Senior Transition Advisors Network are professionals ready to help you as you organize the services your family needs for senior life adjustments. Our team will make transition decisions easier and more cost effective.
Senior Transition Advisors Network explores care options based on financial ability and medical needs, or we explore in-home care and help you understand the necessary need to maintain safety.
Senior Transition Advisors helps you gather and organize information and legal documents.
Senior Transition Advisors complete the circle to make your life easier and more cost effective. When necessary, we can market the home using knowledgeable in-network senior real estate professionals (at an in-network savings). Our team incorporates home staging, painters, roofers and a variety of repair professionals ready to pull the house “Back to the Present”. If the house is difficult to market, we can also arrange an auction.
Any of these tasks is a full time commitment of time and personal sacrifice by a family member. Doing all these projects with a team is such a relief!
Some steps are completed within days, others take time...
Lots of Time and Patience.
If you are just beginning, here are some of the questions we assist with:
How do you identify and compare the senior care communities?
Who do you call to reconstruct the home for safer living or to help
relocate to a safer monitored site?
Are the proceeds from the current residence needed to fund the move and support expenses of future living arrangements?
Have you had the talk or how do you open that door?
Are the legal, financial and personal documents in place to make prudent
and timely decisions?
Who has the power of attorney and what are the backup plans if that person becomes unable to perform?
How not to wait for everything to fall apart before you are stuck picking up the pieces with no direction or legal authority.
Will the family work together or will there be challenges from the unexpected voice from across town or across the country? Who will handle that challenge?
Are wills and medical directives in place and easily accessible?
Do you have the legal right to list the house for sale or to work
with their insurance company?
Are there additional unknown or untapped resources such as veterans aide?
Who will respond to Medicare and Medicaid?