Senior Life Care Planning finds and accesses services for veterans, through VA benefits, and seniors through Medicare, Medicaid and other governmental or private resources.

Senior Life Care Planning finds and accesses services for veterans, through VA benefits, and seniors through Medicare, Medicaid and other governmental or private resources. We also help identify, coordinate, assist and advocate on various issues i.e. housing, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, social and caregiver support. Additionally, we provide support services for seniors, families and caregivers, coping with the stress and issues with individuals with diseases including Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias, Parkinson’s disease, and other elderly diseases.

The family dilemma is caring for your loved ones, with limited time, money and energy. Additionally, families are living in different areas of the country and are finding it difficult to know and address your loved ones’ issues. We, at Senior Life Care Planning are here to help you, whether you are in a crisis situation, or planning proactively to avoid the crisis.

The services we provide is dependant on where you are located on the long term care continuum i.e. at home, assisted living facility, or nursing home. Each client is unique regarding their care and services.

We develop a personalized Care Plan for your loved one, depending on your location on the long term care continuum. This plan consists of legal, financial, accommodation and care recommendations. As we state the Care Plan is not a “Handbook” but a relationship with our office.  We visit with your loved one on a daily, weekly, or periodic basis, depending what is required. Additionally, our recommendations are, sometimes more, amenable to loved ones than the child caregiver. Especially, if the senior is resistant to help, a caregiver or moving to a facility. Therefore, the potential conflict, arguments, family discourse and anxiety is reduced.

We at Senior Life Care Planning are here to help you.

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