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Owner, David Wood

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Is Your Loved One Safe?

Over the last eight years I have helped my clients find local solutions to keep their family members safe.  Is your loved one suffering at home?

Accidents, Falls or Medical Emergencies
Isolation and loneliness
Medication missed, don't follow instructions
Cognitive Decline
Home Maintenance (cooking, cleaning and outdoor chores)

Check out my YouTube Videos for the short answers to your problems

You need to determine if your parent or loved one has the capacity to make a good decision. This is the first step in having a difficult conversation.

6 Ways to talk to your parent about Assisted Living - Understand the objections they might have and have a good answer.

4 Objections to Assisted Living and how to overcome them

6 Early Signs for Dementia - my most popular video Top Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Get a free worksheet

I Don't Want to be a Caregiver My personal caregiver journey

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Balancing your Personal and Professional life with the responsibilities of being a caregiver can be challenging. Let us take the pressure off of you.
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Here what people are saying about us

David provided the best experience when searching for a care home for my mom.  He listened attentively to our wishes, provided several options, and he really understands what people are going through during this transition. 

Darren, Professor Cal Poly

David assisted us with placing my mom in a new facility when the previous one closed. He took us to several different places in our price range where my mom could have her own room.  David accompanied us on the tour, asked relevant questions and even checked formal complaints list to make sure the place we chose didn't have code violations. I would definitely use this service again and recommend them highly to other.

Karen, Paso Robles

David is a genuine professional who care deeply about those he serves.  I highly recommend him and his company to anyone.

Chuck Hill, ReMax Realtor

Compassionate, kind, friendly, knowledgeable, attentive, responsive, reliable, professional, and extremely helpful.

Angela F, Atascadero

What is Assisted Living? 

Designed for someone who needs some help with Activities of Daily Living but isn't wanting to live in a Nursing Home.

Supportive and Social Environment where seniors can engage with peers, participate in activities, and develop friendships.
Get care help as needed (bathing, toileting, dressing, medication management)
Have your own apartment and living space. You are in control of your day.
Many amenities and service - Fitness center, dining, beauty salon and transportation are typically included.
Family members have peace of mind knowing resident is receiving care in a supported environment.
Less expensive than in home 24 hour care 

Options for Dementia/Alzheimer's

Both Memory Care and Board & Care Homes cater to the special needs of Residents with Cognitive Loss and folks that need more attention.

Memory Care

Specialized Care for the unique needs of people with Alzheimer's and Dementia
Get care help as needed (bathing, toileting, dressing, medication management)
Measures in place for security (locked doors, bed alarms, motion detectors to prevent residents from wandering off. 
Structured Routines
Help with ADL's
Special Programs and Activities (Cognitive stimulation, social engagement, and sensory experiences) 

Board & Care (Homes) also called Residential Care For the Elderly (RCFE)

House environment makes people feel like they are at home.
Smaller setting simplifies the setting for the resident. Provides an opportunity to develop closer relationships with owner and staff for more individualized care.
Usually a better staff to resident ratio.
Closer Family involvement
Cost considerations: RCFE's range from very cost effective to high end.  Many of the higher end RCFE provide enhanced activities, off-site activities and entertainment. 
May not have the same level of expertise and safety requirements that a Memory Care Facility has.
Residential Care home for the Elderly (RCFE's) also called Board and Care Homes are a great alternative to facilities for many clients with Dementia.

How to Help your 

Aging Parent Move

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Local Realtor and Moving expert Chuck Hill and I share tips and tricks on how to help your parents move: 

Planning: How to involve your parent in the conversation.
Getting help: Starting with selecting the right agent which leads to help with landscaping, clean up , estate sales and staging.
Downsizing Options: Understanding the costs and commitments involved with moving your parent in with you, understanding assisted living and memory care options and simply finding a smaller home set up for an aging loved one.
Care Options: Details on what care options exist in our area. 
Emotions of a move: How to navigate the emotions of parents and sibling during a move.

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