This excerpt from our blog, I will never "put" you anywhere" sums up our beliefs:
And when the time arises, that you may need
Support and care beyond my reach,
I will sleep at night, with peaceful bliss,
And that is why I will never "put" you anywhere.
For we have found a place,
After thoughtful reflection, and loving review,
Because I have chosen for you in the best way I know
And you were not "put" anywhere.
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At Elder Pilot we believe in Advocacy and Action when it comes to Eldercare. The blogs reflect our viewpoint about quality of life for seniors, as well as providing practical, timely tips to help make the search for, and transition into a Long-Term Care home easier.
Preparedness is the wisest strategy you can utilize when searching for your next residence. Learning about the qualifying requirements, wait lists, costs, and options available, are part of successful transitioning. Understanding what questions to ask, how to navigate a home tour, and record observations, may reduce some of the stressors in the decision making process.
When the move is finally realized, there is still a support system in place, right where you left it, at Elderpilot, and You were not "put" anywhere.
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