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  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “Amy, I can't thank you enough for everything you did in finding a place for my mom and her husband. I feel they will be very happy at Traditions at Beaumont. Again, I appreciate all you did.”

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “My dad had long fought the idea of moving into assisted living. We tried to make it possible for him to stay in his house as long as possible, but there came a point where the falls and the hospital visits were becoming too frequent, and we knew it was no longer safe for him to stay there. We wound up in a very urgent situation where we had only days to find a safe and welcoming place for him to go. We are very thankful that one of his caretakers recommended Oasis Senior Advisors! We had an initial conversation with Amy, then met with Jeff the next morning to make a plan and tour some of the communities we were considering. Jeff was very reassuring - caring, compassionate, and knowledgeable about what each community had to offer. He even met me at the hospital to have a very difficult conversation with my dad. Without Jeff and Amy, we wouldn't have known where to begin! They jumped into action and worked within a very tight time frame to to ease the transition for both my dad and us. They were able to quickly connect us with a community that met our all our needs, and my dad is now thriving. Thank you, Oasis Senior Advisors!”

    Louisville

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “My mother had a stroke, I was moving out of town, and we needed assistance in finding the best options for her. Oasis was recommended to me, so I found Amy's contact information and gave her a call. On the initial phone call, we set up an appointment for Amy to make an in-person visit to meet mom, assess her needs, answer any questions, and make recommendations moving forward. By the end of the visit, we had the best option selected, and scheduled a tour of a local assisted living community. Mom is now a resident in that community, and it has been the perfect fit. This is a credit to Amy and the Oasis team. She had all of the information we needed, from community size, to how each community differs by location, to financial info. I couldn't imagine the process of finding mom a home without the help of Oasis. Thank you, Amy, and thank you, Oasis.”

    Louisville, KY

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “Over the past few years, my mother's health declined, and she began showing signs of dementia. We tried a combination of family and professional in-home care givers to keep her as independent as possible. Even so, after her third stay in the hospital and then rehab in as many years, we realized that she could no longer safely live alone. Making this decision and figuring out what to do next was overwhelming. I was referred to Oasis Senior Advisors for assistance in finding the right living situation for her. Jeff met with me and explained what we needed to look for in my mom's case. He accompanied me to visit assisted living communities that would be a good fit for her. He was there with us through the entire process, and answered all of my questions along the way. I'm confident that my mom is in a much better situation in her new home. I highly recommend Oasis Senior Advisors to anyone who needs guidance when going through this with their loved ones.”

    Louisville, KY

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “My Granny was isolated in her home, and having many issues with falling and not having anybody around to help. All of her children live out of state and I am the only in state family. Jeff made it so easy for my Granny to find and decide on an assisted living home and was able to get it at an affordable price for her. He made it all about her. He toured with her, and when her house sold and she had to move in under a week, he got her set up and moved within days. I or my family could not have done it without him.”

    Louisville, KY

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “Mom had lived on her own for years, but recently became very confused and entered the hospital with Dementia. After some extremely stressful weeks, my brother and I were frantically looking for a caring community for mom. A kind social worker at one facility saw that we were despondent and totally overwhelmed. He gave us Jeff's name and number and I called that evening. Jeff answered immediately, and we had an appointment the next morning. Jeff and Amy met with us, and after a whirlwind of tours with their total guidance and expertise every step of the way, we made a decision in two days. There is absolutely no way we could have made a decision like that on our own - especially a well informed one. You'll rarely meet anyone more knowledgeable and genuine in any profession. I highly recommend these wonderful Christian people to anyone dealing with aging parents or friends.”

    Crestwood, KY

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “When unexpectedly faced with helping an elderly friend find a new place to live, I called Oasis to see what they could help with. In a single word - everything! First and foremost, they listen and then direct your search accordingly. Amy made appointments, accompanied us through the process, knew what questions to ask when we didn’t and the end result was a very good match for my friend. I would highly recommend!”

