Senior Life Care Planning provides you with a professional care coordinator to help you navigate the aging process.

When seniors are in the twilight of their years, they need all the care, comfort and attention that they can receive. However, if you cannot provide them the care and attention they deserve or feeling guilty that you can’t, you can always seek help from Senior Life Care Planning.

Senior Life Care Planning provides you with a professional care coordinator to help you navigate the aging process. We provide non-medical care for your parent that may include helping find the right places to stay, at home, assisted living or nursing home; seeking financial help from governmental agencies to help pay for services and accommodations; asset protection and other services.

Terri Mason, who is a social worker and now works for Senior Life Care Planning, states “We will come to your home; assess your needs, goals, and issues; create a plan to ensure your quality of life; review Assisted Living communities that may match your medical needs, your budget and any other needs. If you decide to move to an assisted living facility we will narrow the facilities down to your top three choices, we take you and your family on a tour of these places, so you will be able to decide which one that’s best for you.”

We at Senior Life Care Planning help seniors stay at home. However, if you cannot stay at home we can assist you enter an assisted living facility or nursing home.

To increase your monthly income, please contact us about a FREE VA benefits HANDBOOK, written by David Wingate, an accredited VA Attorney, of Senior Life Care Planning, LLC, go to info@seniorlcp.com or if you require additional information about VA Benefits, visit our Maryland Veterans Benefits website.

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