Why should I hire Senior’s Choice Consulting?
By providing an unbiased assessment of the Senior’s situation and identifying ways to meet their needs, Senior’s Choice Consulting may help the Senior live safely at home-avoiding the expense of long-term care. We have the ability to be the care navigator potentially reducing costly duplicated services or hospitalizations. Our services can allow a family to be family and not caregivers. We can be the eyes and ears for long-distance caregivers. Senior’s Choice Consulting is able to provide as much or as little guidance as you desire.
Are services provided by Seniors Choice Consulting covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other Insurance?
Unfortunately, our services are not covered by Medicare, Medicaid or Insurance.
Some places advertise similar services for free-why do you charge?
Many businesses that advertise free consulting or referral services receive payments directly from the assisted living or nursing homes that they refer you to. Senior’s Choice Consulting works for YOU. We never accept any referral bonus from any service provider, assisted living or nursing home we may recommend meeting your needs.
Can I afford Senior’s Choice Consulting?
During our initial telephone consultation, we will review your needs and determine whether there may be free or lower cost options for assistance in your community. Our rates are listed on our Services page so there are no surprises. We have a limited number of Concierge Care spaces. We can also work with you to create a customized service package. Senior’s Choice Consulting is able to provide as much or as little guidance as you desire.
What if I just want information?
We provide high-quality information to all of our clients. Please feel free to schedule a telephone consultation on our Services page. We use a call in system that allows multiple people to be on the call at the same time. The call is recorded so all you have to do is ask questions and share your concerns!
My loved one is a tough cookie-what if they don’t want your help?
We act as an impartial source of information where there is significant disagreement about care needs. This can often reassure a Senior who may be fearful that their independence is deliberately being taken away by their family. Ultimately, if a Senior insists they do not want our help we must respect their right to refuse assistance. We can remain available to guide their caregivers.