The Woodlands, TX

FAQ

We are not dog trainers but
our wolves love when
we help seniors find the
quality of life they deserve.
We are a senior placement service.

Welcome to Senior Care Scout

SeniorCareScout is a family resource concierge for Seniors and their loved ones in and around Montgomery County Texas. We work with a complete team of professionals so we can refer your family and make some of your challenges a little easier. 

From home care nursing professionals to hospice providers; estate planners to Elderlaw attorneys, we can refer you to trusted people when you need them the most. We have people we know love and trust that also can help you stay in your home longer. Whether you need home safety improvements to reliable pet sitters, chances are good that we have someone in your area that we know, love and trust!

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Welcome to Senior Care Scout

SeniorCareScout is a family resource concierge for Seniors and their loved ones in and around Montgomery County Texas. We work with a complete team of professionals so we can refer your family and make some of your challenges a little easier. 

From home care nursing professionals to hospice providers; estate planners to Elderlaw attorneys, we can refer you to trusted people when you need them the most. We have people we know love and trust that also can help you stay in your home longer. Whether you need home safety improvements to reliable pet sitters, chances are good that we have someone in your area that we know, love and trust!

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Caregivers Chat

Some things just take time

by Marian Evangeline
Yesterday I attended a memorial service of a woman that had just lost her husband after a brief illness. Her son doesn’t think that his mother should be living in the home all by herself, and approached me to open some dialogue with her about moving to a smaller home. Maybe closer to him. While that sounds well. [ . . . ] continue reading »

When is it the right time to take action for a loved one?

by Marian Evangeline
Families ask me all the time “when is it the right time to take action for a loved one?” This could be a spouse, brother or sister, aunt or uncle…even grandparents. I always like to say the right time is when you feel that your loved one is a danger to themselves or to others. [ . . . ] continue reading »

You don’t need to be on this journey alone.

by Marian Evangeline
Today, I was out with a gentleman looking for a care environment for his wife. She is too young, he tells me. They had just started to think about retirement living in the country and build their dream home. But things happened. He noticed the forgetfulness.The daughter[ . . . ] continue reading »

Senior Care Scout Testimonials

"If you're looking for help with a senior family member, I highly recommend  Senior Care Scout.  
Members of my senior church group have benefited from their recommendations when searching for family placement.  They are always available to assist in making the right decision for your loved one.  Those of us who are seniors need advocates that we trust.
I trust Senior Care Scout!"

- Martha Urban

"Caring for an elderly parent can be a challenging time. Caregiving is a tremendous job, and I felt overwhelmed when trying to help my Mother. Diane Nelson was a big help. Diane is very knowledgeable and gave me great advice on who to talk to regarding care options for her. Unfortunately, my mother was not ready to make the big step. It's nice to know Diane is available when the time comes."

- Tammy

"Collaborating with Senior Care Scout is a win-win for us. We provide mobile, multi-specialty physician-driven services, and we rely on them to guide patients to facilities who communicate effectively, so we can all work together.  Best outcomes start with relationships between the family, facility staff, and physician team, all focused on the patient's priorities. Senior Care Scout provides critical guidance during stressful transitions of care and help us build trusting relationships."

- FHP Geriatrics - Reconnecting Healthcare

www.fhpgeriatrics.com

"Senior Care Scout is an excellent resource for placement of the aging population. I love working with Diane and Leslie because both these ladies are caring individuals that go the extra mile to service my patient and patient families. There are many places that will take in seniors for care, but not all have the patient-centered approach. Senior Care Scout identifies with placement facilities and homes that have history of owners and staff who put the patient first. Senior Care Scout help my families by visiting the potential placement with the family members and answering all questions. As someone who refers to community resources, I like the fact that Senior Care Scout can take the pressure off me to show my patient families these properties and make surprise visits to reassure the levels of care are met. I trust Senior Care Scout to offer the best resources to assist my patients and patient families and to individualize these people according to their need. God bless you Senior Care Scout for all you do."

 

- Christine N.

Caregivers Chat

Some things just take time

by Marian Evangeline

Yesterday I attended a memorial service of a woman that had just lost her husband after a brief illness. Her son doesn’t think that his mother should be living in the home all by herself, and approached me to open some dialogue with her about moving to a smaller home. Maybe closer to him. While that sounds well. [ . . . ]
continue reading
»

When is it the right time to take action for a loved one?

by Marian Evangeline

Families ask me all the time “when is it the right time to take action for a loved one?” This could be a spouse, brother or sister, aunt or uncle…even grandparents. I always like to say the right time is when you feel that your loved one is a danger to themselves or to others. [ . . . ]
continue reading »

You don’t need to be on this journey alone.

by Marian Evangeline

Today, I was out with a gentleman looking for a care environment for his wife. She is too young, he tells me. They had just started to think about retirement living in the country and build their dream home. But things happened. He noticed the forgetfulness.The daughter[ . . . ]
continue reading »

Some things just take time

by Marian Evangeline

Yesterday I attended a memorial service of a woman that had just lost her husband after a brief illness. Her son doesn’t think that his mother should be living in the home all by herself, and approached me to open some dialogue with her about moving to a smaller home. Maybe closer to him. While that sounds well. [ . . . ]
continue reading
»

When is it the right time to take action for a loved one?

by Marian Evangeline

Families ask me all the time “when is it the right time to take action for a loved one?” This could be a spouse, brother or sister, aunt or uncle…even grandparents. I always like to say the right time is when you feel that your loved one is a danger to themselves or to others. [ . . . ]
continue reading »

You don’t need to be on this journey alone.

by Marian Evangeline

Today, I was out with a gentleman looking for a care environment for his wife. She is too young, he tells me. They had just started to think about retirement living in the country and build their dream home. But things happened. He noticed the forgetfulness.The daughter[ . . . ]
continue reading »

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Welcome to

Senior Care Scout

SeniorCareScout is a family resource concierge for Seniors and their loved ones in and around Montgomery County Texas. We work with a complete team of professionals so we can refer your family and make some of your challenges a little easier.

Caregivers Chat

Some things just take time

by Marian Evangeline

Yesterday I attended a memorial service of a woman that had just lost her husband after a brief illness. Her son doesn’t think that his mother should be living in the home all by herself, and approached me to open some dialogue with her about moving to a smaller home. Maybe closer to him. While that sounds well [ . . . ]

When is it the right time to take action for a loved one?

by Marian Evangeline

Families ask me all the time “when is it the right time to take action for a loved one?” This could be a spouse, brother or sister, aunt or uncle…even grandparents. I always like to say the right time is when you feel that your loved one is a danger to themselves or to others. [ . . . ]

You don’t need to be on this journey alone.

by Marian Evangeline

Today, I was out with a gentleman looking for a care environment for his wife. She is too young, he tells me. They had just started to think about retirement living in the country and build their dream home. But things happened. He noticed the forgetfulness. The daughter [ . . . ]

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