Expert Senior Living Guidance in Los Angeles

Hello, I’m Sarah, and I’ve helped hundreds of people just like you.

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Dear Friend,

Making the right decision for you or a loved one is stressful and confusing. It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. There are hundreds of independent living, assisted living, Alzheimer’s and dementia care communities in the LA area, some good, some bad, some (frankly) ugly. And the internet does not give you the inside scoop on what’s really out there.

As the owner of Assisted Living Locators Los Angeles, it’s my job to know the landscape and to guide families just like yours to the right choice. I’ll learn about your needs, develop a list that fits your criteria, pre-screen them, and then go with you to tour.

Expert, candid help is waiting. Don’t try to figure it out alone. My service is provided at no cost to you. I promise you’ll be glad you picked up the phone.

Send me an email or call me at 310-853-8282.

Warmly,SarahSarah Ordover
Assisted Living Locators Los Angeles

Why Assisted Living Locators?

Assisted Living Locators is your comprehensive guide to senior care in Los Angeles. Our team is committed to meeting the needs of our clients by understanding your needs, creating a customized plan, touring communities with you, and helping guide you through every step of the decision-making process.

Our 4-Step Process

  1. In-depth Assessment

    We’ll talk about what’s going on. We’ll ask you lots of questions and take the time to get to know your situation.

  2. Thoughtful Analysis and Recommendations

    You’ll get a well-reasoned, thought-out strategy that addresses your circumstances.

  3. Expert Selection Assistance

    We’ll be by your side, touring with you, helping to tailor a solution to meet your needs, and even help to negotiate your lease.

  4. On-Going Support

    We are there to support you throughout the transition process.

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I want to thank you for the incredible care you provided to my family when we had only two days to find the right place for my father-in-law before he was released from the hospital.  You calmed us down and went to work.  I cannot overstate the sense of relief we had knowing you were in our corner and using all of your knowledge and connections to rescue my father-in-law from a potentially desperate situation.  You are the best of the best.  Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Rabbi Steven Leder
Los Angeles, CA

Let's discuss your choices together.

What kind of senior living is right for you? Different types provide different levels of service, care & independence.

Independent Retirement Communities

Independent Retirement Communities

Many of our clients find that keeping up with all the work their house or apartment requires is just getting to be too much and they want to be free of the responsibility.

Assisted Living & Memory Care

Assisted Living & Memory Care

It starts with little things that seem out of character, but you begin to think: "Is it time for Mom or Dad to move someplace where help is available?"

Board & Care Homes

Board & Care Homes

Sometimes things get to the point where your loved one needs round-the-clock care—at a place where they are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve.

In-Home Care

In-Home Care

Many people don't need to leave home, but do need assistance with daily activities like shopping, cleaning, and health care. It's important to find someone you trust to help.

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