Assisted Living Locators
Who is Assisted Living Locators and briefly what do you do?
Assisted Living Locators is a completely free service to families and seniors in the Omaha Metro. I specifically help seniors who are in the transition phase in their life. First, I do an in-depth assessment of their needs. I want to get to know them and what is important to them in a senior living community. I then give recommendations and set up face to face tours with the family and also attend the tours with GHthem to help ask questions that the family and/or senior may not know to ask.
Essentially, I take the burden off of the family and take the guesswork out of the process. I do all of the research and coordination and connect them with the best places to get them the care they need and deserve. I help with all levels of care including: in-home care, independent living, assisted living, memory care, rehab and nursing homes. I also provide follow-up after they move in to help with any questions and act as an advocate for them.
Why is it important for Assisted Living Locators to support Dreamweaver? What ties you to our mission?
It’s important for Assisted Living Locators to support Dreamweaver because it is part of our core values. I am here to help seniors and their families with resources and that’s exactly what Dreamweaver is for them. Another wonderful resource in our community that can be used not only for connecting through technology like the GrandPad but also helping them fulfill their dreams and bucket list dreams. I love everything that Dreamweaver stands for and am thankful to be a community partner!
“It’s important for Assisted Living Locators to support Dreamweaver because it is part of our core values.”
What is your Bucket List Dream?
My bucket list dream is to go on an African Safari!
How has virtual connection played a role for you at Assisted Living Locators over the last couple of years?
It’s been huge for my business especially with Covid. It’s been really nice to be able to connect with families/seniors over Zoom and FaceTime when we were unable to tour in person during the height of the pandemic.