On January 31, Finding Assisted Living had its first in a series of educational programs designed to teach the public about what will be faced when transitioning into a senior lifestyle. Finding Assisted Living is a Florida-wide directory of professional and business people who are concerned with a wide range of issues affecting seniors, their families and loved ones. This network’s purpose is to provide accurate and trustworthy information for people who are moving into their senior years.
The challenges may vary from selling a residence to finding a new and satisfying lifestyle to settling legal and financial affairs. No one professional or business person could be knowledgeable in all of these areas. Instead, Finding Assisted Living has assembled a network of professional practices and business people who are able to deal with all of these challenges.
The presentations included:
Finding Assisted Living thanks the staff of Tomoka Christian Church for the use of their facility and the luncheon served. FAL looks forward to continuing to educate the public through future speaker-based programs and its web outreach at FindingAssistedLiving.com.
Finding Assisted Living and FindingAssistedLiving.com’s Lunch and Learn is next week on January 31st, at the Tomoka Christian Church in Ormond Beach. This free event will feature topics on making the transition to Senior Living and a Senior Lifestyle by our Panel of Specialists. Click on the image to register.
Finding Assisted Living and FindingAssistedLiving.com are hosting a Lunch and Learn at the Tomoka Christian Church in Ormond Beach on January 31st, 2017. Topics by our Panel of Specialists will focus on making the transition to Senior Living and a Senior Lifestyle.
If you are a senior or have a loved one who is approaching their senior years, you may have already thought about the important decisions and challenges that lie ahead.
These demands can overwhelm even well-prepared and highly-educated people. No one person can be an expert in all the fields of law, finance and estate planning, taxation, asset protection, medical affairs and the many other questions and tasks that must be faced. In some cases, the advice of a trusted friend or family member may turn out to be a good choice, but it is unlikely that they will have the answers to all, or even most of your questions.
The mission of Finding Assisted Living (FAL) is to provide answers to all of these obstacles. Finding Assisted Living and FindingAssistedLiving.com provide knowledgeable, unbiased and trustworthy answers and solutions to the questions faced by those approaching their senior years or transitioning into a senior lifestyle. Finding Assisted Living is not a single business, profession or professional practice. It is a network, a collection of highly-qualified professionals in the fields of medicine, law, taxation, finance and estate planning, real estate and senior placement.
In moving from middle life to senior years, you are likely to face challenges in one or more of these areas. Finding Assisted Living can help you find a real estate pro in your area, an accountant or CPA who understands your particular situation, a physician who can evaluate your medical needs, a placement specialist who can help you choose an assisted living facility or an attorney who can prepare needed legal documents. The Finding Assisted Living network of professional specialists and related businesses can help you make these important and difficult decisions.
FAL real estate professionals know the market in your area or in the area to which you wish to relocate. Finding Assisted Living placement specialists know the qualifications, capabilities and reputations of the assisted living facilities and other senior-care choices in your area. By directing you to vetted businesses and highly-qualified professional practices, Finding Assisted Living can make the task of planning easier, safer and more satisfying.
You can start now to assemble a team that will deal with these choices, decisions and challenges. Go to FindingAssistedLiving.com or call 866-333-2657.