1. Finding a home for a former hospital administrator’s mom

    Sue has a unique perspective on the placement process. As a former nurse and hospital administrator, she knows what to look for in a facility or senior living community. After working with Monica Flynn and Mary Golden at A Right Place for Seniors San Diego, here is what she had to say: "These guys w…Read More

  2. How to Pick a Senior Referral Agency

    Finding a great place for your loved one to live is a huge task. Placement agencies (or referral agencies) exist to ease the burden on families. Placement agencies weed out the bad, seek out the good, and show you what you can get for your budget. That said, even picking a placement agency can seem …Read More

  3. How To Pay for Assisted Living: Frequently Asked Questions

    We often help families who are struggling to find a great, local assisted living facility for their loved one. Fortunately, our senior housing consultants are experts at finding great facilities within your senior’s budget. These services always come at no cost. However, we understand that the pro…Read More

  4. Early Warning Signs of Dementia Part 2

    Recognizing the warning signs of dementia is important for early detection. Although researchers have made progress towards a cure, there is no cure for dementia. But, that doesn’t mean that it can’t be treated, particularly when it’s caught in the early stages. In fact, treatment is a lot mor…Read More

  5. Early Warning Signs of Dementia

    When it comes to dementia, early detection is essential. There is currently no cure for dementia; however, early detection is still essential. Why? Because some causes of cognitive decline can be treated or even reversed. Additionally, treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s is more effective in the…Read More

  6. Companionship and Why It Matters in Aging

    “Being connected to others socially is widely considered a fundamental human need — crucial to both well-being and survival” - Psychologist Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Brigham Young University Living alone is not uncommon for older adults. The U.S. Census Bureau has found that of the 11 million peo…Read More

  7. Coping With Resistance to Care

    When it comes to senior care options, you have a lot of choices at your disposal, including assisted living, in-home care, memory care, adult day care and many, many more. However, not one of these options will work for your loved one if they are resistant to care in the first place. Resistance to c…Read More

  8. Why Take Advantage of Senior Placement?

    Finding the right senior care option isn’t always easy. When it comes to senior care, there is a multitude of options to choose from, including assisted living, nursing home, in-home care, memory care and more. Each of these options is ideal for some individuals and not so much for others, and onc…Read More