Dan Soderstrom – Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES)

Seniors living in assisted living facilities can access daily personal care support while living as independently as possible in a communal environment. Assisted living facilities can offer the “middle ground” solution many elderly people require. These guides describe the many types of assisted living, their prices, and the financial assistance programs accessible to older citizens in California. www.payingforseniorcare.com

Options for In-Home Senior Care

Home Care in California

With its world-class hospitals, pleasant climate and beautiful parks, California supports comfortable living for retirees. Fifty of the state’s cities and counties are listed on the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, meaning that the communities’ local elected leadership actively works toward creating a great place for people of all ages to live. With the amenities that it provides, it’s not surprising that about 15% of Californians are aged 65 and over… Read More

About Senior Home Care

Seniors who would like to continue living independently, but who are also in need of additional help with their healthcare may benefit from home healthcare services. A range of home healthcare services is available depending on the requirements of individuals, and home healthcare providers can be hired as necessary, whether on a full-time or part-time basis. Home healthcare providers can help with tasks such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and mobility needs, or they may help with the administration of medications or the performing of basic medical tasks. These services can range from extensive in-home medical care (home health care) or just help around the house and personal assistance (in-home care)…Read More

Ideas for How to Downsize When You’re a Senior

Article By: Mike Longsdon

Every room in your house has memories. It’s the house where your children took their first tottering steps. It’s the house where you celebrated countless holidays. Each picture on the wall and each knickknack has a special meaning to you. But now you’re a senior, and those steps leading up to the second floor are getting to be a bit much for your knees. Or maybe you just can’t keep up with the yard work the way you used to. These are signs that it may be time to downsize. The decision to downsize isn’t an easy one.. Read more…

As a 30-year Real Estate Professional, along with being a certified Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES), I pride myself on providing my Senior real estate clients with extra special care and service! One resource that I have found to be extremely helpful in that effort is the Senior Relocation Services Company, Gentle Transitions. If you, an elderly family member or a Senior you know has reached the point where they need to transition/downsize from their home and they need assistance with the myriad of details associated with the move, please take a moment to visit their site and view this short video explaining their services. Then call Dan Soderstrom, Realtor, SRES to discuss the sale of the home and how to make the whole process as smooth and respectful as possible for a Senior Seller!

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