Expertise and trusted solutions for families
Services Available to Families
- Local services, expertise and trusted solutions to help meet the many challenges families may face caring for a loved one.
- Work with both local and out-of-town families.
- Advocacy and problem solving for both medical and non-medical challenges.
- Help transition family member out of the family home if absolutely necessary.
- Expert support, care and assistant when family members do not know what to do next.
Clients Utilizing Our Services
- Adult Children caring for their aging parents.
- Families who live out of town and have concerns about the health and well-being of a loved one.
- Attorneys, Certified Financial Planners, Physicians and other Professionals working for elderly clients and their families.
- Seniors trying to maintain a balance of independence and supports.
The Benefits of Our Services
- Have a professional, local advocate for your loved one when you are not able to do so due to distance, work, or other commitments.
- Provide relief to family members and caregivers knowing you have the best professional support possible for your loved one.
- Improve family communications
- Have a trustworthy, professional to turn to when things with your loved one, change, progress, emergencies pop up or other needs are identified.
Complete Aging Life Care Services
Some of the ways we engage with our clients
Cost Containment and Quality Control
Ensuring Continuity of Care
Personalized and Compassionate Service
Focusing on the Individual’s Wants and Needs
Reducing Worry and Stress
Providing Answers at a Time of Uncertainty
Offering an Holistic Approach
Working Collaboratively with Families
Enabling Optimum Quality of Life
Providing a Professional, Local Advocate
Access to Local Services and Expertise
Advocacy and Problem Solving
Here's what our clients have to say about Advocate for Elders
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Jennifer Beach is a Certified Aging Life Care ProfessionalTM and a licensed social worker with a passion for ensuring older adults the optimum quality of life.
Aging Life Care ProfessionalsTM provide expert assistance in caring for you or a family member. We are partners to help you make informed decisions and deliver the best possible solutions for you and your loved one. We take a holistic approach with the client and their family at the center of all decisions and action plans. We work to ensure client values, preferences and resources are respected.
Contact Jennifer to learn more about Aging Life CareTM help for you or a loved one. You will value the time saved and gain the piece of mind knowing you're doing all you can to provide your loved ones with the best services available.
Aging Life Care / geriatric care management is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or others facing ongoing health challenges.Working with families, the expertise of Aging Life Care Professionals™ provides the answers at a time of uncertainty. [Read More]
Aging Life Care services are offered in a variety of settings. Professionals can serve the needs of their clients by providing:
When caregiving for an aging family member becomes overwhelming, it may be time to contact an Aging Life Care Professional™.
While the majority of Aging Life Care clients are older adults, many also assist younger adults who face the challenges of disability or serious illness.
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Useful information on Aging Life CareTM
In the newest edition of the Aging Life Care Journal, Aging Life Care Professionals examine the issues faced by those who are younger and diagnosed with atypical dementias. Jennifer Pilcher-Warren, MS, PhD, CMC, is the editor-in-chief. Her message to readers is below. To read the entire issue of the Journal of Aging Life Care: Atypical Read More
One of the most difficult conversations caregivers can have with their older loved ones concerns driving. Telling someone they are no longer safe to drive can result in hurt feelings, resentment, and arguments. ALCA member Susan Birenbaum addresses these concerns and directs caregivers to useful resources. How to Recognize When It’s Time for Older Adults Read More
In the Aging Life Care Association’s newest White Paper, “Agency or Independent: Considerations in Hiring”, ALCA member Bunni Dybnis examines the legal and financial questions one should examine before deciding to hire caregivers for the home. