What It's All About

A Place for Our Parents was founded in August of 2012 by Sally Shisler, an experienced care giver with a vision of creating a compassionate, knowledgeable and supportive service that assists families in urgent need of guidance during the important early stages of planning for their aging loved ones' later years in life. Through her own recent journey, she found a gaping hole in today's assisted living and long-term care planning systems, where there is great demand for people who can patiently give accurate information and valuable overall wisdom to help ease the inherent logistical and emotional burdens that come with this confusing territory.

Sally's goal is to provide families, like hers, with the kind of insight, support and assistance that she personally yearned for during her own time of need. Gifted with a caring, sensitive, comforting nature, she has a true passion to help families who are finding themselves overwhelmed and discouraged by the myriad of choices and decisions that must be made in respect to their loved one's future long-term care needs.

Sally Cummings Shisler, MAMS

With a graduate degree from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Master of Associated Medical Sciences Program, Sally has led a successful 20 year freelance career in the highly specialized fields of healthcare publishing and medical legal litigation. Now, as these industries undergo rapid change, she is setting out to fulfill a more satisfying occupation.

Listed on the professional registry for "One Senior Place" in Altamonte Springs, Florida, Sally is recognized by experienced assisted living and long-term-care professionals for the devoted attention she gives to making certain that residents of long-term care facilities are receiving the expected quality of care that families have faithfully put their trust in.

Acknowledged for her recent successful experience with the Veterans Administration, she has employed her highly skilled knowledge of the lesser known programs offered to WWII and Korean War veterans through the VA, and is eager to impart her wisdom. "I have a sincere and passionate desire to gain as much assitance as possible for veterans and their families who gave everything to serve our country. I want to make an equally valiant effort to help this special generation of Americans live life with a degree of respect and dignity that they have so deservedly earned."

Most importantly, Sally is a 'care-giving' daughter, a wife, and mother of two lovely teenagers (not to mention a beloved, fawned over canine). When there is any spare time, she works hard on her first love, which is painting.


Schedule a free consultation with Sally in the comfort of your home!
A Place for Our Parents; A Plan for Ourselves
(877) 720-1380
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