Why Elder Pilot?
Flying by the seat of your pants is no way to choose a Long-Term Care home or Retirement Residence
Today you start the task of searching for a Long-Term Care Home or Retirement Residence for someone you care about. You weren’t chosen by your siblings because of your extensive knowledge of the topic, nor do you have a degree in Gerontology. You may have been chosen because you live in the city of choice, or perhaps your work schedule allows for flexibility.
This is a daunting task and you are shouldering the weight of responsibility. After all, the person at the centre of this search is someone you don’t want to disappoint. This is the person who taught you to swing a baseball bat, helped you make the sun and planet model for science class, and kicked the tires of your first vehicle to show approval.
This is the person who came and gave your first house the once over before you placed an offer to purchase. So now it’s time to return the favour and you need to rise to the challenge.
Elderpilot was written for people like you who just want to make the best decision possible. The easy to use checklist clearly guides the user through the tour: providing prompts regarding care and services. With the app in hand you can check observations, reflect back on the categories, and ask questions about items that were not mentioned or seen on the tour. Add a photo and you are ready to move on to the next home.
If your Elder cannot make the trek through the Homes, you are able to provide a snapshot of each place for their consideration. What an empowering experience to know that someone took the time to record, compare, and contrast what they saw, rather than providing a hodge podge mix of information.
Now is the time to sit back and enjoy the awestruck look from those who fully expected that you would fly by the seat of your pants to get the job done. They were still sitting on the tarmac while you had an experienced Elder Pilot in your corner.
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Everything you need to know when selecting a Long-Term Care or Retirement Home. Questions to ask. Detail scores and reports you can share with Family.