Famous WWII Veteran and Priest Moves into a Senior Care Facility in Orange County, CA

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La Dolce Living, Inc., Senior Care company trusted by seniors, helped a World War II Veteran Hero move into an assisted living care home in Orange County, California.

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I needed you to help me through this important time and you made this process bearable for me.

La Dolce Living, Inc., a comprehensive online directory of licensed assisted living, nursing homes and other senior care facilities in California, Florida, Arizona and the rest of the United States, just placed a member of the original World War II “Band of Brothers” into one of the senior care facilities in their network. Fr. Leo Matz, now an 84 year old priest, is a historical figure and part of a famous WWII military division that fought bravely for the U.S.

“It’s not every day you get the privilege to help someone that had an impact on U.S. history,” says Erwin Allado, C.E.O. of La Dolce Living. “Not only do we help Seniors and their families find quality and affordable Senior Care, but it’s also a true blessing when you can take care of our veterans.”

Jane Thompson, Fr. Leo’s long time friend and caretaker said of La Dolce Living’s services, “I needed you to help me through this important and stressful time and you made this process very easy for me. We needed a service like this, and I praise you for having the knowledge and the desire to help mankind.”

Jane contacted La Dolce Living and they provided her with options based on Fr. Leo’s needs, preferred senior care facility location and budget. By entering the desired city or zip code, services, amenities and budget into the La Dolce Living website, seniors and their families can easily compare licensed senior care facilities in their area for free.

"Our philosophy has always been to refer seniors to assisted living communities, nursing homes, board and care homes and other senior housing facilities that we would actually place are own parents or relatives into. Our goal has always been to thoroughly inspect any senior care facility or senior community that we refer any family to. We also work closely with state agencies to ensure these senior care facilities are meeting licensing requirements,” says Kate Allado, CEO & Co-Founder of La Dolce Living, Inc.

With the 65 and older American population doubling to an estimated 72 million in the next 20 years, the need for reliable and affordable senior care services increases significantly each year.

For more information on this release or to become a member of La Dolce Living’s Exclusive Network of Senior Care Providers, please contact Kate Allado or visit http://www.ladolceliving.com.

About La Dolce Living
La Dolce Living was co-founded by a doctor with over 40 years in the medical field and Information Technology Executives. La Dolce Living’s free website services enables Seniors and their Families find and compare quality, affordable licensed senior care homes and facilities in California, Florida, Arizona and across the United States. Users can also read articles by recognized industry professionals and join discussion forums with others going through the same senior care challenges. La Dolce Living has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and they are headquartered in Mission Viejo, California. For more information, visit http://www.ladolceliving.com.


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Erwin T. Allado
La Dolce Living, Inc.
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