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Aging Life Care Management Responds to the Continuing Challenge of Care Coordination

A Conversation with Liz Barlowe, President, Board of Directors, Aging Life Care Association

Care Management Dispatches from the Front Lines

A Conversation with Lisa Mayfield, President, Board of Directors, Aging Life Care Association

Can America’s drug industry lower its prices?

Pharmaceutical companies go up against congressional efforts to close the donut hole.

The Hottest Career Trend of the Decade: Aging Life Care™ Management

One of the hottest career trends in the next decade isn’t found in the tech sector, it can’t be outsourced overseas or automated, and it offers endless possibilities for advancement and satisfaction.

Agency or Independent: Considerations in Hiring

For aging adults with physical and cognitive limitations who wish to remain in the familiar environment of their own home, paid in-home care workers often provide the solution. Understanding the differences in care providers and the roles and obligations of hiring are essential in creating a positive experience for all involved.

Burnout Can Happen to Anyone

Caregiving is difficult and exhausting work. If you don’t take time to set limits on what you can do and when, and create balance in your life, you may begin to suffer from a condition called “burnout.”

Six Hidden Costs to Caring for An Aging Parent

Caregiving for an aging loved one isn’t all doom and gloom. The rewards of caregiving are real, but so are the hidden costs.

Is it OK to Lie to Your Aging Parent?

From our earliest days we are taught never to lie, especially never to our mother or father. However, a survey of Aging Life Care™ experts reveals that telling a “fiblet” can actually be therapeutic when telling painful truths to aging parents with a cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s Disease.

The Role of Aging Life Care Managers in Estate Planning

With the increased number of older adults in our society and the changing landscape of family systems, there is a growing need for an estate planning team to include the professionals who can make client-specific recommendations related to healthcare – Aging Life Care Managers™ (also known as geriatric care managers).

eBooks

The Value of Working with an Aging Life Care Professional

Here is a downloadable flyer highlighting the results from the second phase of the Florida Chapter Research on the value of services as viewed by the “responsible party” authorized to pay for Aging Life Care™ services on behalf of an individual.

When Your Parent has Dementia, Is Lying Ever OK?

Is it ever right to lie to a parent who has dementia*? It’s a question nearly all families struggle with during the course of the disease. We’d probably all agree that in most cases, telling the truth is best. But honesty is not a black and white matter in dementia care – it is wrapped in shades of gray.

Six Steps to Living Well While Caring for Aging Parents

A reminder may be in order that equilibrium is the key to living well as we divide our time among the needs of our parents, children, partners, jobs, and ourselves. The pull to care, or over care, often knocks that balance of its feet. Download a copy of this eBook and discover six steps that will help bring balance back to your life as a caregiver.

Planning for the Care You Need at Home

This e-book covers some of the aspects of getting care when the time comes, how to get that help, and how your family can arrange for help when you might not be able to make some decisions for yourself. It shares stories to demonstrate and bring to life these issues.

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Older Adults Admit New Technology is More Stressful Than Going to the Dentist

09/15/2021

Older Adults Admit High Anxiety and Fear About New Technology: Candoo Tech Surveys Shows 53% of Seniors Say Learning a New Device is More Stressful Than Going to the Dentist The results of a recent survey of technology-enabled older adults show that for 53% of them, learning new tech devices such as a computer or … Continue reading Older Adults Admit New Technology is More Stressful Than Going to the Dentist

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Are You Prepared for a Loved One’s Care Transition?

09/08/2021

Without a doubt, one of the hardest things for families to do is help an aging loved one transition back home from a hospital or rehab center stay – and the stakes are huge. Many older adults who leave the hospital will be readmitted within 30 days for a variety of reasons, such as falls, … Continue reading Are You Prepared for a Loved One’s Care Transition?

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Dealing with Delta

09/01/2021

The Delta variant of COVID-19 is spreading with alarming speed among the unvaccinated. As a protection to yourself, and your community,  unvaccinated individuals should get the shot as soon as possible. Immunity can take up to 6 weeks to develop, and we must all do our part in stopping the spread of this virus. In … Continue reading Dealing with Delta

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