Whether your parents need companion care, help with tasks such as bill paying, meal preparation or transportation solutions, the experienced professionals at Seniority Matters can assist you in making smart decisions. 

Since our launch in 2009, Seniority Matters has become South Florida’s most respected and innovative resource for family caregivers seeking unbiased advice and trustworthy service providers for their aging parents.

With our deep knowledge of South Florida and dedication to finding personalized solutions for each situation, we have developed a strong word-of-mouth reputation as the "go-to" resource for caregiving solutions.

We work closely with family members whose spouses, elder parents or relatives live in the three counties of South Florida as well as in the New York metropolitan area, and carefully screen service providers and health care agencies before making any recommendations.   

Our company founder, Nancy Stein, Ph.D., is an epidemiologist who spent many years providing long-distance care for her own parents and understands the value of having an experienced, trusted advisor. As a Miami resident for 25 years, Nancy has built an extensive network of healthcare contacts and resources.  Think of her as your personal caregiving coach, who can help you create a care strategy, sort through your options and fine-tune solutions as your individual needs change.  

There are two ways that you can tap into our network of top-notch elder care professionals.

1. For do-it-yourselfers, our online, searchable directory can save you hours of research time. Use it to discover and pre-qualify the service providers who fit your specific requirements. You can rest assured that we have carefully screened any business or individual in our directory, including rigorous background checks. You'll find it in our resource section.

2. Seniority Matters also offers individual consultations to help you plan for your caregiving needs and identify the best service provider(s) to interview based on your unique requirements. This is an especially valuable resource for busy family members who are already juggling family and work responsibilities and need professional guidance.

In addition to our open-access directory and personalized services, we have compiled a long list of Resources to community organizations whose services may be the right solution for your parents' situation.  

And be sure to subscribe to Nancy’s personal blog to keep up to date on everything from the latest technology for seniors to trends in geriatric care, as well as her weekly personal advice column, “Ask Nancy,” which provides guidance to readers' caregiving questions.

Would you like to talk to Nancy?  Email her at Nancy@SeniorityMatters.com to schedule a 15-minute free and confidential phone conversation about your situation.