How do I know what services my loved one needs?

  • We are able to do a complimentary consultation, which will include reviewing all care needs. Based on over 20 years of experience and our preferred partnership knowledge, our Team will be able to help navigate if Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care or other services would be beneficial.

How much are your services?

  • Our services are free to the public, including a consultation, scheduling tours, helping with necessary paperwork and steps needed to complete move in.

What documents are needed when moving to a community?

  • The documents that are preferred, but may vary by community are Living Will, DNR, Power of Attorney (Medical & Financial), Health Surrogate, Probate and Legal Guardianship. If you are considering a move to an Assisted Living & Memory Care Community, you will also need an 1823 Health Assessment Form, which our Team can assist you with, prior to your move.

How much does a community cost per month?

  • Communities will vary based on the type of community (independent, assisted or memory care), style of apartment, and care services needed. Our Team has a monthly cost comparison tool that helps many of our families understand what to expect with a move compared to current living costs. When our Team meets with you, we will only recommend communities that will fit your budget.

What should I look for in a community?

  • When we meet with you, we will review your top priorities and what is most important to you. Some important aspects to consider are the care provided, social aspects, dining accommodations, and safety.

How soon can I make a move for my loved one?

  • With our Team, we can typically navigate a move as soon as possible, based on community availability. We will work with you to ensure all documents are in place, assessments are completed and necessary steps are taken prior to move in.

Does my loved one need an assessment?

  • If you are considering assisted living or memory care, then their Team will conduct an assessment. As assessment is simply questions to understand all of their current care needs, including activities of daily living, medication management, and more.
  • Assisted Living:
    Canterfield of Tallahassee
    Harbor Chase
    Grove at Canopy
    Tapestry at Lakeshore
    Tapestry Walden
    Magnolia Place
    Magnolia House
  • Memory Care:
    YourLife
    Canterfield of Tallahassee
    Grove at Canopy
    Tapestry at Lakeshore
    Tapestry Walden
    St. Augustine Plantation
    Azalea Gardens
    Magnolia Place
  • Independent Living:
    Grove at Canopy
    Canterfield of Tallahassee
    Magnolia Place
  • Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation:
    Centre Pointe
    Encompass
    Seven Hills
    TMH Rehab
  • Hospice:
    Big Bend Hospice
  • Home Health Care:
    Home Instead

Does my loved one need an assessment?

  • If you are considering assisted living or memory care, then their Team will conduct an assessment. As assessment is simply questions to understand all of their current care needs, including activities of daily living, medication management, and more.

Does my loved one need an assessment?

  • Caregiver and Family Support Groups
  • Medical Providers & Specialists
  • Home Health Care / Private Nursing Care
  • Rehabilitative Therapy
  • Independent/Assisted Living, Memory Care
  • Skilled Nursing/ Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Programs
  • Medical Equipment & Supplies
  • Prescription Assistance
  • Legal/Financial/Retirement Planning
  • Veteran Assistance
  • Food Programs
  • Transportation
  • Support Groups and more

Why use a senior care consultant?

  • Are you, or is someone you love trying to make difficult care decisions?
  • Are you confused by the choices you face as you age?
  • Do you need help understanding short term versus long term care options?
  • Do you need to plan for future care needs, Such as Legal, Medical, or Financial?
  • Are you trying to stay in your home as you age?
  • Do you need help taking care of your elderly parents?
  • Have you made phone calls looking for local services, but still haven’t received answers?

Why All Care

  • 1) Local
  • 2) Commitment to working one on one.
  • 3) Compassion
  • 4) Customized planning

Senior Care Planning

We can help you find the best financial, clinical, social and geographical fit for your loved one.

  • Private Nurses in the home
  • Independent living
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • Long Term Care
  • Nursing Home
  • Hospice Care
  • Head to Toe Wellness Evaluation by an RN
  • Assistance with VA application to pay for Assisted Living
  • Assistance with activating Long Term care insurance policy for pay for assisted living care
  • Home safety checks
  • Caregiver training, education and support
  • Assisting families with placement for appropriate and safe living solutions

To provide family caregivers the necessary skills they need in order to provide day to day care.

  • Explore your future care options and develop an action plan to meet your clinical needs and financial resources
  • Access resources you need to make informed choices and live independently in your community
  • Understand options if you are considering in-home support or placement

Also ask about our Transition and Maintenance programs

  • From Hospital to Rehab
  • From Rehab to Assisted Living or Home
  • Scheduled visits and well checks to facilities
  • Advocacy for out of state or long distance communication resources

We can help you find connections to available services such as:

  • Caregiver and Family Support Groups
  • Medical Providers & Specialists
  • Home Health Care / Private Nursing Care
  • Rehabilitative Therapy
  • Independent/Assisted Living, Memory Care
  • Skilled Nursing/ Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Programs
  • Medical Equipment & Supplies
  • Prescription Assistance
  • Legal/Financial/Retirement Planning
  • Veteran Assistance
  • Food Programs
  • Transportation
  • Support Groups and more