Senior Care Advisors serving Seattle, Tacoma, Everett

Our mission is to provide you and your family with the peace of mind to make the right decision with ease. It’s important to connect with a senior care advisor to determine custom options based on your individual needs, wants, location and to find current availability.

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Care For The Loved Ones

As an adult child, watching as your parents and loved ones grow older can be a stressful and overwhelming time. It can mean that there are new challenges to consider when caring for your family members: are they safe still living on their own, do they need more help than you can give, are their daily needs being met? You also might be wondering what you can do to help keep your elderly parents and loved ones busy, active, safe, and engaged in their lives .

Our Senior Care Advisors strive to give families all the information they need to make the most informed decision about their senior care options. Sometimes mom and dad are ready to downsize and move into an assisted living community. Sometimes a family member needs more care, but isn’t quite ready to move out of their home yet. And sometimes a family member needs 24-hour care in a different facility to help them for health reasons.

Our process is designed with you in mind and is directed to being the best advocate for your and your families care needs. We walk you through the entire process from the time we meet to moving in to a care facility. We pride ourselves in making strong connections with families, having a clear idea of what is needed, and staying in touch to make sure things are going well. Whatever the case, our Senior Care Advisors  can help your family figure out the best option in any given situation.


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In Home Care Services

In-home care services can provide seniors with personalized care at their home when they prefer to live on their own. For many individuals, in-home care in WA state is the ideal option for physical health, safety, and well-being. It allows them to remain in a familiar environment and receive assistance with many daily activities. This is why in-home care is one of the [read more]

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Assisted Living Facilities

Assisted living facilities (ALFs) are residential communities designed for the elderly. ALFs house seven to 150 residents. Some are family-operated, while others are operated by national corporations. Senior care in an assisted living facility consists of housing, basic services and overseeing residents’ well-being. Some ALFs also provide nursing care or [read more]

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Adult Family Homes

Adult family homes (AFHs) house two to six residents, and are available to anyone over 18 who needs support or supervision. The homes include such amenities as a room, laundry service, personal care and licensed supervision. Services vary according to the needs of each resident, as well as the capabilities of each provider. These assisted living facilities  [read more]

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Veteran’s Directed Home Services Program Benefits


Veteran’s Directed Home Services Program

Individuals enrolled in the Veteran’s Administration (VA) health care system may qualify for a program that provides both funds and flexibility for veterans to hire caregivers, including family members, and receive services to assist with activities of daily life within in their own home and […]

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Affording Long-Term Care


Affording Long-Term Senior Care

As you age, it can be hard to decide where to live. The elderly often choose to remain at home for as long as possible. There comes a time when they are unable to do all the work necessary to be able to take care of themselves, […]

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Alzheimer’s vs Dementia


The Difference Between Alzheimer’s And Dementia

Knоwing the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia is very imроrtаnt ѕо that proper mаnаgеmеnt саn bе givеn tо thе раtiеnt. Judging ѕоmеоnе with Alzheimer’s diѕеаѕе iѕ nоt gооd for the раtiеnt аѕ trеаtmеnt саn be аn орtiоn. If a doctor diаgnоѕеѕ a раtiеnt […]

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Nursing Home for Seniors: 10 Points To Consider


Nursing Home for Seniors: 10 Points To Consider

Finding right nursing homes for an elderly patient is a process that involves lot much research activities and repeated visits to each adult care facility. Usually, you start with a long list of nursing home options that is steadily narrowed down to a […]

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Aging and Memory Loss

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Aging and Memory Loss

About 1 of every 5 Americans in their 70s experiences some form of mild memory loss. When an older adult begins to experience memory loss, they may experience role confusion. They might feel they are no longer a productive member of society. This can lead to feelings […]

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Fall Prevention Exercises for the Elderly

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Fall Prevention Exercises for the Elderly

As individuals age, bone and muscle mass diminishes, vestibular systems are weakened and falls become more common. Fall-related injuries make up about one-quarter of hospitalizations in the elderly, and senior citizens without balance and strength training are more likely to experience falls. For seniors, exercises […]

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How to Comfort Someone Diagnosed with Mesothelioma


How to Comfort Someone with Mesothelioma

Receiving a diagnosis of a terminal disease, such as mesothelioma cancer, is never easy. No one ever wants to hear the dreadful statement: “It’s cancer.” That simple six-letter word can strike fear into anyone. A cancer diagnosis is also often accompanied by anxiety and even […]

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The Elderly – America’s Forgotten Citizens

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The Elderly – America’s Forgotten Citizens

Although the genetic makeup of a human being has a significant impact on their expected longevity, a healthy environment, proper diet, consistent exercise, and regular participation in general activities can all prolong life.

According to the Penn State Research Department, a few […]

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Seattle’s best places to meet people over 40


The best places in Seattle to meet people over 40

The best places in Seattle to meet people over 40 include fun activities for all ages. Washington has an abundance of cheap and free things to do for making friends with baby boomers, seniors, or anyone.

Many […]

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Life-Saving Devices for Seniors Living at Home


Life-Saving Devices for Seniors

Staying in their own houses and apartments as they grow older is a golden goal for most folks.Staff members at elder-care facilities may mean well, but the comforts of home are best. Ten devices make living at home safer and easier to manage for seniors and […]

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Good Nutritional Habits for the Elderly


Good Nutritional Habits for Seniors

With age comes a number of new health concerns and an increased need for good nutritional habits. You need to make sure that your body is getting the nutrients that it needs to function properly, but it’s all too easy to get confused by the […]

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Fatigue during Mesothelioma Treatment


How to Overcome Fatigue during Mesothelioma Treatment

Fatigue is a common symptom of cancer, and it’s often made worse by cancer treatment. Extreme exhaustion can alarm patients and their caregivers, but fatigue is normal during cancer treatment, and there are ways to cope and recover.
Fatigue isn’t just feeling tired; […]