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OurParents is a free and unbiased service focused on helping families with aging parents find the best senior care solution that meets their loved one's unique needs, be it an in-home caregiver, an assisted living facility, or a nursing home.
How to Convince Your Aging Loved One That Driving Is No Longer Safe
This article suggests approaches to discussing driving hazards and alternate transportation options with your aging parent or loved one.
What to Do When Your Loved One Has a Food Allergy
Resources available at all levels of senior living to ensure that your loved one can avoid contact with food allergens.
How to Celebrate Self-Improvement Month in a Senior Living Community
September is Self-Improvement Month. Learn how you can help your parent or loved one celebrate in their senior living community.
When Your Parent Blames You for Assisted Living
Just because your parent needs Assisted Living, that doesn’t mean they have to like it. What can you do when your parent blames you for the move?
When You Can No Longer Afford Skilled Nursing
Solutions for residents who cannot afford the high cost of Skilled Nursing out of pocket.
When Your Parent Won’t Accept Help
Strategies for breaking down resistance when your aging parent won’t accept help.
Coordinating a Long-Distance Senior Move
Learn how to move your parent or loved one to a senior living community that is far from their current home.
How to Stay Young
An extremely eye-catching title! Why? Because it touches upon a question that people have tried to answer for millennia. The centuries continue to pass as scientists, explorers, doctors, and entrepreneurs search for the miracle of how to stay young. Let’s…
Signs Your Loved One Needs More Visitors in Their Senior Community
Learn ways to recognize your parent or loved one needs more visitors from family and friends in their senior living community.
Relocating a Loved One to Skilled Nursing
Learn how to make the transition from an elder-care community to Skilled Nursing easier with this simple checklist.
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“This whole process can be overwhelming and daunting, as it was for me, but you made it easier and I will be forever grateful!” – An OurParents Family Member May 09, 2016
Testimonial – Supportive
“You were supportive every step of the way and I felt I could ask you anything, no matter how naive the question.” – An OurParents Family Member May 09, 2016
Testimonial – Options Within Budget
“You provided me with very useful information and helped me explore different options to find what would work best for me within my budget.” – An OurParents Family Member May 09, 2016
Testimonial – Helpful Information
“I have worked with advisers from other organizations and feel that you actually listened to my concerns and criteria, and provided the most relevant list of places for me to visit.” – An OurParents Family Member May 09, 2016
Testimonial – A Safe Place
“I just want to thank you again for holding my hands during this difficult and very confusing process of finding a safe place for my mom that also feels like “home.” –Linda Y. May 09, 2016
Testimonial – Expertise
“You have helped me immensely and are truly a godsend. I appreciate your expertise and especially your sensitivity and your understanding of our needs for our Mom. You provide a wonderful service and do it with much knowledge and obvious…
Testimonial – Confidence
“I just can’t thank you enough for your help yesterday, you seriously made me feel so much more confident about our ability to actually find a suitable place for my mom, which is an absolutely priceless and fairly foreign feeling…
Testimonial – Above and Beyond
“I am very happy that a company such as our parents exists and such a dedicated employee. I see that you went beyond and looked for a facility that we discussed over the phone.” –Robin W. April 22, 2016
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