“It’s difficult to balance family, work and your own life while caring for a family member but more and more families struggle to do it,” says Dee Bailey. “We can provide an answer.”
Sacramento, California (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
Now, Assisted Transition, one of the leading elder care referral/senior placement services, can offer a solution. Assisted Transition is a free Elder Care Referral Service. Finding local, long term care for every senior is their specialty! They take away the confusion and help seniors understand what option is best for them: Assisted Living, Independent Living, Nursing Homes or Home Care. Because they care, they offer free guided tours to their clients. They will personally drive their clients, or their family members, for free to the locations that meet their personal, financial, and geographic preferences. Their Elder Care Advisors are ready to answer questions and can even offer resources to help find financial assistance. Free, personalized, guidance is available in Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, San Joaquin, Solano, and Yolo Counties with the opening of a new office in West Sacramento, CA.
“Family members begin an emotional rollercoaster ride when trying to balance caring for their elderly parents or grandparents while still living their own lives,” advises Dee Bailey with Assisted Transition in Sacramento. “Families get exhausted, confused and burned out. It is in the best interest of everyone involved to see what senior living options are available. But with so many options, people in this situation need to know it’s okay to ask for help.”
How Assisted Transition can benefit you:
- In 2009, there were over 39,500 Assisted Living Communities & 34,000 Board & Care Homes—far too many options for seniors and their families to visit on their own.
- The average cost for 24 hour home care is over $6000 a month, not including any other living expenses. The National average for an assisted living facility is $3500 a month.
- Many assisted living facilities specialize in Memory Care for residents with Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
- Assisted Transition works with each client, customizing their living options to the senior’s personal, financial, and geographic preferences.
- Once Assisted Transition finds the best options for a client, they tour the facilities (for free) with the client and their families. This helps their clients see their options and decide what is the best choice for them.
New Company Offers Solution
Assisted Transition is opening a new office in Sacramento and offers to lead seniors and their families through the potentially stressful and confusing process of finding the best long term care facility for their needs. The company has 46 franchises in 18 states.
“It’s difficult to balance family, work and your own life while caring for a family member but more and more families struggle to do it,” adds Bailey. “We can provide an answer.”
This story touches a huge portion of your readers/listeners/viewers and Assisted Transition wants to help educate them about options for senior care.
Dee Bailey, 916 372 3762
For more information, please visit: http://www.assistedtransition.com/sacramento