Lilytoday was founded with a rebellious spirit to change the premise of Living for today to "Living for Tomorrow"
Consulting with families to find the best quality of life referrals and senior housing options. Your Assisted Living Locator| Finding what's right for you.
We understand that finding the right Senior Housing Assisted Living Community can not only be time-consuming but it can also be a very difficult decision. We work with you on a personal level and assist you in finding the right services, communities, and support through the process.
Here at Lilytoday, we consult with families to create individualized senior living plans. We help narrow down choices for senior living, saving valuable time and money. Our specialty is assisting our clients with pricing, discount incentives, insight into different communities, and evaluating needs for both now and the future. Lilytoday is a free service; we are compensated if and when we make a successful match to a community or group home by the senior housing community.
Our initial conversations are meant to assess our client's needs and how best we can help. Learning what our clients are looking for and matching budgeting needs is our specialty. We assist with all of your senior housing needs from referrals to help you move to how to apply for Arizona Long Term Care Insurance and VA benefits.
We personally visit and evaluate each group home and or senior housing community looking for the most critical 7 Quality-of-Life Factors: well-being, safety, comfort, cleanliness, maintenance, supplies, and caregiver observations.
Our experienced and highly-trained advocates will arrange senior housing and memory care community tours, check health inspection records and be with you throughout the entire process from consultation, price negotiation, tour setups and true advocacy on your behalf.
Laura Larkin has an ever-growing list of experience and certifications that have helped her develop this one of a kind business! Just to name a few: ElderCare Training, AZ Bridge to Independent Living Certified Personal Assistant, Nursing Assistant, Board Certified Integrative Nutritionist, Certified Senior Fitness Specialist, Certified Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist. Volunteer of the Year -Parents Anonymous, Volunteer Phoenix Baptist Hospital - Volunteer Maricopa County Adult Probation Officer - Volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate and Peer Coordinator
As the Executive Director of The Delia Foundation Laura is passionate about improving the quality of life for others and helping us to age gracefully. Contact Senior Care Advocate Laura for your senior housing needs: 480-600-7950 Laura@lilytoday.com
Pam Keogh brings with her a career of experience in the field of customer care. She is the mom of two and a grandmother of six. Pam is a strong advocate not only for her parents and relatives but for all of those she meets. She never leaves a stone unturned to find needed resources and answers. She is a great asset to lilytoday and to all of our clients. Contact Senior Care Advocate Pam: 623-229-5225 email@example.com for your senior housing and memory care needs
“If you are looking for a compassionate, caring person Robert is your guy. Single dad of two Robert brings with him lots of experience in marketing. "His friendliness and professionalism are what we love about him."
Robert is driven to help find the best solution for senior living housing.
Contact Senior Care Advocate Robert: 602-422-7326 firstname.lastname@example.org for your senior housing and memory care needs
We all age differently, some of us may want to be involved, some of us may need a little extra help and some of us may need more help than others.
Independent living communities ( retirement homes) rather big or small offer an array of options.
We match you to the community with the options that are important to you.
Come tour with us.
The convenience of Independent Retirement Living, dining programs, swimming pools, hair salon, housekeeping and laundry services, transportation to activities, shopping, and medical appointments. Apartment homes detached casitas, cable, pets, patios and much more depending on the community.
Our services to locate senior housing and memory care are free to our clients to assist you in referring to an assisted living facility. We are compensated for our services by fees paid by a facility that you or your loved one chooses to move to. We are required to make the following disclosures to you at the time of or before referring you to a facility so that we may receive our fees and you are required to acknowledge receipt of these disclosures.
Please be advised that: Lilytoday
1. DOES NOT HAVE ANY CURRENT BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. THERE IS NO COMMON OWNERSHIP OR CONTROL, NOR ANY OTHER FINANCIAL, BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT OR FAMILIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SENIOR CARE TRANSITIONS AND THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY.
2. THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY PAYS A FEE TO Lilytoday IN CONNECTION WITH THE REFERRAL.
3. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PAY ANY FEE. THE AMOUNT OF THE FEE OR A GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE OF THE FEE TO BE PAID BY THE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY TO SENIOR CARE TRANSITIONS WILL VARY DEPENDING ON THE LIVING ARRANGEMENTS YOU CHOOSE.
Lilytoday will be providing you with a disclosure form upon move-in to a community or group home.
Let us know about your questions or concerns. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Feel free to email or call anyone on our team
3655 W. Anthem Way Suite A-109 PMB 359, Anthem, AZ 85086
Available 7 days a week : (480) 600-7950
Glendale, Peoria, Surprise, Sun City area
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 she was 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 that she had lived by herself for over 50 years! She lived in the same house, in Sunnyslope AZ, for all of those years. She never had any children and her husband left her at an early age. Even though she was alone, she still wore her Black hills, gold wedding ring, as it was something 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 prior to her death.
At the time I met Lily, she had not left her home in over 20 years, not even to go outside. Lily was alone and lived on 1 meal a day (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 on a weekly basis. 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 any 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 were not able to be there. Once she realized she could trust me, she would call me often just to talk and see when we were coming over again. She really was one of a kind!
After spending a lot of time with Lily and really getting to know her, I discovered that her neighbors had been stealing what little money she had. 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 found out 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 just cry and ask to go home. After a short stay at that home, she was 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 we went to the cemetery to see her one last time. When we arrived, we noticed the only 2 people that showed up, were the very 2 that had stolen from her. This was a sad way to end our journey, but I will never forget Lily and the way 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 happen to anyone else.
Let's work together to make sure you or your family member has the right to "age gracefully" in a comfortable living space.
Lily, this is for you!
Lily S Berry
21 Jan 1909 | 9 Jan 1999 |