    Louisville, KY

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “I had decided that I thought I would like to move from my condo and since I am 70 years old I thought I should begin to look at places where I could "age in place," I met with Amy and gave her my information. She very quickly responded back to me and took me to visit/tour several places. I have since opted to stay in my condo (I can "age" here comfortably) but I have to say going through the process that Oasis has for reviewing living arrangements made it much easier to make that decision. Mostly, it had to do with the information that she was able to provide to me and the questions that she thought of that I had not. I would definitely recommend asking Amy (Oasis) for help if you were ever in a position that needed to find senior living arrangements. I have already told my children to call them if I am not able to do that for myself. Thanks again, Amy -- you were a great help. Zella”

    Louisville, KY

  • Oasis Senior Advisors

    “There is so much to say. Let me begin by saying I received the combat action medal from the Gulf War, I also served in the Somalia war – but nothing has been more stressful than caring for a mother with dementia alone. I’ve been doing so for over 6 years. As mom’s condition worsened, she found herself wandering. Concerned strangers would call the police to help her find her way home and calls from the police became frequent. I’ve always tried to make mom’s home a safe haven by compensating, modifying her surroundings, anything I could think of to help her keep her dignity and sense of independence alive. But you can only do so much. You can’t cage a person in their own home, family circumstances limited the around the clock watchful eye she needs and now Adult Protective Services are involved from those free rides back to the home in a police car. APS said she could not stay in the home any longer. The visiting nurse that would visit a few times a week said that a 3 night stay at a hospital helps the process of getting her into a care facility. I planned to get her to that hospital one way or the other and begin a complicated process I know absolutely nothing about. The only thing I knew was needing to buy time to figure out what to do to help my mother, I had to find someplace that will accept her and her dementia, learn about Medicare, learn about Medicaid, deal with APS, and the list goes on. If you’re reading this, you may or may not have insight to all the branches these trees have on them. They are confusing, large and unfriendly, and Google isn’t going to help you put together a game plan. I found and called a random senior advisor that seemed to be popular in my area. The call was very business-like; the person didn’t ask questions about mom or seemingly cared about her story. Seriously. I recall trying to explain mom had little to no money because people had taken advantage of her over the years; yet that advisor told me that I should take out another loan twice the size of what was already there. What a nightmare. I was at the end of my rope. I didn’t even know what to say in my prayers. The only thing I could pray by now was “Lord, please make a way...Lord, please make a way” and to believe in that. Someone gave me Jeff’s number. I called him on a Thursday, explained everything I had done and the direction I was headed. He listened. Jeff asked me to meet him at 7AM the next morning. Tucked away in the back of a coffee shop, we began our meeting. Jeff expressed his passion for helping others, that he, too, has a spiritual walk; he explained what resources he has and how we can work together, and made clear his commitment to my family. He didn’t know it, but he helped me find hope that morning. After 3 hours we had a plan of action. We first needed to find a place for her to stay that is capable of meeting her needs, had a vacancy, and would be willing to work with our financial situation in less than 3 days. Here’s how God can work through people... I already was on over 15 waiting lists at various care facilities. Jeff decided to place his first call to one particular facility he had recently met with and was a new client for him. They had one available bed, could take care of mom’s needs, was willing to work with us, AND is less than a mile from where I work in Indiana. If that isn’t prayer in motion, then what is? Jeff’s help doesn’t end here. Jeff followed me to the doctor’s office to help make sure mom’s medical records were promptly delivered to the facility later that day [Friday]. He said we would meet me back at the hospital in two hours so he could be there when I brought mom in for her 3 day stay. He was on time waiting at the ER for us. He sat with me and mom through the admitting process. He came back with the family when they placed mom in a room and stayed with us there for hours. I told Jeff I felt there wasn’t any more obstacles headed our way today and asked him to go make his son’s baseball game that he mentioned that morning in conversation. Over the next few days Jeff pointed me in the direction of senior friendly resources like realtors, auctioneers, estate planners etc... while he represented the family with APS, the care facility and others. Did I mention that Jeff made absolutely nothing from the facility referral? Or that he didn’t ask for other fees for his help? Or anything in this whole thing? Mom wasn’t financially able to self-pay for anything. Jeff knew all this from our meeting but it didn’t stop him for being God’s answer to prayer and sticking by me and guiding us. Jeff is amazing. He cares, he listens, he helps, and he was our answer to prayer. If your situation seems impassable, has you overwhelmed and feeling lost then I highly recommend you reach out to someone- you’re not worth much to anyone when you’re tied up in knots. I highly recommend you give this gentleman a call. Thank you, Jeff, for all that you have done for me and my mom. Your efforts are selfless, appreciated, and you have blessed us in more ways than you can imagine.”