Your Senior Living Care Advisor in the Portland, OR area
Exploring senior living options can be confusing and time–consuming. Assisted Living Locators® Care Advisors are in your community and work closely with you to guide you through the process from beginning to end—answering your questions and addressing your concerns, helping you feel confident and comfortable with your decisions.
Hi, I’m Patty Glines
Serving East Portland, Multnomah and Clackamas counties east of the Willamette River
About Patty Glines
I have been in the Portland area for most of my life and love everything the area has to offer. I started working with seniors and their families after helping my aging parents navigate housing and care options. My experience working with seniors started as a volunteer gig and turned into a trip back to Portland State University to pursue my Graduate Certificate in Gerontology. A new career path followed and I have been helping seniors and their families ever since.
I have experience working in Rehabilitation, Long Term Care, Assisted Living and Independent Living Communities. This experience gives me a unique perspective on what options are out there and what to look for when choosing the right fit for you and your loved ones.
Navigating senior housing can be overwhelming, that’s where I come in. I can help you navigate the hundreds of housing and care options and find you the right community to fit your personality and care needs.
Long term care costs are a function of your health needs and a starting monthly budget of $3,000 will help me find the best fit for you.
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