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Trusted Business Associates

There are many different service providers within the Senior Living Industry.  Many provide services that no one even knows exist and sometimes at no cost to the consumer.

One of our goals here at SeniorHomeTransitions is to network and connect with these service providers and learn more about what they do and how they can help those who visit this website.  To that end, we plan on interviewing a few people from time to time and adding them to this page along with their contact information to help our viewers.

Our Small Rolodex is Below:



Providing services in Estate Planning, Elder Care, and Probate.

Aaron Love, JD

Aaron L Love

The Love Law Group, LLC

Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate
3435 NE Ralph Powell Rd
Lee's Summit, MO 64064

Russell A Fracassa (Rusty)

Russell Fracassa Rusty

Paths Law Firm

Elder Law, Wills, Trusts, Medicaid, Guardianships & Asset Protection for Seniors & Veterans
Lee's Summit, North Kansas City, Belton

Samantha Shepherd, JD

Samantha Shephert

Shepherd Elder Law Group, LLC

Elder Law, Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, Guardianship, Special Needs Trusts
Overland Park, Northland, Hutchinson

Placement Agents

Helping Seniors and their Families select the best Senior Care and Housing to Fit their Needs

Aaron & Tabitha Krull

Aaron & Tabitha Krull

Oasis Senior Advisors

Helping Seniors Find the Right Senior Living Community
Kansas City & Surrounding Areas

Ron Braun

Ron Braun

Care Patrol

Your Partner in Senior Care Solutions
KCMO Metro South

Other Resources

Have you been contacted by Kim Tucker, Mom’s House Senior Transition Specialist

By | February 23, 2023

Did you get a phone call, email or text from Kim Tucker?  Wonder who is this and why is she bothering me? I wanted to tell you a little bit about myself.  I have been certified by Mom’s House as a Senior Transition Specialist.  I reach out to families who have been referred to me by…

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Adding the Children on the Parents Bank Account

By | June 7, 2022

Mom or Dad needs help with paying the bills and managing their money.  Many think the most logical solution might be to just add a child or all the children to the bank account.  Then the children can keep tabs on the account, watch for strange movements of money, and pay bills. But wait .…

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When Should I Buy Long Term Care Insurance?

By | June 3, 2022

Chances are if you are asking that question, someone close to you has become a caregiver.   Until we see for ourselves what is involved in being a caregiver, it is hard to overcome our optimism bias.  “I’m healthy, that will never happen to me.” Don’t mistake buying Long Term Care Insurance as a purely…

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Taking Care of Yourself as a Caregiver

By | June 1, 2022

Family caregiving requires an endless supply of energy, empathy, and patience. While most caregivers will tell you that caring for a loved one is a truly rewarding experience, it is not without its challenges. The rising value and significance of caregiving as a result of COVID-19 and an aging population place new strains on caregivers.…

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How Smart Home Devices Can Help Seniors

By | May 25, 2022

Are you looking for ways to help your seniors using technology? There are several tech devices that allow your senior to stay independent. Emergency Devices Alexa Together – a service through your Echo Device.  This allows your adult to talk to Alexa and ask for assistance, but you can also reach out to your senior. Apple Watch…


Protect Your Assets From Nursing Home Costs

By | May 13, 2022

Tips to help protect your assets from nursing home costs Protecting your assets from nursing home costs is crucial for some just to be able to have their money last.  For others who wish to pass onhard-earned wealth to their loved ones, it also pays to plan ahead.. Long-term care can consume all your valuable…


In-home Memory Care for Alzheimer’s or Dementia

By | April 21, 2022

Getting the in-home care you need for Alzheimer’s or dementia. Cognitive abilities often decline as people age. Two conditions associated with aging are Alzheimer’s and dementia. While caring for seniors, you are likely to hear about Alzheimer’s and dementia a lot. These terms are often used synonymously and are associated with cognitive degeneration like memory…

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Where Grandma Hid Her Valuables

By | February 15, 2022

  When my mother-in-law Agnes was in her later years fighting the effects of dementia she had the habit of putting things away for safekeeping.  All kinds of things:  a ring, a spoon, a little toy.  The day she put found the taxes and put them away for safekeeping, the whole family had to help…

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New Scam for Seniors to Watch Out For

By | February 15, 2022

We get it.  You are busy.  You are helping mom or dad get their affairs in order, their health cared for, and quite possibly helping them sell a house. You and your mom or dad are the perfect targets for this latest scam.  Luckily if you fall prey to it, we don’t think it will…

Paying for Long Term Care a New Book Coming Soon

We are writing a book: Paying for Long Term Care

By | February 14, 2022

We are working on a book that has a ton of resources for seniors and their families.  It’s called Paying For Long Term Care, but its more than that.  It is designed to be a resource not only for figuring out how to pay for long-term care but everything that goes along with it. Here’s…

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Our New Senior Home Transitions Website

By | February 7, 2022

We have a new website in the process. You probably know us as the buyers and the fixer uppers of homes.  But more and more we find ourselves helping families with issues that are just a bit out of that scope, so we are adding this new resource. The website is Senior Home Transitions and it…


Changing the Furnace Filter Improves Quality of Life

By | January 16, 2022

When was the last time you thought about changing YOUR furnace filter?  What about Mom or Dad? Grandma or Grandpa? When have they last changed theirs?  When the furnace works better, it will help with their quality of life. Why do we need to make sure the furnace filter gets changed regularly? 1.  Heating &…

When is it Time for In Home Care or Senior Housing?

By | December 1, 2021

Making the decision of when to bring in outside care and when to seek out a different housing situation is a decision that is best made by the senior with a lot of input from their family.  While we can’t tell you when we can give you some tools to make an informed decision. After…