Debuts: New Resource to Help with One of Life's Most Difficult Challenges

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Baby boomers are increasingly faced with the challenge of aging parents who need the care provided by assisted living. Unfortunately, as millions are discovering, this journey is not an easy one.

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The signs that your spouse or parent is aging can come as an unpleasant surprise. Driving mishaps, accidents in the home, and serious memory lapses can all have serious consequences. Fortunately a new website to help loved ones cope with these issues,, has just launched .

Until now getting help with how to best manage the declining capabilities of aging Americans has been difficult. This new website provides a guide to over 400 high quality assisted living, nursing home, and Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) by state and town. It also features dozens of practical articles to help with the entire range of difficult issues that come up around assisted living. For example one article helps facilitate the discussion between seniors and loved ones when it's time to enter an assisted living facility. Another provides extensive links to government and non-profit resources for help with aging issues, as well as the selection of the right facility.

John Brady, President of " - Find the Best Assisted Living Facility for Your Loved One", commented about the new site: "Helping an aging parent or relative move into assisted living is one of the most gut-wrenching processes in life. Our goal is to provide a quality resource to help people decide when assisted living is the right answer, and then to find the right facility for their particular situation".

Visitors to BestAssistedLiving are invited to download a free eBook, "Practical Guide to Selecting Eldercare Facilities",, to help get them started with this process. The book includes an Action Checklist as well as a list of the top 10 factors that must be considered. - Find the Best Assisted Living Facility for Your Loved One, offers a free eNewsletter.


John Brady
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