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Contact us to see how we can provide help to you or your loved ones. We provide a free 30 minute consultation. 

Our Services

We assess each client’s personal circumstances to develop a customized plan of care. We take into account the client’s unique identity; including religious/spiritual beliefs, cultural background, sexual orientation, gender identity, and family structure.


As Aging Life Care Professionals, we assist clients in attaining their maximum functional potential.  The individual’s independence is encouraged, while safety and security concerns are also addressed. Aging Life Care Professionals are able to address a broad range of issues related to the well-being of their client. We have extensive knowledge about the costs, quality, and availability of resources in their communities.

Many people are caring for someone with dementia or other chronic illnesses and others live hundreds of miles away from an aging parent.  We will be the coordinator for you (or your loved one) through the full spectrum of needs; from staying in your (their) best physical shape, to making health care connections and in-home care solutions.

Types of care services include:
  • Assess and monitor a person’s care needs and environment

  • Personalize a care plan with an understanding of each
    individual's unique needs

  • Locate community resources and relevant organizations
    to limit isolation and foster socialization, as well as
    supporting successful aging in place

  • Serve as an advocate for medical needs

  • Refer to home health agencies for services, such as
    personal care, housekeeping, meal preparation, etc.

  • Assess housing appropriateness: Create stability and safety             
    in the home environment or transition to new housing

  • Transitions of care (hospital stays, housing changes, or 

         adjustments to home care)

  • Be the eyes and ears of family member

  • End of Life planning and support

The expertise of Aging Life Care Professionals can be summarized into eight knowledge areas.
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Personalized Support

Each individual is unique.

 By understanding one's needs and preferences; personalized support can help them achieve their goals, overcome obstacles, and improve their overall well-being. The individual always has the choice and the control over their care. 

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Short and Longterm Goals

As Aging Life Care Professionals, we conduct a comprehensive in-home assessment, to understand one's physical, emotional, and social needs.   We tailor a plan to meet specific needs and set goals to ensure long-term success. We will coach the client and family to achieve the best results. 



Coordinating Care

We collaborate with professionals such as physicians, attorneys, conservators and financial planners. Communication at all levels is an important part of our process; we are available by phone, email, and text. We use Caretree software for case organization and communication. 


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