“GUIDING YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY”
Wright Way Senior Placement
Senior Placement Advisor & CEO
If your family is anything like mine, well connected and full of love but often scattered across the country, allow Wright Way Senior Placement and myself to bring peace of mind to you, your family and your loved one by guiding you every single step of the way through all of the senior living options and resources.”
Explore common questions and find the reassurance you need to take the next step with Wright Way Senior Placement.
What areas do you service?
A. We service the following metro areas and surrounding. | Maricopa County.
- Cave Creek
- El Mirage
- Litchfield Park
- New River
- Paradise Valley
- Sun City
How can I determine if it's time for my parents to consider Assisted Living?
A. Safety and well-being are paramount. While the preference is often to remain at home, circumstances like social interaction, organized meals, scheduled activities, and continuous supervision can necessitate considering Assisted Living.
Loved one needs to move but insists on staying home, yet full-time home care is unaffordable. What steps should I take?
A. It often requires a gentle approach and multiple discussions. Understanding her perspective is crucial. A Senior Advisor from Wright Way can help devise a plan and assist in communicating with your loved one.
What's the cost range for assisted living or memory care?
A. Costs differ widely depending on location and the level of care needed. It's typically a combination of a rental fee plus additional care fees.
Do Medicare or Medicaid cover assisted living expenses?
A. Medicare generally covers only post-acute skilled nursing care for a limited period, while Medicaid's coverage can vary by state. It's advisable to consult with a Wright Way Advisor familiar with your state's regulations.
How does Wright Way Senior Placement receive compensation?
A. Wright Way is compensated through referral fees from the care communities, which enables us to assist families without any charges for most services.
My spouse has dementia and is declining. I want to keep him home but it's becoming overwhelming. Where can I find support?
A. Visit our Resources page and reach out to local support groups, like the Alzheimer’s Association, and seeking assistance from a therapist can be beneficial. It's crucial to also care for your well-being during such challenging times. Contact Wright Way to talk to one of our advisors for assistance.
Dad was a WWII veteran and passed away. Now Mom needs care. Are there any benefits available to help with the expenses?
A. If your Dad served during wartime, your Mom might be eligible for certain benefits. Contacting a Wright Way Advisor for guidance and then your local VA office for more information is recommended.
Dad has Mild Cognitive Impairment. Is Memory Care necessary even though he still drives?
A. Not necessarily. Each case is unique, and numerous factors need evaluation. Mild Cognitive Impairment doesn’t always lead to severe dementia.
Having Power of Attorney, can I move a relative into care if they refuse?
A. Typically no. Moving someone against their will often requires a Guardianship or Conservatorship. Consulting with an elder law attorney is advised.
Living far from senior Loved ones who's showing signs of forgetfulness and has no nearby relatives. How do I manage their care?
A. Engaging a local Senior Advisor or Patient Advocate from Wright Way is a wise step to ensure on-ground support for your Mom.
My loved one is applying for Medicaid, owns a home but has limited income. Will they be approved?
A. Eligibility can vary by state. It's best to consult with a Medicaid planning or elder law attorney for precise guidance. Wright Way Senior Placement can help you with that.
What's the cost for Wright Way Senior Placement's services in finding the right care for my loved ones?
A. All services from Wright Way Senior Placements are free to you, backed by our unwavering commitment to finding the perfect care tailored to your unique needs.
I'm unsure about the right care option for my relative. How can Wright Way Senior Placement assist?
A. We excel in providing personalized guidance based on your relative's unique needs and circumstances. Our experienced advisors at Wright Way Senior Placement work closely with you to explore suitable care options, ensuring a smooth transition to a nurturing and supportive environment. Our aim is to alleviate the stress involved in making such important decisions, offering expert advice and resources every step of the way.
"Guiding you every step of the way."