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What Are Verified Seniorly Communities?

Find out what Verified Seniorly communities are all about. Our Verified communities offer up-to-date information that you can trust as you search.

By Emma Rodbro Updated on Jan 26, 2023

Seniorly Verified communities are our partners in delivering the best search experience to seniors and families who are looking for a new home. As always, our aim is to make it as simple as possible for you to find a new home that you or your loved one will truly enjoy. 

In order to Verify a community we confirm that a community's state license is up to date, that the community has photos on their profile, has updated their pricing information in the past year, and that a Senorly family has moved into the community within the past two years.

If you’re interested in a Verified community you can work directly with them while also having the option to receive additional support from a Seniorly Advisor. Even if you’re still in the research phase of your search for senior living, we want you to have fast and easy access to the people who can best answer your questions about that community.

Photo credits: Sagebrook Senior Living at San Francisco


We Verify communities to confirm their licensure, so you don't have to do this research step.


Verified communities provide us with the latest information and most detailed specifications of their property and services.


Receive immediate support from Verified communities such as answers to your questions or tour scheduling. 

Are you a community operator interested in becoming our partner? Get in touch with us to learn more about becoming a Verified community. Email us at:

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Emma Rodbro

Emma Rodbro

Emma Rodbro is Seniorly’s Head of Product Experience & Operations. Emma’s passion for reducing social isolation in aging populations was undoubtedly influenced by her own experience as a teenager and spending time with her grandfather. Emma went on to earn her Bachelor or Arts in Public Health and Sociology from Brown University and holds a Master’s of Social Work from the University of California, Berkeley. When she’s not at work, Emma is a volunteer at DOROT, a nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the challenges of an aging population.

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