Announcement: Local Assisted Transition offices are now part of the Senior Living Advisory Group in Arizona

Post date: Apr 30, 2014 4:39:40 AM

Announcement: Local Assisted Transition offices are now part of the Senior Living Advisory Group in Arizona Thursday, April 28, 2014 The local Phoenix and Scottsdale owners of Assisted Transition, a national senior living and care referral franchise, are now the independent owners of the newly formed professional “Senior Living Advisory Group” here in the Valley. The entire corporate Assisted Transition franchise was acquired by a competing national senior living placement franchise earlier this year.Owners of the Phoenix office, Alice Starzinski and Sandy Benson, together with owners of the Scottsdale office, Martha Batista and Steven Chung are very pleased to form the Senior Living Advisory Group here in the Valley. More importantly, the collaboration will continue to provide the same level of professional and personal client service to families and seniors and also continue to be a trusted partner to communities and homes all over the Valley.

“We are thrilled to be collaborating with our Scottsdale counterparts in the formation of the Senior Living Advisory Group,” said Sandy Mendez Benson, former owner of the local Phoenix Assisted Transition franchise. “We have wanted to branch out on our own and continue to offer the same quality services we offered as franchise owners, only we now have more flexibility.”

The Senior Living Advisory Group offers professional advisory and placement services for seniors or their families who are looking to transition to independent living, assisted living, memory care communities, or residential care homes. The personalized services offered by the group include an in-person assessment of the client situation, researching of relevant options that meet specific needs, financial/budget analysis, and connection to other trusted senior professionals such as elder law attorneys, in-home care providers, Medicare and VA benefit experts, move managers, realtors, and other professionals.

“We know personally how overwhelming the process can be for a family to sort through the details of finding the right place for a senior or loved one. With nearly 1500 communities and care homes in Maricopa County, the experience can be daunting” said Martha Batista, Founder of the Scottsdale office.

Senior Living Advisory Group’s goal is to make every aspect of the transition process as stress-free for families as possible, and their services are at no cost to the family or the senior. With offices in both Phoenix and Scottsdale, the Senior Living Advisory Group will continue to service the Valley-wide Metro area.

For questions, please contact:

Martha Batista at (480) 788-8680,