Sally: Aging Solo Gracefully With Help From an Aging Life Care Manager®

Aging alone comes with unique challenges. These may include social isolation, loss of independence and mobility, and difficulty managing finances or activities of daily living. Seniors who are aging alone may also struggle with tasks such as meal preparation, keeping up with home maintenance chores, paying bills, and maintaining personal health care. Find out how working with an Aging Life Care Manager® helped Sally make a plan to enjoy the best quality of life in her senior years.

A Day in the Life of a Care Manager

The work that we do for our clients is holistic and varied every day. Each client that we work with has a unique plan of care and so we are focused on the detailed care for each client. Find out more about what a typical day in the life of an Aging Life Care Manager is like.

The Stress of Advanced Alzheimer’s Caregiving

As we age, we experience an increasing number of major life changes and transitions, including changes accompanied with Alzheimer’s and other aging related illnesses. Handling these changes can be difficult, and if you are unsure of where to start or are struggling with decisions, a professional care manager can help find options for you and your loved ones.

A Caregiver’s Toolkit

The role of a caregiver can be a sudden or unexpected transition, and many new caregivers aren’t sure where to start looking for resources and support. This toolkit provides a starting point with essential tools and tips to stay organized and lessen stress as much as possible.