Let Atlanta Certified Senior Advisors Guide You at No-Cost to You
Home Care • Assisted Living • Memory Care • Independent Living • Skilled Nursing
The expert guidance you can trust for one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make.
Evaluating senior living options can be confusing, time-consuming, and overwhelming. Your local Assisted Living Locators Care Advisor knows what’s available in your community and will guide you through your choices.
We’re here to help you make a decision you can feel good about, offering trained, local guidance and personal advice. Together, we’ll create a plan, visit, and evaluate the options to find the right care community that makes your senior feel at home.
Assisted Living Locators of Atlanta
Born in Decatur, Sarah is a graduate of Emory University and the University of Virginia. A physician’s daughter committed to improving care outcomes, she has spent much of her career in the metro Atlanta area.
You’re not alone, and neither are they.
This is a daunting task, and we both feel much more at ease after working with you. Thanks so much for all you've done on our dad's behalf. We appreciate you more than you know!
Our 4-Step Process
We’ll talk about what’s going on. We’ll ask you lots of questions and take the time to get to know your situation.
Thoughtful Analysis and Recommendations
You’ll get a well-reasoned, thought-out strategy that addresses your circumstances.
Expert Selection Assistance
We’ll be by your side, touring with you, helping to tailor a solution to meet your needs, and even negotiate your lease.
We are there to support you throughout the transition process.
Let's discuss your choices together.
What kind of senior living is right for you? Different types provide different levels of service, care & independence.
Independent Retirement Communities
Many of our clients find that keeping up with all the work their house or apartment requires is just getting to be too much and they want to be free of responsibility.
It starts with little things that seem out of character, but you begin to think: "Is time for Mom or Dad to move someplace where help is available?"
Memory care is a specific type of long-term care designed to meet the needs of individuals that have Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or other types of memory problems and is provided in a secured environment by specially trained staff in a shared or private room.
Many people don't need to leave home, but do need assistance with daily activities like shopping, cleaning, and health care. It's important to find someone you trust to help.