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cornelia-atlanta-ga-areaIf you’re like thousands of people in the Atlanta area, you’re looking for a senior living, assisted living or memory care (dementia and Alzheimer’s) facility for yourself or a loved one because staying at home – often alone – is no longer possible, and you:

  • Feel alone and don’t know who you can turn to for advice you can trust. Perhaps you’ve already reached to the internet companies and found all they offer are lists.
  • Are unsure of the differences between assisted living and nursing homes, and which is right for you or your loved one.
  • Already have too much on your plate, and the last thing you need is more.
  • Don’t know how you will afford it and need to know your financial options and benefit programs.
  • Need help right away because of illness or injury.
  • Know that choosing the wrong place may have dire consequences now and in the future.

Many of our clients are sleep-deprived, anxious, worried and overworked with making a life-changing decision for themselves or their loved ones. Some are even pushed to the breaking point. Does that sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone and we’d like to help.

We get it because we’ve been there. And that’s why your Ask-Carol Advisor will work hard to lighten your load by offering you the kindhearted experienced support you deserve.

Your Ask-Carol Advisor is local and therefore has inside information on facility reputations, specialties, availability, and more, which will help you make the right decision.

We listen before we talk, then we’ll suggest senior or assisted living communities that meet your needs and budget.

It’s not a good idea to go it alone. Why try, when you can get expert help? Alone you will waste precious hours and very possibly choose the wrong place. That’s the last thing you need. 99.9% of our placements stick.

We’ll do more than help you find a place. We’ll also guide you on how to best manage emotional situations with your loved ones.

Other referral services can’t match us. We aren’t in it just for the money – we genuinely love helping families overcome difficult issues with aging loved ones who should no longer live at home.

Our help is always free. That’s right, you can take advantage of our expertise and experience, and you won’t pay a dime. We are compensated by our facility partners, much like an insurance or real estate agent.

You aren’t alone, and I’d like to help.

Cornelia Crenshaw of the Atlanta GA area Hi, I’m Cornelia Crenshaw of Atlanta, and I’m ready to help your family. I’m Carol’s Senior Advisor in the area, and I’m also a Registered Nurse. I’ve personally witnessed the tremendous benefits families receive by reaching out to us for help finding the right place for themselves or their loved ones.

Not only do I have experience as a nurse for over twenty years, but caring for my own Mom during her health crises during recent years. Together, we’ve overcome many obstacles, and I’d like to help you knock down your obstacles to finding a better life for yourself and your parents.

Yes, I mean a better life for the entire family. I know the constant stress of caring for a loved one and I can help you reduce your stress by finding the right care for your family member.

You can reach me by filling out my contact form, or simply by calling me at 470-377-5555.

If you like, you can read more about my Mom and me here.

Dear Ask-Carol:
We were truly up a creek without a paddle and our options were running out when I found Ask-Carol on a Google Search. As I was on a bus to the airport on my way to Florida you listened to my story, and you became a behind the scenes advocate for my mother-in-law. She needed to move within a week and you suggested the perfect spot for her. After that, everything fell into line. You talked me down off the ledge. I didn’t know there were people who could help this much. It makes me feel hopeful, happy, and confident about the future. Nice job!

John Browning

Carol talks about her Mom and Assisted Living