What Is a Certified Senior Advisor?

Certified Senior Advisor

If you are reading this, chances are, you are in search of assistance in finding tools, resources, and possibly even a residential care facility for an older loved one. In reviewing our website at Beacon Senior Advisors, it is quite likely that you have stumbled across the fact that Mr. Robert Petroro – who will… Read More…

Beacon Senior Advisors Now Offers Virtual Tour Option for Families Researching Residential Facilities for Loved Ones

Senior And Granddaughter Doing Virtual Tour

Beacon Senior Advisors knows and understands how challenging it is to research residential facilities for senior adults – especially in the midst of a global pandemic. Since the arrival of the novel coronavirus, most businesses, organizations, and facilities have had to shut down public access. This is especially true of nursing homes, assisted living facilities,… Read More…

Preparing Your Aging Loved One for the Upcoming Winter

While it is true that many enjoy the winter months due to the cooler temperatures, the glistening snow, the bright, beautiful nights as the moon hangs gloriously over the hills, and the enjoyment of the holidays, it can be exceptionally difficult for aging populations. Many challenges and risks occur during the winter months that could… Read More…

Making the Decision to Relocate Your Loved One to a Care Facility During the Pandemic

Senior In Care Facility During Pandemic

It does not matter if it is an assisted living facility, a memory care facility, an area designed for independent living, or a residential facility, it can be quite concerning to have your loved one be in these types of living institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a known fact that quite a few… Read More…

3 Signs That Indicate Your Loved One May Benefit From Memory Care

If your loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you may find that it becomes increasingly difficult to care for them as they progress through their illness. Memory care is a distinct type of senior care service that provides specialized, intensive care for individuals who suffer from memory issues. Both… Read More…

3 Early Signs of Dementia

The term “dementia” is used as a general means of describing a vast assortment of symptoms that may interfere with the daily life of the sufferer. Examples include the loss of memory, the deterioration of language skills, issues in solving problems, and complications with the thought process. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s… Read More…

Finding Funds for Your Loved One’s Assisted Living Expenses in New Jersey

If your loved one is no longer capable of living in an independent manner due to safety and care issues, it is time to start looking into alternative options. If you are reading this, it is likely that you have researched these options and have established that an assisted living facility will likely provide the… Read More…

Should I Try to Get Guardianship Over a Loved One with Dementia in the State of New Jersey?

Power of Attorney - Dementia in New Jersey

If your loved one is suffering from dementia, it may be necessary to obtain Legal Guardianship over them so that you may take the appropriate measures to ensure that they receive the care they need. Legal Guardianship involves having your loved one declared mentally incapacitated because they are unable to manage their own affairs.  The… Read More…

Convalescent Plasma Therapy Approved by FDA as Therapeutic for Patients Hospitalized with COVID-19 – Including the Elderly

On August 23rd 2020, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the emergency utilization of COVID-19 convalescent plasma for the treatment of individuals hospitalized as a result of the current coronavirus challenge the nation is experiencing. In February of 2020, the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services… Read More…

Discussing Assisted Living Options with Your Loved One

In terms of senior housing options, there are several types; however, not all provide the same level or type of care. If you have a loved one that needs assistance with daily tasks or would like to ease them into a care facility, assisted living may be the most effective option. These facilities are ideal… Read More…

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