Asking For Help Articles

Asking for help is the first step toward determining the right solution for your aging parent. Senior Living Advisors can help with the difficult decision of moving your parents into a senior living community, and they can help facilitate the steps required. OurParents Senior Living Advisors know how you feel. They have shared your experiences and they understand the role of the senior care professional. Their services are free of charge to you, and they are always just a call away.

Getting to Know Your Senior Living Advisor

shutterstock_39878656April G. is a Senior Living Advisor and Team Mentor for OurParents, a free service that provides unbiased senior care advice. For over three years, she has been helping families with aging parents locate the best senior care solution that meets their loved one’s unique needs. This interview gives readers an inside look into her personal experiences as a Senior Living Advisor. …Read more ›

Are Your Parents Ready for Senior Care?

Help-2.22.2016In many cases, our parents won’t let us know that they need help. Admitting that our aging parents need more assistance than we can provide is difficult, and making a decision for them is even harder.  (more…)

What Does a Senior Living Advisor Do and When Should You Contact One?

Asking-for-Help-3.2.2016Imagine you are raising your family, busily tackling the responsibilities and obligations of life, and then one day something happens. It may be an accident or case of forgetfulness that jolts you into the reality that your elderly parent or loved one is losing the ability to care for herself. Trying to keep her safe and comfortable will gradually become a harder and harder task. You may …Read more ›

When Should I Hire a Professional Elder Care Advocate?

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elder care advocateLast month, I shared tips from IKOR International’s founder and chief innovation officer, Patricia Maisano, on how to be an effective advocate for your senior loved one.


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