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Why it matters?

  • The Journey: As Senior Advocates we give you an insider's view on local senior communities and eldercare options or how we like to refer to as "Olders Options", Organize guided tours of Residential Care Homes, Memory Care, Independent Living and Assisted Living Communities,
  • Wanting the Best: Help with accessing senior living needs, we will prioritize your available options based on locations, services, features, costs, and your personalized criteria. Once you determine the option that your feel is best, we coordinate final arrangements prior to move-in,
  • Superior Care: We conduct in-depth, Personalized Assessments which are the foundation we use to narrow down and match your best living options. Generally we will find at least 3 living options to tour and compare. We research Department of Health Services to only recommend living options with the best compliance records. Checking violations and compliance with licensing requirements is very important.
  • Accountability: We accurately maintain records of senior client's information with name of chosen living option and move in dates. We maintain records of each community, we refer to appropriate agencies when needed such as : Home Health Care, Private Duty and Hospice.
  • Cost: We negotiate you the best terms and pricing with chosen living option.

Whether you are looking to retire in a retirement community or need assisted living, we will be by your side to deal with every concern and help answer every question. We are a free resource helping seniors, families, moms and dads find assisted living facilities, dementia care, Alzheimer's memory care, and nursing homes. "senior care, senior housing, finding senior housing, determining senior housing options

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Senior Living Options

Helping seniors live quality lives

Assisted Living

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Independent Living

Son and Senior Parents with Disabilities in Assisted Living

Assisted Living Homes

Professional caretaker with her senior charge sitting on a sofa in a bright living room of an assisted living house

Memory Care

assisted living senior

Stay At Home with Private Duty Care

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Who are we?

We are two young grandmas, mothers and daughters of senior moms who understand the needs of getting older. We have many years of experience, love meeting people, and enjoy helping.

Laura Larkin

Senior Advocate

Holistic Nutritionist

Pam Keogh

Senior Advocate

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  • Provide a wide range of services to individuals who can no longer live on their own safely. Seniors maintain some level of independence but require support with activities of daily living (ADLs).
  • Residents live in private apartments, which may have a limited kitchen.
  • Assistance with medications
  • Assistance with activities of daily living (i.e., bathing, dressing, continence care)
  • All meals and snacks provided
  • Housekeeping
  • Care staff available 24/7
  • On-site licensed nursing
  • Social activities
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Average Price Range: $3,000 - $7,000+ per month

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Private licensed homes that offer personalized service to 5 – 10 residents who live together in a house setting with live-in caretakers. An excellent option for those who require a highhat offer personalized service to 5 – 10 residents who live together in a house setting with live-in caretakers. An excellent option for those who require a high level of care but do not require a Skilled Nursing Facility.
  • 24/7 care provided
  • May provide awake night staff.
  • Assistance with activities of daily living (i.e., bathing, dressing, continence care)
  • Assistance with medications
  • All meals and snacks provided
  • Private or Semi-Private bedrooms
  • Each home varies in style, size of rooms, and activities.
  • Able to handle end-of-life care.
  • Average Price Range: $3000 - $5000+ per month


Specifically handling dementia and Alzheimer’s care. Many communities have Memory Care Units, and many Residential Care Homes can handle dementia care.

The average Price Range is $4,800+ per month.

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I met an 89-year-old woman named Lily in 1998.

Lily, who was born with Polio, spent her life walking with walking sticks, and as she aged, she was confined to a wheelchair. Although limited, she was full of spunk and didn't let her handicap get in the way! She lived a healthy (food) lifestyle.

As I got to know Lily, I learned she had lived alone for over 50 years! She lived in the same house, in Sunnyslope, AZ, for all those years. She never had any children, and her husband left her early. Even though alone, she still wore her Black hills gold wedding ring, which she cherished. I still feel a special connection to her, as I have had the honor of wearing her ring since she gave it to me before her death.

When I met Lily, she had not left her home in over 20 years, not even going outside. Lily was alone and lived on one meal daily (from Meals on Wheels). From the moment I met her, I could not help but want to help her in any way that I could. I found myself over there every week. I would even bring my kids, who adored her as much as I did. We would make her breakfast or lunch, and she loved getting ice cream just as much as we loved getting it for her. She never asked for help, but I was determined to help her with her quality of life! I had recruited my friends to take care of her lawn, and we would all help clean her house and prepare light meals for her to eat on the days we could not be there. Once she realized she could trust me, she would call me often to talk and see when we were coming over again. She was one of a kind!

After spending a lot of time with Lily and getting to know her, I discovered that her neighbors had been stealing her little money. I didn't know what to do when I found out, but I felt it was my duty to help her, so I contacted Adult Protective Services. My heart was broken when I learned they transferred her to a nursing home, where she was away from the only home she had known for 50 years. I went to visit, and all she would do, at that point, was cry and ask to go home. After a short stay at that home, she moved again, and because I was not a family member or a legal guardian, they would not tell me where they moved her to. Days that felt like months went by that. I thought of her for hours, wondering where she was and how she was coping. During those long weeks, for some strange reason, one day, I flipped through the paper, read the obituaries, and was shocked and saddened to see Lily had passed away. I learned that her funeral was that very day, so I grabbed my friend and went to the cemetery to see her one last time. When we arrived, we noticed the only two people who showed up were the two who had stolen from her. This was a sad way to end our journey, but I will never forget Lily and how she touched my life.

The day Lily died, I became determined to be a Senior Advocate. I never want to see what happened to Lily happens to anyone else.

Let's work together to ensure you or your family member has the right to "age gracefully" in a comfortable living space.

Lily, this is for you!

How it all started

Lily S Berry

21 Jan 1909 |9 Jan 1999

Forever Lilytoday