My name is Judy Bernstein and I am a Senior Residential Placement Advisor with Premier Residential Solutions. Over the years it has been my privilege to have reduced the stress and burden of a great many family members.. How was I able to do this? By helping them find the ideal community to fit their loved one's needs.
Senior Placement Services
Independent communities: Independent living - no care provided
* Assisted Living: Non- medical assistance for activities of daily living
* Residential Board and Care Homes: Personalized supervision for frail seniors
* Alzheimer's and Dementia Communities: Specially trained staff for dementia
* Residential Transitions: Making transitions to a new residence
* Senior Resources: Including in-home care, attorneys, movers, organizers, etc.
* Tours: Will accompany seniors to site visits upon request
* On-going support from someone with whom to talk over issues, needs and preferences
I begin with a comprehensive assessment of your loved one's needs, budget, desired location, and other dynamics that will result in excellent care, and immediately eliminate communities that are not suitable for them. My goal is to provide your loved one with the best options for living the rest of their life with dignity and exceptional care.
I love what I do. My work is personal and confidential, and I honor the uniqueness of each situation.
Sometime I become the family's guidance counselor , and after placement we often remain friends.
Best of all, I am able to provide Premier Residential Solutions FREE
of charge. The licensed quality communities where I place people pay for my services. In addition, I have an Administrator's License which enables me to keep up-to -date with the rules and regulations governing these communities and homes.
I pledge to treat you and your family with respect, compassion, and dignity, and to save you time, energy, and stress. To give you the peace of mind of knowing that you made the best choice.
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