Senior Transition Advisors

Senior Transition Advisors

Local Senior Care Experts


Senior Transition Advisors


George Lake, Founder

George Lake, a Tuscaloosa resident, founded Senior Transition Advisors after facing the difficulties of finding a care home for a family member. With extensive knowledge of the local senior care industry, George is dedicated to helping families in his community make informed decisions about their loved ones’ care. His passion for assisting seniors and families stems from his personal experience, where he encountered the confusing and challenging process of finding a suitable care home. He is committed to providing families with the resources, guidance, and support they need to find the perfect care home for their loved ones, ensuring they can experience comfort, safety, and peace of mind.

Assisted Living FAQ

All of the work performed by Senior Transition Advisors is absolutely free. You will never be charged for any of our services, either by STA or the retirement communities we partner with.


We help your or your family member find the best senior care facility based on your individual needs and budget.

STA is locally owned. We are not a franchise. Our families have lived in the Tuscaloosa community for decades. Your family is important to us and we want to help you make the best decision for them.

We have personally experienced the uncertainty of finding a retirement community for a loved one. We help answer questions like:
What options are out there?
What are the costs?
Where do I start?

We find facilities for families in Alabama.

Our local advisor, George Lake, has years of expertise and knowledge of the communities and facilities in Tuscaloosa and West Alabama.

All at no cost to you.

We are paid on a referral basis from facilities, so our experienced guidance comes to your family at no cost. No hidden fees, no gimmicks. 

Let's Find the perfect facility.

We help simplify the process of finding the right care facility for your loved one.

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