Frequently Asked Questions

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    Why do you or your parents need an Advocate?

    An Advocate can be a “bridge” between you and your parents as they transition to home care services or a residential community that provides assisted living, skilled nursing, or memory care. An Advocate will listen and provide input along with a strategic plan to move forward.

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    Why do you need assistance when evaluating home care options?

    Care at home has evolved significantly over the years. An Advocate can evaluate what is needed for someone to be in their home safely and comfortably and then introduce options. There are many factors to consider when choosing home care and we can assist you with finding an agency that is trustworthy and reliable.

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    Why do you need assistance in locating an appropriate assisted living facility?

    There are a variety of options when looking for a senior living community. For some, the process can feel overwhelming. At Senior Advocate Services, we have the professional background needed to interview and evaluate facilities. We make recommendations based on our firsthand knowledge and experience.

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    How would an Advocate benefit us as adult children?

    An Advocate assists with communication between adult children and their parents around difficult topics and decisions. The aging process is often daunting and time consuming for children with elderly parents. We offer guidance and compassion to help alleviate some of your stress.

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    Why is an Advocate needed for Medicare and medical billing?

    A qualified professional can evaluate and audit Medicare and medical billing statements to confirm that they are accurate before payment is rendered. In addition, an advocate can assist you with contesting medical charges when appropriate.