APFM

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AcronymDefinition
APFMAssociated Programme on Flood Management
APFMA Place for Mom (Seattle, WA)
APFMAssociation of Property and Facility Managers (est. 1995; Singapore)
APFMAsymmetrical Peristaltic Field Manipulation
APFMAccelerated Paper Feeding Method (Canon copiers)
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A Place for Mom has more than 11,000 long-term care communities and services participating in its referral network, including all of the top twenty largest assisted living companies in the US.
Our goal is to give families the confidence that they are making the best choice," said Pamala Temple, founder and CEO of A Place for Mom.
Families may call A Place for Mom directly or visit the website, www.
A Place for Mom is the nation's largest eldercare referral network serving families who are searching for care options for elderly loved ones.
A Place for Mom, the nation's largest eldercare referral service, announced today the renewal of a national marketing services agreement with SunBridge Healthcare, which operates more than 240 skilled nursing, long-term care and assisted living facilities with over 27,300 beds.
Through a successful relationship and a known expertise in helping families, SunBridge Healthcare and A Place for Mom will continue to serve families searching for eldercare across the nation.
We have been extremely pleased with the commitment that A Place for Mom eldercare professionals exhibit in serving the needs of inquiring families.
A Place for Mom, the nation's largest eldercare referral service, recently announced a national marketing services agreement with Beverly Healthcare, one of the nation's leading providers of eldercare services including skilled nursing.
A Place for Mom will provide online marketing services for Beverly properties on the A Place for Mom web site, http://www.
Working with A Place for Mom is a great opportunity to partner with a company that specializes in providing families with accurate information so they can make an informed decision about skilled nursing options.