Our Company’s Mission
We help people with elderly family members to know the best place for their loved ones. The focus will be on helping families understand the different options available to their loved one. Whether they stay at their current residence or live in a planned community, we offer peace of mind to our client’s family.
Is remaining in their current home the best option? We work with Non-Medical companies that will assist with cooking cleaning or bathing.
Are your elderly loved ones trying to downsize their house to move to an apartment, community assistance living, or nursing home?
Does your loved one need skilled nursing, nursing home or an assisted living community? We can show the best options available.
We will walk you through the whole process.
- We’ll meet to discuss your needs and wants.
- We’ll give you options that meet your criteria and help make certain that your goals are met.
- We’ll go to the communities and tour the facilities with you.
We service Pittsburgh’s North Hills and South Hills, along with Beaver, Butler, and Washington, PA, and Westmoreland county.
Beth Ann found her passion for elder care when her maternal grandfather became ill and was no longer able to take care of himself without assistance. Members of Beth Ann’s family moved into his home to provide care. Beth, who was working full time, helped as she could. Through first-hand, personal experience, she came to appreciate the confusing and sometimes frightening world of elder-care. She began to wonder what other families, unable to provide round the clock care, would do in such situations! What was available to them?
This experience led Beth to leave the banking industry and enter the world of non-medical care, learning and performing all aspects of non-medical senior and disabled assistance. She learned to discern between quality levels of care. As more families and friends sought Beth’s advice and help for elder care options, she realized that it was her calling to be their guide. There is a growing need for experienced, knowledgeable guidance to make life choices in elder care.
Beth has spent time collecting a vast array of service providers that are options for senior care living plans. Having grown up in the western PA area, she knows the region well and knows what organizations provide relevant elder care services.
What is unique about Beth Ann Mark’s contribution to the field of elder care is that her first career was in the banking industry. She has a degree from LaRoche College in marketing and accounting and a master’s degree in marketing from Waynesburg University. Such training allows her to create life care strategies that are comfortable for her clients as well as cost effective.
In her spare time, Beth is a coach for a local youth soccer league, and enjoys playing golf. She shares her home with her husband and her Jack Russell.
Beth Ann is involved in the Pittsburgh Regional Chamber, The Inn Group, Cranberry Highnoon Toastmaster, and AmSpirit.