First Choice Senior Placement Assists with Senior Care Issues
C MARCH 18, 2019 –Experienced senior care advisors Todd and Kelley Goodman are pleased to announce the opening of First Choice Senior Placement. The company, founded by the Goodmans, navigates Sacramento area families through the challenging issues related to senior care.
First Choice Senior Placement provides professional recommendations related to Assisted Living, Memory Care, Residential Board and Care Homes, and In-Home Care options throughout Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties. The company’s expertise includes knowledge of more than 600 licensed providers in the greater Sacramento area.
First Choice offers its services at no cost to families that it serves.
The Goodmans, both Certified Senior Care Advisors, have helped more than 1,000 families since starting in the senior care placement field in 2013. They both hold California Residential Care for the Elderly Administrator Certification and offer years of experience in helping families find the best options.
“Our combined knowledge of senior care in the greater Sacramento area works to your benefit,” said Kelley Goodman. “Our main objective is to help you find the right care options for your loved one.”
Elder care options in the greater Sacramento area range from independent living communities to 24-hour in-home care or various levels of assisted living. Navigating the process and selecting the right option can seem overwhelming.
First Choice understands how grueling this experience can be for families. The companyprovidesstep-by-step guidance including individualized options that help clients maintain their independence while meeting safety and health considerations as well. Clients continue to receive guidance and support throughout the care evaluation and selection process to make the transition as seamless as possible.
“We have made it our mission to personally tour the senior care communities throughout the area and will only recommend care options that uphold our high standards for care and state compliance,” said Todd Goodman.
The process starts with a meeting by phone, e-mail or in person to discuss potential clients’ current situation and the level of care required. The discussion will include the senior’s preferred location, activities of daily living that need support, social needs and desired activity level.
Solutions offered by First Choice address both the needs and budget of each client. Furthermore, services remain free of charge and accessible to anyone in need of placement advice or assistance in the greater Sacramento area.
For more information about First Choice Senior Placement, visit its website at https://firstchoiceseniorplacement.com or call 916-409-6742.