Certified Placement Referral Specialists

No Cost Consultation & Referral Services

Sarah Harwood owner of Right Fit Senior Placement

What is a Certified Placement Referral Specialist

The CPRS certification is NPRA’s nationally recognized accreditation for Placement & Referral Specialists. Achieving CPRS certification signifies the expertise of a senior placement agent and the highest level of trust. It demonstrates a commitment to excellence and professionalism by following the NPRA Code of Ethics and Best Practices. 

CPRS-certified placement agents stand out from their peers and distinguish their business. They are industry experts who can be counted on to provide accurate information to seniors and their families, helping them make informed decisions.

How Can A CPRS Help?

Assessing Care Needs: A CPRS can help family caregivers assess the care needs of their loved ones. They can provide information on the types of care available, the costs of care, and the various resources available to help with caregiving.

Having a caring and knowledgeable consultant come alongside you during this transition time to find appropriate living arrangements and resources will relieve some of your stress. “I believe it is an honor to walk this journey with you and your family.”

Our consultant is very reliable

What Are the Cost?

Certified Placement Referral Specialists (CPRS) are compensated by the senior living facilities they recommend, their services are offered at no direct cost to families. This means families can leverage the CPRS’s expertise in finding the perfect senior housing option without any upfront financial obligation. It’s a win-win situation: families receive valuable guidance, and senior living communities gain qualified leads.

 

We cover Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties. Sarah is the Vice-President of Oregon Senior Referral Agency Association and involved with MSN, SPIN, and OGA.

For Assistance

Call 503-830-3268

Placement and Referral Services are at NO COST to clients.

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