Glenn Chapman

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  1. Great information for start-ups, it is a wonderful service you are providing. I will go to your website (myalfconsultant.com/) and request additional information so we can consider collaborating with you. I am a licensed Architect formerly working for AHCA reviewing plans/inspections for licensed facilities. Looking forward to the opportunity of helping you.

  2. Has anyone had experience when obtaining a building permit for remodeling a home for assisted living in a single family zone and get push back from Zoning and neighbors? I know an operator that has experienced a very hard time about this.

  3. ᴠᴇʀʏ ʜᴇʟᴘғᴜʟ ᴀɴᴅ ᴛʜᴀɴᴋ ʏᴏᴜ ғᴏʀ sʜᴀʀɪɴɢ ᴅᴏ ʏᴏᴜ ᴏғғᴇʀ ʟɪᴠᴇ ᴄʟᴀss

  4. My husband and I are looking to open a senior assistant living, but in Nigeria…a country that is just starting to accept the idea of sending parents to such facilities instead of caring for them ourselves in our home. I'm writing a business plan for potential investors. Please can you help me.

  5. hello, great presentation. My wife and I are trying to start our own RALF in Ohio. The County Building department allows us to house 6 to 16 residents, but the city only allows us to accommodate up to 8 residents. Our property has 4 bedrooms and we are thinking of having two beds per room. If we house at least 6 residents, we are required to install fire sprinkler system, fire alarms, ADA compliant floor plan, etc. But if we stay below 6 residents, we can avoid all these requirements. My question is, is it financially prudent for us to house 6 or more residents and spend thousands of $$$$ just to gain 3 additional residents? From your experience, do most family members want their mom and dads to have their own bedroom as oppose to shared bedroom? We are thinking that most family member would want that, so we are thinking of just having no more than 5 residents and yet save more dollars.

    I'd like to take your core training. How do i go about this? Thanks in advance.

  6. hello, great presentation. My wife and I are trying to start our own RALF in Ohio. The County Building department allows us to house 6 to 16 residents, but she city only allows us to accommodate up to 8 residents. Our property only have 4 bedrooms and we are thinking of having two beds per room. If we house at least 6 residents, we are required to install sprinkler system, fire alarms, ADA compliant floor plan, etc. But if we reside uo to 5 residents only, we can avoid all these requirements. My question is, is it financially prudent for us to house 6 or more residents and spend thousands of dollars $$$$ just to gain 3 additional residents? From your experience, do most family members want their mom/dad to have their own bedroom?

    I'd like to take your core training. How do i go about this? Thanks in advance.

  7. This is a so good but using the word facility just makes me cringe….our residents live in these buildings with others that have things in common. They share their lives with others as in a community. Not in a "space" or facility. Language used does make a difference. But this is so good and thank you so much for sharing this crucial information.

    com·mu·ni·ty/noun
    1.a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
    2.a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.

    fa·cil·i·ty/noun
    1.space or equipment necessary for doing something.
    "cooking facilities" synonyms: provision, space, means, potential, equipment More

  8. As a "still practicing RN"…..I'm trying to find 3-4 investors who "see this as a better way to buy properties than flipping"….so….my learning curve begins here now.

    Frank/ Upstate NY.

  9. How about a part about writting and coming up with your Policies and Procedures.. I'm doing it now and hope I got it right… lol

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