6965 El Camino Real, Suite 105-647
Carlsbad CA 92009
Business Phone: (760) 626-2424 Ext. 1
Visit Christine's website to find out more about her Assisted Living Facilities Services in the Northeast San Diego County Area
After several years of Workers Comp case management experience and over 10 years of healthcare marketing, Christine Cifuentes has found the perfect match with Senior Care Authority to utilize her life experiences to help so many people who are facing life changing decisions for themselves or a family member.
Senior Care Authority serves families throughout the country through its network of professionals providing elder care consulting and personalized senior placement assistance to families seeking the best care options at home, assisted living and memory care communities.
“Family means everything to me. Both of my grandmothers influenced me as a young girl – to reach out to those in need and to help however possible. One grandmother was a lifelong nurse and caretaker, the other worked for decades with the Salvation Army as a devoted servant to families in need of assistance. And I made a pledge to someday devote myself to families in my community and I now have that opportunity with SCA.”
As Regional Sales Manager at MES Solutions and Claims Specialist at Broadspire, Christine acted as liaison between medical providers and injured workers, assisting them through the claims process. Building trusting relationships and being an empathetic resource for her clients. Christine has a BA degree in finance from Washington State University.
“My experience allows me to help clients navigate through a difficult and emotional process. I have a passion for helping others and pride myself in providing excellent service to my clients. SCA allows me to work with families in my community to remove the uncertainty and stress to those families dealing with senior care placement.”
Christine now spends much of her time touring and reviewing local living communities – including assisted living, independent living, dementia and memory care, and residential care homes. She meets one-on-one with families to assess their needs. Accompanies them on tours of pre-approved homes, assists them with their negotiations and paperwork, and follows up with her clients once the placement has been made.
Christine's Latest Posts
THE AGING BOOMERS - Meeting the Challenges of Solo Aging
24 Mar 2017
Sara Zeff Geber has a Ph.D. in Counseling and Human Behavior and is the founder of LifeEncore. She is also a certified retirement coach and a recognized expert in motivating baby boomers to plan fo...
Finding Your Seat, Finding Your Way
17 Mar 2017
Moving to an assisted living community, particularly as a single person, can feel reminiscent of the high school cafeteria at your new school. Where do I sit? Who do I talk to? Is there a frie...
"I'm Not Really Hungry"
11 Mar 2017
The last time you were visiting Mom, did you happen to look in her refrigerator or cupboards? Did they contain the foods you remember when you were growing up? Were there fresh items, dairy pr...
03 Mar 2017
How do we make one of the most unsafe areas in the home more elderly friendly and safe? We are talking about the bathroom. The bathroom presents many opportunities for falling, leading to an increa...
What You Need To Know About Estate Planning
24 Feb 2017
Kimberly McGhee is an elder law attorney who focuses her practice on advocating and protecting her clients’ best interests. She possesses a broad range of experience in the areas of estate planning...
What is Lost and What is Found
23 Feb 2017
Daily, my inbox is full of articles, blogs, and personal stories about being a care partner for a loved one with dementia. Each has its own gems and perspectives. I eagerly flag the ones I don’t ha...
Sara Zeff Geber has a Ph.D. in Counseling and Human Behavior and is the founder of LifeEncore. She is also a certified retirement coach and a recognized expert in motivating baby boomers to plan for the next phase of life.[read more...]
Moving to an assisted living community, particularly as a single person, can feel reminiscent of the high school cafeteria at your new school. Where do I sit? Who do I talk to? Is there a friendly welcoming face in this crowd? Who will teach me the ropes?[read more...]
The last time you were visiting Mom, did you happen to look in her refrigerator or cupboards? Did they contain the foods you remember when you were growing up? Were there fresh items, dairy products such as milk with current expiration dates? Was there some nutritional balance in the assortment of foods?[read more...]