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A Home That Cares - Bonnie Davis, Senior Placement Advisor

Bonnie Davis
9854 National Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034

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Free Elder Care Advice from a  LOCAL PROFESSIONAL
Call (310) 592-2381

Many years ago, my mom told me that I saved her life by moving her from her home to a senior residence. My mother was freed from housekeeping, meal preparation and driving obligations, and able to enjoy a comfortable, safe and active lifestyle again.

In life we make many strategic moves for ourselves and our family, none more important than elder care. A Home That Cares comes from the idea that at critical junctures, knowledge is key in making the BEST choice.

- Bonnie Davis, Elder Care Advisor

Before starting A Home That Cares, Bonnie was the top eldercare advisor in the country for the nation’s largest senior referral company. She received more referrals from professionals and colleagues in her field than any other advisor.

Bonnie has assisted over one thousand families in their search for appropriate care. She is now eager to serve you. 

Bonnie Davis bring years of experience help families through this process with a minimum of anxiety to get the best results. We have assisted over one thousand families by listening carefully, providing information, and discussing options – all with the goal of helping your senior. Our services are free to families because we are compensated by licensed properties and agencies.

We help you find the most appropriate solution, including:

    Independent/Retirement Living
    Assisted Living
    Memory Care Communities
    Residential Board and Care Homes
    Home Care
    Skilled Nursing Care
      Immediate Hospital Discharge

Call 310-592-2381

Placement Service:

Assessment:  We ask strategic questions to make sure we truly understand. We want to know not just the care needs, but also who we are dealing with. What would make your senior the most comfortable, happy and thriving?  

Location:  Where is the family located, and where is the support system in place? Are there multiple locations to consider if a move is necessary? Would home care suffice?

Constraints and Opportunities:  Are there funding sources that have not been considered, such as Veteran’s Benefits or Long Term Care Insurance policies?

Activities and Interests:  Are there activities or interests that have fallen by the wayside, but would be pursued if given the opportunity? What would enhance the life of this individual or couple? What family members or friends can help with the transition?

Tailor a Plan:  Based on the comprehensive assessment, we speak with you about specific resources available to your senior and family. An appropriate number of residential choices or home care providers are put forth for consideration.  

Touring:  With our guidance you become savvy consumers of eldercare resources. We help you to the degree you desire, every step of the way. Our goal is to save you stress, anxiety, time, energy, and money. We show you what to look for, and how to get your needs met.

Ongoing Support:  Need someone to talk to? We have years of experience, and can help you focus on what is most important to you. Our goal is to have you feel confident that you have made the best move possible.

We are there ... always ... for support with questions over the years.  We know care needs change over time, as do financial resources and other family considerations. We are a phone call away.

Bonnie's Background:

Bonnie was for many  years a top advisor with the largest free eldercare referral company in the nation.  In January 2017, she started her own company called A Home That Cares.  She has worked with over one thousand families during the past twelve years.  Her expertise is in helping each family find the best residential care option for their particular family member, based on social, medical, and budgetary constraints. 

Bonnie earned a BA from the University of Rochester and Graduate Studies in Social Work at Boston College.  Her career has included work in the human resources field and volunteering in the community, both at the Skirball Center and on staff with the Wagner Program at the American Jewish University.  She also has facilitated in training paraprofessional counselors.

Bonnie is certified as an Administrator for Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, and has been on the Speakers Bureau for the Alzheimer's Association.  She works to support many local organizations serving seniors and speaks throughout the Los Angeles area.  Bonnie works closely with hospitals, discharge planners, social workers, fiduciaries, and care management professionals in the field.  Her services are free to families and are paid by residences licensed by the Dept. of Social Services.