Professionals Working Together

Four Categories of Service

There are four major Industry categories of service in the pre-transition and transition process needed at some point by aging adults, their adult children, the Boomers, and other family members. Our network of various professionals can help you achieve your goals. Industry specialists have not always worked together, connecting the dots, so to speak, for the Seniors going through the transition process. GoodLife encourages our providers to work together, across industry lines, to assit seniors along on their journey. We want you to have a manageable and pleasant experience as you move from one professional to the next professional needed to assist you.  The list of categories and sub-categories follow:

Watch and Money1. Legal and Financial:

  • Estate planning
  • Advance Directives (see FAQ’s for list of 6 directives)
  • Financial planning, including projection of your expenses at the new community
  • Accounting and CPA services
  • Reverse mortgages
  • Trust and banking services
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Income protection
  • Prevention of financial abuse
  • Registered Guardian
  • VA benefits
  • Social Security information

2. Health and Medical:

  • Home care (non-medical home care)
  • Home health care (medical home care included)
  • Case and care management
  • Rehabilitation issues
  • Hospital and hospice services
  • Medicare benefits
  • Social workers, nursing and therapists
  • Doctors and other health specialists
  • Ambulance service 
  • Medical equipment suppliers
  • Pharmacies

3. Housing and Moving:

  • Finding a new community or residence
  • Remodeling for a more manageable home environment
  • Rightsizing (downsizing)
  • Appraisals and estate sales
  • Referrals of a qualified SRES Realtor
  • Assistance in getting home inspections and quality contractors
  • Locating stagers (for marketing your home)
  • Assistance in moving/packing/unpacking/trash removal

4. Social and Miscellaneous Other Services:

  • Travel agencies
  • Cribbage, games  and other interest groups
  • Exercise programs
  • Errand, delivery and home organization
  • Notary services
  • House cleaning
  • Funeral services
  •  Miscellaneous Business Services (for Boomers)