“Where do I start?” “How can I make sure that my older loved one is safe?” A great deal of questions surface when you begin exploring senior care options. That’s why we’re available anytime to support you with answers, advice, and perspective. Much more than the transactional “admissions” approach, Abramson Care Advisors offer free access to true senior care consultants and experienced professionals, who are ready to listen and offer thoughtful suggestions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our senior care consultants can help you locate options within the community that fit you and your loved one's needs, working with you so you feel confident in the senior care decisions you make.

 

For more information or to make a referral, please call 215.371.3400. Someone is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to talk.

 

We’re available to provide help and senior care advice every step of the way, so that you can build a support plan that truly meets the senior care needs of your loved one.

 

How to get support.

 

Once you have recognized that your older loved one could benefit from assistance, the next step is to reach out for support. But where do you go? How do you find the safest and healthiest path possible? The options can be overwhelming. That’s why we work with you to eliminate the guesswork and uncertainty. We give you the clarity you need to determine which services and what level of care will work best for your loved one.

 

Our answers to your questions come with knowledge, experience, compassion, and understanding.

 

Our aim is to help you identify the best solution for your needs. We understand it may take more than one phone conversation to reach that solution, so we provide regular follow-ups to make sure that your course of action continues to work for you.

 

Our senior care consulting always flexes to your needs, whether you are dealing with a crisis situation or planning ahead for future needs.

 

What are the signs that a senior loved one or caregiver may need assistance?

 

  • Concerns about the safety of a loved one living alone
  • Confusion surrounding a loved one's medical condition or changes in behavior
  • Need for awareness of available services for seniors and caregivers
  • Worries about the options and costs of senior care
  • Stress brought on by the emotional and physical demands of caregiving
  • Anticipation of —or assistance with —a crisis with a relative

 

What services can senior care advisors help you locate?

 

  • Caregiver support services
  • Geriatric care management
  • Home Care
  • Hospice
  • Post-hospital rehabilitative care
  • Senior living options