3 reviews

Alliance for Senior Housing

marker Kingsley, Michigan


3 reviews
Cindy Eldredge

We first met with Connie at Alliance for Senior Housing about 5 years ago when our parents began considering moving from their large condo into independent living. Connie came to their home, met with all of us and explained not only all of the various housing options, but also all of the available facilities and the pros and cons of each. She assisted our parents in narrowing the choices and drove them to visits. Although they decided not to move at that time, she remained an invaluable guide as circumstances changed over the years. She was a constant source of wisdom coupled with compassion, and her continued focus on the longterm picture has enabled their move to a beautiful unit in Boardman Lake Glens, where they will be able to continue to age together. We could not be more grateful. Connie was a Godsend.Cindy and Deb
Susan Bumpus

Navigating the maze of elder health care decisions can be demoralizing and daunting. Each step of the way can lead to a brick wall or a little bit of light. That was our experience before we connected with Connie Hintsala at Alliance For Senior Housing. Then positivity and possibilities were laid out before us. Connie is a bright guiding light! Her business acumen, professional expertise and charismatic connection expose the compassion and caring she brings to the process at a time when they are needed the most. From the first warm encounter to choosing a place and following up, we felt comforted, successful and validated by our relationship with the Alliance For Senior Housing.
Handsome Dan Bodamer

Connie is absolutely a life and sanity saver. She found an incredible place (Joy Givers) for my mom and assisted with all the information. Then as my moms dementia worsened, and quickly, Connie went to work for us again by finding another location to handle my moms new requirements. She is truly a gifted wonderful lady who goes beyond the call of duty. You owe it to yourself to put your trust in her. Thank you Connie!