|Description||Senior Living Resource|
Based in Seattle, Washington, A Place for Mom is dedicated to helping families navigate the process of finding established, safe, and cost-effective senior care. As the largest senior living referral information service in the United States, A Place for Mom has guided thousands of families through the process of finding senior care. Using its nationwide network of more than 18,000 providers of senior living services, the company helps families find care and housing options that meet their needs and empowers them to make informed decisions.
Working under the principle of delivering individualized, local, expert guidance to families seeking senior care opportunities, A Place for Mom was launched in the summer of 2000. The company was founded by three professionals, including a former senior housing executive with more than 15 years of experience. Receiving more than 60,000 inquiries from family members per month, A Place for Mom has been named one of the fastest-growing firms in the United States.
One-on-one, comprehensive guidance is provided by A Place for Mom staff, helping families explore elder care and senior housing choices, including assisted living, nursing homes, retirement communities, memory care, and respite and residential home care. In addition, A Place for Mom works to connect families with facilities serving individuals who have been diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. To find a local a Senior Living Advisor, new families complete a short form online at www.aplaceformom.com or call the company directly at 877-666-3239. A Place for Mom is paid by its participating communities and care providers, therefore the service is offered at no charge to families.
|Launch Date||July 1, 2000|
A Place for Mom provides resources about senior housing and eldercare options to seniors and families in need. A Place for Mom provides seniors and families with one-on-one guidance and assistance during the relocation process.
A Place for Mom employes Eldercare Advisors to help seniors and their families make informed decisions about their eldercare options. These options include assisted living communities, Alzheimer’s care, nursing homes, respite care, retirement communities, residential care homes, home care, and hospice care. This personalized service is offered at no charge to families, as many of the nation’s care communities reimburse the company for its services.