About Becky Feola

My passion for assisting others in locating care facilities for their loved ones comes after eleven years of providing care for my ailing husband and then realizing it was time for assisted living. I have personally seen how difficult it can be to find the perfect care facility without the assistance of someone who understands issues such as licensing, levels of care, and appropriate pricing. I view myself as a “matchmaker” and am determined to create the perfect match where your loved one will move one time only to a new home where they will thrive as much as possible during their remainder years.

I began Assisted Living Advantage in 2009, after working for four years as director of the non-profit NJF Center for Caregivers, Inc.  I have personally been through the process of relocating a loved one to assisted living – more than once. I put my understanding, vast knowledge of the Phoenix area and my exacting standards to work for families, with excellent results.

Unlike other relocation providers, I do not sell other products in conjunction with my relocation work. I maintain the highest ethical standards and have built a stellar reputation in the industry and can happily provide references.

I welcome contributions to this blog.  If you have something you’d like to share, please contact me at becky@assistedlivingadvantage.com.

8 responses to “About Becky Feola

  1. We are in the process of expanding our site with a Blog Role and wanted to know if you would be at all interested in swapping links. Our goal is to only link with blogs we think are unique and would be of interest to our members and yours clearly falls into that category. Currently, we have well over 100,000 new visitors to our site each month. http://www.nslpn.com
    Thank you for your time in advance and I look forward to hearing from you.
    Tom Ratcliff, co-founder
    National Senior Living Providers Network
    The interactive Career-Based Community for Senior Care Professionals

  2. Hello,

    The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) is a specialized association dedicated to professionally managed assisted living communities around the country. It is the only organization of its’ kind and has over 500 members. ALFA serves as the voice to senior living community members and advocates on their behalf while pushing the communities themselves to constantly improve. Through national conferences, research, publications and executive networks, ALFA promotes business and operational excellence. It advocates for informed choice, quality care and accessibility for every American in order to influence public policy.

    Each year, ALFA holds a National Conference to allow senior living executives to learn new ideas and strategies for future progress. At this conference, Hero Awards are presented to assisted living professionals who go beyond their job description every day. We feel that these people deserve recognition for all they do for their residents to improve their quality of life and are reaching out to your blog to help us do so. This year, five Hero’s were chosen for a variety of reasons. Ricky Fox overcomes his own needs to help others. Kasey Gobin has completely changed the kitchen in his community into a new experience. Joan Carney implemented an assortment of creative programs to get her residents more involved. Amparo Machuca organizes social activities to improve the quality of life in her community. Curtis Bond understands how meaningful small things, such as a hug, are to his residents. We are proud to honor these five Hero’s this year.

    On ALFA’s official blog Re:Source 2.0 (http://alfa-resource.org/), we have posted videos of the award presentations with short clips about each winner. We hope that you will join us in thanking our award winners by posting this short video’s on your blog to let your readers see the good that is being done in different assisted living communities

    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at anytime.

    Thank you.

  3. The Assisted Living Federation of America has just added Assisted Living Advantage to its’ blog roll on ALFA Re:source (http://alfa-resource.org/). We hope that you read our blog also!

  4. Hello Becky,

    We are creating a resource in Northern Michigan for Assisted Living Care information seekers. We have a site at http://www.assistedlivingcare.org and if you would like to do a guest post we would love that. Tell us about what you do and how you can help. We are currently looking to install a forum at the site as well.


    J.crawford @ AssistedLivingCare.org

  5. Treating your love ones in a nice way could help you not to worry about them, and that would be the best thing we should do just for the sake of their safety, like above post and also the service of assisted living Los Angeles, both of them are great sample which good in taking care foe the seniors.

  6. I agree. Assisted living and independent living can be a rewarding and positive experience for the family, and a community garden can play a big part in enhancing happiness. Thanks for sharing.

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