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"From what you've told me, she shouldn't need a nursing home. She could live quite well in a residential care facility for much less money, with a lifestyle and environment that is far superior. It is much more home-like; people can get more privacy and comfort, and there are more caregivers per resident than nurses per patient in the nursing homes. "But I've already tried a referral service. They promised me 'fast answers,' and I thought that sounded very good. They gave me a list of 32 residential care facilities. I just about wore myself out these last two weeks looking at them and not one was suitable. They either cost too much, were in the wrong location, or were just unacceptable. After arriving at some, I didn't even get out of the car to look inside. Obviously residential care is not good enough and I've made a mistake trying to keep her out of the nursing home. Much as I hate it, I want to ask your help to place her into a skilled nursing facility." "I think that your only mistake was selecting a referral service for the wrong reasons. There are residential care facilities that could be just right for her and we can help." After a personal assessment of her mother, Dignified Living Choices took this daughter to see a lovely, clean, well-kept place that was able to provide all the care that would be needed, priced within her budget. She moved her mother immediately and was happy to enjoy a lot of quality time with her, in that facility, for the rest of her mother's life. Learn the questions to ask and how to select a helpful, dependable, free local referral service. One phone call can make all the difference in helping you do the right thing. Experienced personnel with suitable education and top qualifications help with all aspects of selection and move-in to a new home where all of the senior's care needs are fulfilled. This also works well for many seniors with conditions requiring a lot of care, such as diabetes, stroke, arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, dementia and incontinence. Call any time to see how our free service can help you, toll-free 1-866-DIGNIFY or (619) 846-3000.

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