Assisted Living Locators opens St. Petersburg location

Assisted Living Locators, one of the nation’s largest senior placement and referral services, launched its St. Petersburg, FL location, on June 11th.

This franchise, owned by Senior Living Advisor Elizabeth Plevin, is committed to guiding families through the difficulties of senior care options at no cost to them.

Plevin is fueled by her personal mission. After facing challenges in finding care for a family member, she was inspired to use her experience in teaching and nurturing growth to help others in similar situations.

Assisted Living Locators supplies a full range of care offering no cost guidance in locating quality, assisted living and in-home care options.

For more information on Assisted Living Locators’ no cost service for seniors and their families, call Elizabeth Plevin at 727-723-8000 or visit www.assistedlivinglocators.com/st-petersburg.

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