“Trying to figure out a move during a crisis is almost impossible,” says executive director Paul Jones of the Care Concierge of New England. Anyone who has experienced the process of helping transition a loved one into an assisted living home or who’s considering their options knows it’s a difficult and deeply personal choice to make.
“Let us create a plan today and avert a headache tomorrow,” Jones continues. “We start with an initial consultation. Then we develop a list of properties, which we are happy to tour with your family to serve as your in-the-moment advocate and guide.” A senior referral and placement agency, the Care Concierge helps seniors and their families navigate the constantly changing world of senior care and find the best fit when it comes to assisted living or dementia support.
Jones brings 10 years of experience as a Senior Care Professional to his role, leading with intricate knowledge and a personal touch. “My vision is to help seniors and their families find great quality of life regardless of the money they have in the bank. Everyone deserves great care, period.”
This is why the Care Concierge doesn’t charge families for their assisted living placement service, “so never hesitate to call!” says Jones, even if you and your loved ones are on the fence about making the move or still several months away from needing the services provided. An initial phone call can help you begin planning and exploring the ins and outs of your loved one’s needs, desires, and preferences. From there, an expert from the Care Concierge – which has strong connections with providers in Rhode Island, parts of Massachusetts, and Connecticut – will create a list of communities that might be a good match, visit the centers with you, and continue to be your advocate throughout the decision-making process.
“It can be very overwhelming to try and do this on your own,” says Jones. “Trusting an expert like the Care Concierge can make all the difference when finding care for your loved one.”
To get started, visit the Care Concierge of New England online to explore options.
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