Great article in Medium today, writing about those who are Elder Orphans. Defined as ” An elder orphan is someone “of an age” who has no immediate family in their life. “ Know, as you read the article that Aging Care Professionals can help! Give Marcie Dimenstein a call today. Judy Colbert What It Means to … Continue reading Elder Orphans – How not to be alone
Aging Life Care Professionals provide a holistic approach across 8 core areas. Sometimes you hear about professionals who are “patient advocates”. A patient advocate is singularly focused on health concerns, where an Aging Life Care Professional sees the whole person. Health is only one aspect of a person’s life. Likewise, a financial planner is dedicated … Continue reading What is an Aging Life Care Manager?
This is a post from the Alzheimers Association. Although they write about Alzheimer’s, this is about the things you can do for your loved one with any type of dementia. If you need any help with Dementia or any other issues of aging, please give me a call at 203-710-0500. Marcie Holidays and Alzheimer’s The … Continue reading Holidays and Dementia
By prioritizing the older adults’ goals and values, Aging Life Care Managers® help families and their loved one’s age well. TUCSON, ARIZ. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 30, 2018 Person-centered care is the idea that a person’s perspective, goals, and values should be at the forefront of their medical care. This method focuses on providing “thoughtful, systematic, and incremental” … Continue reading Person-Centered Care at the Heart of Aging Life Care Managers® Work with Aging Adults
Aging Life Care Professionals, Aging Parents, Long-Term Care Samantha Colaianni Planning for the Future: Long Term Care Andrea Zaite, MSSA, LMSW, CMC, C-ASWCM How Will I Pay? I want to introduce you to the web site run by the federal government called https://longtermcare.acl.gov/. Long term care is defined as receiving assistance in the areas of … Continue reading Planning for the Future: Long Term Care
America’s Sandwich Generation, men and women in their forties to sixties with both aging parents and children to care for, is one of the fastest growing populations. This group of people often find themselves stuck in the middle of trying to juggle a hectic schedule that includes caring for parents experiencing a decline in health, … Continue reading 8 WAYS FOR CAREGIVERS IN THE SANDWICH GENERATION TO REDUCE STRESS