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Use Our Expertise to Your Benefit

Every family and situation is different. But you may find comfort in knowing we’ve worked with many families over our 25 years in supporting seniors that we’ve collected quite the depth of expertise that may enlighten your journey. You may be looking at assisted living centers in Harrisburg or a nursing home—not knowing there is a significant difference, including cost and insurance—or a support group for your family to learn how to cope with dementia memory loss of a loved one. We can help.

“I met with the Marketing team several times at the facility, and they took us on the tour. They seemed like they really cared. They took at lot of time and help and took care of the paperwork. They made it very effortless to get them in there.”
~ Daughter of a Resident Couple

Frequently Asked Questions

Evaluating senior living communities, understanding long-term care, inquiring if pets are allowed to live with residents are just some of the most common questions posed to us. Meet us in person, and we can share even more. See answers to those questions and more.

Resources

Often we find helpful resources that provide just what we were looking for or hear of a great reference that benefited a family. We collect and share them so others too may benefit. Check out what we’ve found.

Ask Us

Even still, you may have a unique and new question. That’s just as important to us. Ask our team of experts, and we will do our best to respond as timely and thoroughly as possible. Ask us, and we may help.

Making the Transition

No matter what level of care, it will be a transition when you or your loved one moves. Rest assured we have helped many seniors move into their new home and quickly feel at home. Learn a few tips to have similar success in your transition.

Support Groups

Find strength and relief from talking to others in similar situations. Perspective shared in a group session may help normalize any inhibited feelings or validate your current journey such as coping with dementia memory loss of a loved one. We value this connection and have brought individuals like you together in our support groups. Find out what groups we’re offering at this time.

We hope this information is helpful, but invite you to contact us at any time, any day of the week with any question.