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With over 25 years of Eldercare experience, our nationwide company provides seniors and their families with expert advice on long-term care and senior housing.

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Why Assisted Living Locators?

Assisted Living Locators is a FREE referral service. Our professional Eldercare Advisors provide personal assistance in locating the right options for your elderly loved one. An Eldercare Advisor can reduce your stress by providing a free consultation and help you find the right Home Care, Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes and Retirement Communities.

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Our service steps


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In-Depth Assessment of Your Needs

We want to get to know you (in-person or by phone) so we can serve you better.

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view moreThoughtful Analysis and Recommendations.

Reasoned responses to the unique circumstances of your situation.

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view moreAssisted Selection Process in Your Area

Hands-on help and guidance as you examine services, amenities, and care options.

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Caring support to ease the way.

The families we’ve helped

Saw Mom & Pop and new Homestead Hospice RN this morning. M & P slept well, had a great breakfast and were very upbeat. RN seemed very good to excellent. Thanks for all your help.

Scott T.

I highly recommend Susan and Maria and their business helping people like myself find a suitable assisted living home for their parents.


I thank you so very much for helping me and being so kind. May God Bless you abundantly for the services you provide to people who need help and just for being the kind of person you are.


Meet our eldercare advisors

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Maria de la Guardia

Maria's dedication, warmth and her ability to speak fluent English, Spanish and French are helping Atlanta families since 2009.

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Susan Reeder

Susan is a caring an dedicated Gerontology Professional and the co-owner of ALL Atlanta

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Patricia Godfrey

Patricia offers over 15 years of leadership positions in the eldercare industry and a wealth of experience in assisted living and personal care services.

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Cassandra Hill

Cassandra has a masters in Gerontology and her experience includes hospice, geriatric psychiatry, and long term acute care hospital.

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Housing Options...

You have a variety of housing and care types from which to choose, including independent living, assisted living, home care, and skilled nursing care. Assisted Living Locators and its team of Eldercare Advisors will help you choose the perfect place to call home.

Below are just a few of the 1000's of facilities in our network.

Eldercare news & views

Cost of Assisted Living

If you haven't planned for senior living care, you aren't alone. Few people do - either because they don't think they'll need it or because they want to save their assets for their children and believe that government subsidies will cover any care they need. This doesn't mean they can't afford suitable care; it just means the choices may be more limited. Fortunately, just like the variety in settings, styles, and amenities, senior living residences are available at a variety of price points.

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How the National Alzheimer's Plan Could Save $110 Billion

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released its first National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease on May 15, 2012. The National Plan and its annual updates were mandated by the National Alzheimer's Project Act, which became law in Jan. 2011.Several new items in the 2014 update address the provision of home and community-based services (HCBS) to people with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

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Study: Stroke Rates Declining

Stroke rates and death from strokes are falling, according to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The study followed 4 U.S. communities closely for a period of more than 2 decades. Stroke affects an estimated 795,000 Americans each year, remains the fourth leading cause of death, and is the main cause of adult disability in the United States. Worldwide, stroke ranks as the second leading cause of death, responsible for 9.5% of total deaths each year, with a greater burden in developing countries.

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