Adult Placement Network

AdultPlacementNetworkwww.AdultPlacementNetwork.com
Michele@adultplacementnetwork.com

8826 SE 28th Place
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-659-2029

Making a Difference at Confusing and Stressful Times

AdultPlacement Network began providing services to Portland, OR in 1997. Michele Fiasca was running an Adult Foster Care Home at the time and began to recognize the need for a different kind of service for families who were facing the need to help their loved ones transition from independent living to assisted living.

Before long, the rewards of helping families through the maze of adult care setting options inspired a new career path. Helping families find the kind of living facilities—facilities she would feel good about sending her own senior parents to—became the passion of her life.

Choosing the Right Retirement Community is One of the Most Important Decisions

Whether you are making a decision for yourself or for a loved one, choosing the right retirement community makes
a difference for end-of-life quality. Many seniors will be able to enjoy relative independence for many years when the right fit is found.

That’s why Adult Placement Network intensely screens each Portland retirement community we recommend. We share your concern that you or your loved one may be mistreated. We understand that cost is also a concern. Yet, we always keep this thought in mind. “Would I feel good about my parents living here?”

Working to Keep Seniors at Home Longer

Providing connections with other Portland, OR senior services is also part of what APN does. We strive to help seniors remain at home as long as possible. We connect seniors to home health care, occupational therapists, medication management systems and Adult Day Care so seniors can stay in the home they love for longer.

Making the Transition to Assisted Living Easier

We connect you with companies that specialize in helping seniors and their families sort through the accumulation of a lifetime. These companies help organize and manage estate sales. They help pack, transport and set
up new households.

Contact us today.  We’ll help you find a safe, secure place for your loved ones.

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Testimonials

“My wife and I cannot say “thank you” enough to Michele Fiasca and Virginia Treece for all they did to help us to find a wonderful “Adult Foster Care Home” for my mother. This move came at a particularly sensitive and difficult time as mom`s husband and my father had just passed away. With great sensitivity and patience they did everything possible to help us find the very best place possible for mom at a reasonable price, and they were completely successful in helping us to find just such a place. They wanted to be sure that we felt good about the choice that we had made and that mom would feel safe, secure and loved in her new “home”. It is honestly and enthusiastically that we are able to recommend the services of the Adult Placement Network headed by Ms Michele Fiasca with the help of her very  capable assistant Ms Virginia Treece.”

Most Sincerely,
R. Bruce Paden and M. Anita Paden

“Dear Michele,
Thank you so much for the assistance my wife and I received from Adult Placement Network this past winter when we needed to find a residential placement for a family member with Alzheimer`s Disease. At the time, I knew very little about the options in the Portland area. You and your staff gave me an excellent overview of the various possibilities, and came along on visits to a variety of programs, such that I was able to understand the range of possibilities. I especially appreciate the care that you took to listen to our concerns and to match our preferences with the available programs. The choice we made was truly an informed one, and is working out well.
I would certainly recommend your services to other families who need to find the right residential setting for their aging loved ones.

Sincerely,
William H. Wilson, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry

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