Senior Placement Services and
Eldercare Consulting

North Broward and Palm Beach County, FL
Senior Care Authority

As your trusted eldercare consulting and placement agency in North Broward and Palm Beach County, FL we will help reduce the stress when exploring care decisions for your loved one.

Jodi Glacer

6615 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. #311 - Boynton Beach, FL 33437

Senior Care Authority

North Broward and Palm Beach County, FL
Senior Care Authority

We know that navigating senior care options can be an overwhelming process for you and your family. Our elder care service is here to help. As your advocate, we can do the homework for you. We'll help you sort through and understand all your care options, traverse a complex healthcare system, get accurate and up-to-date information, and connect you to vetted local resources.

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How can we help you make the best choices for your loved one?

Today, there are many wonderful, safe, and expert care options available for loved ones, but narrowing down choices and making the right one can be daunting. It's important to know you don't need to do so alone.

Whether you're looking for an assisted living facility, a residential care home, a memory care community, a skilled nursing facility, or you just want to research some possible options, our Certified Senior Advisors can help you make the right decision based on your needs, resources, and goals. Our team provides your family with the compassion and expertise you need when you need it most.

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Steps to Peace of Mind

Our senior placement services in North Broward and Palm Beach County, FL follow the following proven steps to find the most suitable care for your loved one.

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01  REACH OUT TO US

Call us or fill out the online form. We’ll respond within one business day.

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02  PHONE ASSESSMENT

Our first conversation will help us understand your family's needs, answer your questions, and set up a time to meet in person. Give us a call to set up a consultation!

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03  CONSULTATION

At our meeting, we’ll discuss various care options that might be the best fit for your loved one, taking into consideration care needs, geographic preference, and budget.

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04  MAKING A PLAN

Together we will create a plan with clear steps and goals to keep us on track. This will be your plan. We will help you manage all the steps.

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05  COMMUNITY OR CARE HOME SELECTION

When we identify potential providers, we’ll schedule tours, accompany you to each site, assist with paperwork, and moving arrangement.

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06  ONGOING SUPPORT

Once care has been established, we will follow up to ensure that your expectations of the care, comfort, & safety needs of your loved one are being met. We also can help you find other resources, such as attorneys, in-home care professionals, moving specialists, and more.

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Beyond Driving with Dignity

The Beyond Driving with Dignity training and certification program was designed to help senior drivers and their families work through the complicated issue of age-related diminishing driving skills. Beyond Driving with Dignity helps an older driver with diminishing skills make a smooth transition from the driver's seat to the passenger seat. The program also ensures that the individual can maintain as much independence as possible.

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Helping Seniors Lead Comfortable Lives
Types of Senior Living

Helping Seniors Lead Comfortable Lives

There are many skilled and compassionate senior living options available to help older adults feel secure and cared for. Our referral agency for seniors can help you and your family make the right choice.

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Types of Senior Living Communities

Assisted Living Community

Assisted living communities provide a safe, somewhat supervised environment for people who want assistance with meals, housekeeping, laundry, and transportation, as well as support with activities of daily living (ADLs) and medication management. Assisted living also provides opportunities for socialization, engagement, and activities.

Memory Care Community

Also called memory support, memory care communities offer many of the amenities and services provided by assisted living situations, but typically offer more supervision and a greater amount of caregiver involvement while assisting with a resident’s ADLs. Activities and care are geared toward people with varying levels of cognitive impairment.

Residential Care Homes

Sometimes called personal care homes, these facilities are typically private homes with fewer residents than in an assisted living community. Regulations vary from state to state; the common denominator is the homelike environment, and depending on licensing requirements, residential care homes often provide assisted living level care as well as memory support.

Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)

A SNF is a medical model, which means that this is often the most appropriate choice for people requiring medical interventions or recovering from an illness or injury. In many states, assisted living and memory care communities are not licensed to address certain medical needs such as IV therapies, feeding tubes, sliding scale diabetes treatment, and wound care. When this restriction exists, families are encouraged to explore a SNF.

Independent Living

This option is ideal for active, independent seniors who may decide that help with meal preparation, housekeeping, and laundry services will make their lives more enjoyable and manageable. Many independent living communities will offer some assistance with transportation and group activities as well.

Respite Care

Respite usually refers to a temporary situation where either a family needs a break from providing care at home or is unable to care for their loved one at home for a limited amount of time. Sometimes a brief respite opportunity can help a family caregiver regroup, take time for some self-care, or just rest and rejuvenation. Policies for respite vary from community to community.

Hospice Care

Hospice is the stage of care when curative strategies have been abandoned. Someone with a chronic illness in later stages or who may be within six months of end of life is a good candidate for these services. Hospice provides support not only for the person in care, but also bolsters the entire family by helping with grief and bereavement services, spiritual support, symptom and pain management, and more. Hospice can offer relief for families during an emotionally important but difficult time.

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) are for persons 60 years of age or older. They provde individuals long term care in the form of independent living units, residential care/assisted living services, and skilled nursing care. Typically, all these various living types are all in one location, and residents move between the various care options as they age.

Grandpa and Grandson

“Jodi helped us through the entire process. She always took my calls, and answered emails quickly. She is very knowledgeable. and kind.”

- Judith Brooker

“Jodi is a caring professional that is committed to excellence and the very best for her clients and their families.”

- Patricia Forde

“Jodi was fantastic in facilitating a re-location to a skilled nursing facility. She identified potential options, worked through insurance coverage issues, and arranged for transfer.”

- Brian Corrigan
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