July 9, 2019
As a Certified Care Manager and Certified Senior Advisor with a Masters in Public Health, Stephanie is redefining geriatric care management, often working directly with home care agencies from the initial care consult. Learn how today's best care managers are supporting older adults, their families—and home care providers.
June 19, 2019
“Previous sibling rivalries that weren’t resolved effectively raise their ugly head in the dynamics of the family.”
National Institute on Aging
A geriatric care manager, usually a licensed nurse or social worker who specializes in geriatrics, is a sort of "professional relative" who can help you and your family to identify needs and find ways to meet your needs.
JUNE 03, 2019
Aging Life Care Association® Press Release
As Americans grow older, many of them will require additional aid with their day to day tasks—dressing, preparing food, taking a shower. For many families, those tasks fall to the “unpaid caregivers”—adult children, grandchildren, and other relatives assisting older adults as they age. The number of unpaid caregivers is growing—up to 43 million at the most recent survey in 2017. This number is expected to spike as the Baby Boomer generation grows older.
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Journal of Aging Life Care
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