Living Placement
Since our founding, Seniors First has helped thousands of families find the right out-of-home living situation for their elderly loved one. We intimately understand the challenges that come with relocating your family member, and realize that the process and options can be overwhelming. How do you find an appropriate and cost-effective out-of-home living situation that both you and your loved one will love? Our living placement consulting services will help you narrow the options and locate the best possible living solution.

Our Living Placement Specialists consult one-on-one with clients about their family’s unique needs, and provide with a wealth of information and referrals to care communities that best fit their situation.

Living Options
We have long-time relationships with over 400 living and long-term care communities serving all of Placer County and beyond, including:

  • Assisted Living Communities
  • Alzheimer’s Care
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Respite Care
  • Retirement Communities
  • Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly
  • Home Care
  • Hospice Care
Seniors First is proud to be one of the very few non-profit placement agencies in the nation providing these services at no charge to our clients. We receive a small referral fee from the living facility when an appropriate placement is made. The fees derived from this service goes directly into funding all the various senior are services we provide.

For expert guidance and placement assistance please call our approved living placement specialist, Kristina Blocker, at (866) 689-5413 or email Kristina at

What our clients say about Seniors First’s living placement services:

I was clueless about where to start or what to do to help my parents when I called Seniors First, and was immediately referred to a placement specialist. Our placement specialist provided an overall picture of what to look for, help set priorities, and offered support and encouragement.

Additional Resources:
Caregiver Counseling and Support

Housing Options & Considerations

At Home Care

Out of Home Options

Monitoring Residential Care