Worried About Her?
Aging Life Care Management Services
for seniors, families and caregivers
As an Aging Life Care Specialist for older adults and their families and caregivers, I help seniors maintain their highest level of independence and functioning. I bring knowledge, expertise and solutions to each caregiving challenge. Whether I am managing care or providing a one-time consultation, my goal is to provide you and your loved one with options and resources for care. More information is available here.
If you are an organization, providing eldercare consulting services to your employees saves you time and money, and improves productivity. Your caregiving employees receive resources, guidance and consultation. When you provide this benefit, you make a statement to your employees: “we understand, and we care enough to give you the support you need.” More information for organizations is available here.
Things People Say
“It’s truly amazing what we have accomplished for my mom since the Thanksgiving weekend event. Thank you. I’m very grateful, and my mom is very fortunate.”Bob
“You did so much – from providing wise counsel and creative ideas to being right on the front lines as overseer and advocate.”Liz
“Leaving the country at this time is difficult, but knowing that you are involved in supporting my sister is extremely reassuring. So once again, thank you so very much.”Mike
“We count ourselves fortunate when we found you, and were able to engage your services for our mother’s care.”Becky
From the Blog
Recently, I received the following question from a reader: “I have health insurance through my employer, my husband is self-employed. Will my insurance still be the primary insurance when my husband turns 65 and applies for Medicare?” Suspecting this could be a...read more
This is a question I hear fairly frequently. Family caregivers come to me looking for solutions to their caregiving challenges, and often this question surfaces. “If this were you, what would you do?” Recently, I was reminded of this question after attending a one...read more
Visiting with a relative who has Alzheimer’s Disease can be challenging. Learn some tips to make the visit successful. This article first appeared at BrightFocus.org and can be read in its...read more