Assisted Living Locators Launches in Los Angeles to Help Families Solve Their Senior Housing Needs

LOS ANGELES, Assisted Living Locators, a free service that helps seniors and their families navigate the assisted living placement process, announces the opening of their new offices in Los Angeles. The office, run by entrepreneur and social activist Sarah Ordover, is located in Beverly Hills and services the metro Los Angeles area from Hollywood to Santa Monica, including cities such as Century City, Westwood, Sherman Oaks, and Studio City.

Since 2003, thousands of families have been helped by Assisted Living Locators, one of nation's leading senior housing placement services. Founded by RN Angela Olea in Phoenix, AZ, the company spans the country with 42 locally owned offices in 16 states. The Los Angeles office is owned and operated by Sarah Ordover, a seasoned corporate veteran and entrepreneur with firsthand experience in caring for her aging parent. She has a substantial background working as a volunteer in health, women's issues, environment and economic empowerment.

"Having experienced firsthand the amount of stress that comes with the emotional swings and the financial choices that go into caring for a failing parent led me to Assisted Living Locators," says Assisted Living Locators-LA Regional Director Sarah Ordover. "I use the knowledge I gained to personally help each and every family that reaches out, because I know how difficult it is to sort through all the options. We are pleased to offer our customized consulting free of charge to the families of Los Angeles."

By contacting the team at Assisted Living Locators-LA, families get an expert who has visited and pre-screened the different communities and facilities in the area. The staff at Assisted Living Locators works with each family, helping them to choose the right communities to consider, touring with them, and evaluating options. Their advisors are able to provide a range of other screened resources to help ease the transition from movers and health specialists to case managers.

The number of "new seniors" (from 2000 to 2010) increased faster in the Los Angeles region than New York or any other metropolitan area. While the city's overall population is projected to increase by about 4.5 percent between 2010 and 2020, its senior population (65 and older) is expected to grow by approximately 45% percent during this time period (to approximately 562,992). L.A. County has about 20 seniors for every 100 people of working age, and that ratio is projected to double by 2040.

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About Assisted Living Locators
Assisted Living Locators is a no-cost senior housing placement service that helps seniors and their families find the right Independent Retirement Community, Assisted Living or Alzheimer's and Memory Care facility. Founded in 2003 by RN Angela Olea in Phoenix, AZ, the company spans the country with 42 locally owned offices in 16 states. Assisted Living Locators hands-on, personal approach insures that clients receive expert, tailored counsel on housing options during this time of transition.

The Los Angeles office is operated by Sarah Ordover, Assisted Living Locators LA Regional Director and President of Senior Living Advisors, the company that holds the franchise rights. With an office in Beverly Hills, Sarah and her team service clients from Hollywood to Santa Monica, including Century City, Westwood, and everything in between. The office also represents clients who live south of Ventura Blvd in the San Fernando Valley in neighborhoods such as Sherman Oaks, and Studio City.

The Los Angeles office has pre-screened and has intimate knowledge of hundreds of Independent Retirement Communities, Assisted Living, Alzheimer's and Memory Care facilities in the LA area. Sarah and her staff personally meet with each client, develop a list of "right fit" communities, tour, help evaluate options, then assist with lease negotiations and move. This white-glove approach is the hallmark of Assisted Living Locators, a unique, much needed service for the growing LA population of aging adults.

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