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There are many available agencies and alliances which provide information or services to help you choose a senior living place, for you or your parents and relatives. These will include some federal and state government agencies, franchises, as well as paid help from independent businesses such as Geriatric Care Managers. Some of the agency services are free because they're paid when they refer you to a facility. Be sure your well being is more important to them than their commission.
The site listed below as the 150 largest Senior Care organizations. Look at each one as some of them don't list all the available options for each site.
Click here to download a PDF with links to these resources or see below:
A good place to get info about various kinds of senior living in addition to my book is: Caring.com
AARP.org caregiver handbook for saleCo
(can include live-in Service)
Family Caregiver Alliance senioradvisor
Seniors for Living
choose area or type of facility
Retirement Living Info Center
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Senior Villages OH, MI
Ecumen.org MN, ID, NB, ND, WI, TN
Presbyterian Manor KS, MO
AL, DE, FL, GA, MD, NC, PA, SC
Emeritus 44 states
The Bristal NJ, NY
The Second FiftyMedicare Compare Facilities
Aging at home _The In-Law Suite
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Aging Care caring for elderly parents
AZ, CA, FL, GA, MI, MN, NE, NV, NJ, OH,PA, TX
Boca Home Health Care
Century Park in 21 states
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