How It Works - 3 Steps

It's simple. We start with personal screening to determine the level of care needed. We then schedule and accompany you on tours of the facilities we feel best will fit your needs. Finally, if you need recommendations for additional services, we help guide you towards trusted providers to make this transition as smooth as possible.

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What We Can Do For You: Your Free Assisted Living Guide

Senior Nest Referral Services is your free personal assisted living advisor for families throughout Southeastern Counties in Wisconsin such as Kenosha, Racine, Walworth, Jefferson, Milwaukee and Waukesha. We offer FREE assistance helping families locate assisted living, residential care, retirement living, adult foster care, skilled nursing and Dementia/Alzheimer's Care Communities for their loved ones 65-years of age and older. It is our desire to work for the best interest of our clients in securing their safety, dignity and well- being in their legacy of life. We have extensive knowledge of all facilities and community resources available.

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Have You or a Loved One Been Told “You Should Not be Living Alone?”

Posted on: April 2, 2014
Senior Nest Referrals located in Racine, WI provides expert, personal guidance to families who need assistance in choosing a quality and affordable living arrangements within a 75 mile radius of the Milwaukee area. At no cost to you, we help seniors make the next move to: Independent...

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10 Ways to Boost Your Retirement Savings

Posted on: April 1, 2014
Here are some strategies for rounding out your nest egg. Maybe you know you should be saving more for retirement, but you aren’t quite sure how. Or perhaps you’ve been steadily saving for years but as retirement gets closer, you want to bulk up that nest egg. Build a bigger nest egg...

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Tips on Keeping Racine, WI Seniors Active and Healthy

Posted on: March 31, 2014
Helping your Racine area parents stay physically active and healthy may be a challenge but if you can get Mom (and Dad) moving, it can help prevent and even reverse signs of frailty, and help increase their independence. How can you tell if your loved one’s health is declining? Older...

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