Chris Curran

Seniorly Local Advisor

Seniorly Local Advisor

Chris Curran

Families Helped


Years of Experience

11 year(s)

With Seniorly Since


Operating In

Newton, CT

Chris's credentials




Georgetown University Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology


Chris's reviews

Overall Rating

Diane H
Chris couldn't have been more helpful. We are so glad he contacted us. We believe he found the perfect place for our mother to live.
August 2022
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Susan C
Chris is very knowledgeable and helpful.
July 2022
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Lori B
Chris was both very knowledgeable and helpful, he seemed very well versed in all the options in and around CT
June 2022
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What we think about Chris

Chris combines his direct patient care experience with industry knowledge and works tirelessly to assist families searching for senior living options.

About Chris

Chris Curran has been involved with senior care in one capacity or another since completing his undergraduate degree at Georgetown University in 2009. He started his career at Calvary Hospital, a nationally recognized Hospice and Palliative Care Center in the Bronx, caring for patients and their loved ones at end of life. He went on to work several years with a Fairfield County medical - non-medical homecare and hospice agency as a Care Coordinator and Liaison facilitating patient care and support services. Chris has always been passionate about caring for anyone in need. His strong clinical background and experience with direct patient care gives him unique insight into the specific needs of seniors and their families. He has extensive experience working with patients and clients in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living communities, and home settings. Chris would best describe himself as caring, attentive and hard working. His years of experience in the senior industry enhances his ability to navigate families in finding safe solutions in assisted living or dementia living communities based on an individual’s care needs, budget and location.
This page was updated on Jul 20, 2023

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