Senior Care Authority

National Resources

Area Owners: Mike Kearney and Dave Schanz, Local Senior Advisor Local Senior Advisors

National Resources

Senior Care Authority® is pleased to offer the following list of trusted organizations providing a variety of solutions to support you and your family. ​

AARP Money Management Program (www.aarpmmp.org)

Provides a network of money management programs for elders

Alzheimer's Association (www.alz.org)

Resources for individuals, families, and caregivers who are navigating Alzheimer’s 

American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging (www.abanet.org/aging)

Lists statewide resources to help older adults with legal issues

American Parkinson Disease Association (www.apdaparkinson.org)

Resources for people faced with Parkinson’s Disease

Benefits Check Up (www.benefitscheckup.org)

Helps identify benefits programs available for older adults with limited incomes

Boomers Today (http://www.seniorcareauthority.com/podcasts.html)

Weekly podcasts on subjects of interest to families navigating decisions related to all aspects of aging (both recorded and transcribed)

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services  (http://www.cms.gov)

Comprehensive information on Medicare and Medicaid, including ratings of skilled nursing facilities

Charity Navigator (www.charitynavigator.org)

A guide for giving that rates charities and helps ensure giving to legitimate organizations

Daily Caring  www.dailycaring.com

Comprehensive tips for caregivers

Give (www.give.org)

Organization created by the Better Business Bureau to research charities and encourage smart giving decisions 

Leading Age (www.leadingage.org)

Inspiration, service, and advocacy for older adults

Legal Services Corporation (www.lsc.gov)

Lists civil legal assistance to low-income US residents

Long Term Care (http://longtermcare.acl.gov/)

Basics of long-term care - find out about costs, options, and more 

Long Term Care Ombudsman (http://www.ltcombudsman.org)

Advocacy for rights of people living in long-term care communities 

Meals on Wheels (http://www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org)

Guide to in home food delivery for seniors

Medicare (www.medicare.gov)

Information on Medicare, including an evaluation of skilled nursing facilities

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (www.naela.org)

Searchable directory of elder law attorneys

National Adult Protective Services Association (www.napsa-now.org)

The National Center on Elder Abuse (www.ncea.aoa.gov)

Provides contact information for reporting suspected elder abuse for each state

National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (www.preventelderabuse.org)

General information about elder abuse, and lists community resources

National Council on Aging (www.ncoa.org)

Resources and options for older adults and families

My family was working on a short time schedule, and Mike was very helpful in pinpointing communities that would serve my father's needs. He thus shortened our search by getting much of the preliminary work done so we could just focus on selecting the right community. He listened carefully, consulted with doctors directly, and asked good questions to point out things we might be missing or not knowing to look for. My family is very happy with the results we achieved, and Mike was instrumental in making that happen.

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"Mike, Thank you for all of your help easing my mind with the speed that things progressed with car of my mom."

- Donna C.

"Dave helped our family immensely. We had a lot of curveballs thrown at us. Dave provided clear and calm advice and got us to where we needed to be in the end."

- Lori D.

"Our family had a wonderful experience dealing with Senior Care Authority. They were very knowledgeable and supplied us with all the information we needed. The process can be very challenging but David did all the leg work and helped us every step of the way."

- Patty H.

"Mike, Thank you for your message. Mom has become comfortable at the Village at Mill Landing. We are both so thankful that you were able to help get us there! For the last two months, I have been able to get her out to attend services at her church. After Mass, we go to lunch at Schallers or Bill Grays. She enjoys doing that and looks forward to those excursions. At Thanksgiving, I was able to take her to our son's house in Brighton for the afternoon. Thanks again for all that you did for us. We really appreciate you help."

- Jim P Constant

“Hello Mike, In a time when there is high stress, and an inability to process all the work necessary to facilitate my mom‘s care from rehab to assisted living, an angel was sent to me to help organize and expedite the transition. I can’t say enough good things about Linda Peter. Without having a manual of how things work, she took the lead with contacting and scheduling assisted living tours, helped me ask the right questions, and also took the time to listen to my concerns. During that same week, when I was paralyzed with anxiety, regarding the next steps, she reached out to me to help process the long-term care claim. This, without a doubt, relieved a majority of my anxiety, as I am not familiar with policies and authorizations. Linda continues to reach out to me and advised me to contact her with any questions. Linda is definitely an asset to your organization, and I am so thankful for her calming approach, and the help provided to me.”

- Diane A

"Our family had a wonderful experience dealing with David and Senior Care Authority. They were very knowledgeable and supplied us with all the information we needed. The process can be very challenging but David did all the leg work and helped us every step of the way. I would highly recommend Senior Care Authority."

- Patty H. Survey
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