care. Some of our many services include:

  • Providing direct care management at home
  • Coordinating senior living placement at no cost to the senior
  • Staying connected with the senior for up to 90 days after move-in to ensure a smooth transition and answer any questions that may arise
  • Monitoring the senior’s healthcare delivery, including medical services, nutrition, and medication schedule
  • Coordinating the senior’s medical appointments and transportation
  • Advocating for the senior to ensure their needs are being met
  • Providing connections to local resources for healthcare, housing, legal assistance, and financial matters

Because we work in partnership with select senior living communities, we are able to offer consulting and placement services at no cost to the senior.

We have extensive knowledge in the field of healthcare as well as years of experience identifying the needs of seniors. Our CEO Scott Miller is an expert in senior healthcare administration. He is a National Board Certified (NAB) Healthcare Services Administrator and a certified dementia practitioner, and has LNHA, CCRC, and CALA certifications. In addition, our senior advocates are professional nurses who have a vast knowledge of proper healthcare delivery and medical services.

Each community is unique and prices vary. The median cost of assisted living in Florida is approximately $4,500 per month, but it can range anywhere from $3,000 to $7,000 depending on the community and its amenities.

Our experienced senior consultants can work with you to find the maximum number of amenities for your budget.

In a rental model, residents have a monthly payment which includes health care services, medication management, meals, all utilities, rent, maintenance, as well as most activities, services, and amenities offered within the community.

A buy-in model requires an up-front financial investment as well as a monthly payment. The up-front payment is used as a “down-payment” for care expenses if needed in the future.

Many people pay for assisted living with a combination of personal savings, retirement funds, Social Security benefits, and pensions.

Some use Medicaid or private health insurance to cover the cost of healthcare received in assisted living communities. Those with long-term care insurance can use it to cover more advanced care.

Certain veterans may be eligible for additional benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs to cover these costs, as well.

  • Unlike other providers, we do not just place our seniors and then abandon them. We stay connected with our seniors for up to 90 days after move-in to help them get acclimated to their community and ensure a smooth transition.
  • We offer our placement services at no cost to the senior.
  • We are specifically local to Florida, so we are much more familiar with the surrounding community than bigger nationwide companies may be. Because we are focused locally, one of our senior advocates has personally visited and vetted all of the communities we endorse.
  • We employ professional nurses as experts and advocates for our seniors, rather than individuals who may be unqualified or untrained.
  • We handle both senior living placement and home care services, depending on the senior’s preferences.

Many assisted living communities are pet friendly. If this is one of your priorities, we will work to find you a community that will welcome your furry friend with open arms.

Each person’s situation is unique and can change over time. Our senior consultants help individuals and their loved ones evaluate current care needs and preferences to identify the most appropriate living situation for them. Schedule a complimentary consultation today to make a plan that is right for you.

Deciding when to move can be challenging at any age. Put simply, many seniors decide to move when there is a noted change in ability. These changes can present in many different ways, such as walking difficulties, balance issues, changes in cognition, a fall or an injury. The loss of a spouse can also prompt the decision to move.

Moving presents an opportunity for a new and invigorating lifestyle without the day-to-day concerns of running a household and/or living alone. It is common for these communities to have libraries, fitness centers, restaurants, dining rooms, and theaters as popular places to gather and socialize. Vibrant activities and programs are also widely available to build strong connections among members.

Give us a call to schedule a free consultation with one of our senior consultants and learn more about how our partner communities can enhance retirement living.

For the most personalized experience, please call us at 941-661-6196 to schedule community tours with one of our senior living consultants. We are available at no cost to you.

Connections with family and friends play an important role in seniors’ health and well-being. As long as your loved one’s condition allows, children are welcome to visit. Many of our partner communities also plan family-friendly events to promote ongoing connections between generations. To learn more about how we bring generations together, call 941-661-6196.

Our partner communities have large parking lots with free parking. While many of our independent living residents still drive, they often find that once they move, they enjoy the convenience of leaving the driving to the community.

No, we also offer our services to seniors who would prefer to stay at their own home. We can help coordinate in-home care services as well as home adaptations that may be necessary for safety.

Partnering with us is extremely beneficial for healthcare organizations. We reduce patient readmissions to hospitals and skilled nursing facilities by offering full transition management to the client and eliminating gaps in care after discharge. A reduction in readmissions to hospitals means fewer expensive penalties from Medicare.