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Who We Help

WHO WE HELP

There are hundreds — even thousands — of choices in communities, levels of care, services, etc. You don’t need
to know about them all, because we do and we are here to help.

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How We Help

HOW WE HELP

Senior Living Choices is your advocate, your partner and advisor and our services
are free to seniors and their families.

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Assisted Living and Senior Living Choices

Senior Living Choices, LLC is a senior living consulting and advisory company. We offer free advice and guidance to seniors and their families throughout the process of selecting and navigating a move to a senior-living community. Our focus is finding housing that meets the needs of older adults and the families who love them.

Choosing a senior living community

The process of choosing a senior living community can be very stressful and emotionally charged. There are so many choices: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Alzheimer’s/Memory Care, short-term stays, different amenities, different pricing, etc. What does it all mean? How does someone navigate so many options, sometimes against the backdrop of needing to make a quick decision? We have detailed and experienced knowledge about communities and choices in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and Westchester County, New York. We know senior living from the “inside,” and will save you precious time and energy by helping you choose the right community to fit your needs. You don’t need to make a career out of understanding the details and the differences, because we have.

HOW WE HELP

There are hundreds—even thousands—of choices in communities, levels of care, services, etc. You don’t need to know about them all, because we do and we are here to help.

WHO WE HELP

Senior Living Choices is your advocate, your partner and advisor and our services are free to seniors and their families. There’s no risk involved in calling.

TYPES OF HOUSING

To help you or your loved one make as informed a decision as possible about types of housing, here are brief explanations of what different accommodations include.
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