Finding appropriate care can be overwhelming.  

Having someone that you trust is invaluable.

We offer professional Care Management and Counseling in the Windsor Essex Ontario area. We provide living support solutions that best fit your needs, values and resources

We guide families through change, navigating the health care system,  providing emotional support, and adding a personal touch to everything we do. 

The benefits of working with a professional include:

  • Improving communication, 24/7 support

  • Preserving quality of life - independence

  • Reducing stress and crisis, providing peace of mind.


  • Coaching - establishing realistic goals and priorities

  • Counseling - sensitive topics such as end of life

  • Coordinating communication between family members, service providers and other professionals to ensure a continuity of care

  • Mediating family conflict - reducing stress to the older adult

  • Referrals - extensive knowledge of community resources

Care giving is similar to a dramatic play, where the ending is already known, but the actual story is full of twists and turns, highs and lows and peaks of joy and sorrow. Although you already know the ending, looking after a parent in their time of need can be very rewarding but challenging.Aging requires making changes. Older adults need emotional support for grief, lack of privacy, anxiety and other issues.

These transitions are not easy for most of us. That's why Live Your Best Solutions examines a families situation holistically, considering important factors such as:

  • Mental Health
  • Physical Health
  • Financial Resources
  • Personal Preferences  

Using this information as a starting point, Live Your Best Solutions acts as a knowledgeable and experienced guide.

Many families hire  Live Your Best Solutions at a point of transition.

A few common scenarios include:

  • The older adult wants to maintain their independence and wants help navigating the different options for help.
  • When the family realizes that Mom or Dad are struggling to maintain their homes but want to age in place.
  • Choosing a home care agency to help the senior at home.
  • Moving between different levels of housing.
  • Wanting to create a simpler life.
  • During a hospital stay to prepare for the patient’s discharge.
There are many benefits to working with a professional. Here are some of the most common ways they can help:
  • Providing personal counseling.
  • Conducting a thorough assessment to identify the elder's needs and preference.
  • Educating the senior and family about the various healthcare and housing options.
  • Taking steps to start the care plan and keep it functioning.
  • Drafting a care plan tailored to the senior’s needs and preferences, adapting it as necessary.
  • Coordinating care services, including screening, hiring and monitoring care-giving services.
  • Working with, and providing referrals to, other professionals, such as an elder law attorney or home care agency.
  • Liaising with families who live at a distance from the elder to ensure the elder's needs are being met and update the family on any changes in the elder's status.
  • Managing or coordinating a move to accessible housing.
  • Acting as an advocate for the elder and the family.
  • Replacing the family caregiver when they are away with 24/7 support.
  • Finding appropriate solutions to avoid a family crisis.
  • Coordinating medical appointments and medical information.
  • Arranging transportation to medical appointments.
  • Assisting families in positive decision making.
  • Developing long range plans for future transitions.
  • And more...

Do you have questions? Just Call Bonnie Pacuta.   Phone Inquires are Free: (519) 965-5654.

Caregiver Coach, Patient Advocate, Aging in Place Specialist, Elder Care Planner, Elder Care Consultant, Geriatric Care Manager, System Navigators, Counselors,   Geriatric Specialists,  Care Managers, Older Adult Consultant, Aging Life Care Professional and Elder Care Specialist, are all titles that are used for similar businesses.

Hiring a health care professional  to support your family represents a growing trend to help full-time, employed family caregivers provide care for loved ones living close by or at a distance.