At Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty, we understand the many issues facing people when it's time to make a major life change. That is why we've developed a special program to help make the transition out of your home a smooth one. By specially training our agents, working with a variety of skilled craftsmen and businesses, we at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty have developed a packet of services designed to accommodate your changing lifestyles.
What is Berkshire Hathway HomeServices' Seniors' Consultant Service?
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Senior Care Specialist
The Care Registry is a Pennsylvania State-licensed registry of nurse's aides and companions available to assist you seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The Care Registry's reasonable rates can create an affordable alternative to facility care, allowing older adults to remain independent in their own homes with one-on-one care.
Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES)
At Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty, we have skillfully trained our agents to be Seniors' Consultants. Some have even chosen to obtain the Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation, providing them with unique training for assisting in the real estate needs of the mature buyer or seller. Our Seniors' Consultants can help advise you in your changing lifestyle. Plus, at The Preferred Realty, we have the Relocation services, marketing know-how and valuable discounts through our Preferred Home Improvement Services.
In an effort to better serve those who might desire a change in lifestyle, we have nurtured a relationship with several area retirement communities. Our goal is to become acquainted with as many communities as possible so we may help our customers to find a community that is just right for them. We can arrange for a consultation or even an overnight visit at the center of your choice. Listed below is an overview of the types of care available:
Whether it's a condominium or a house, some prefer the freedom of living in a one floor, low maintenance home. Some retirement communities offer this type of housing with an admission fee and a monthly charge that covers items such as exterior maintenance, security, taxes and recreational programs.
For those who require some type of assistance with daily activities, many retirement centers offer assisted living accommodations which still allows the resident to maintain independence. There is usually a monthly charge which covers such items as meals, utilities, housekeeping, security, local transportation, health and wellness programming, recreational activities and other services.
For those who require around-the-clock, long term care in a highly skilled facility such as a nursing home or specialty nursing facility.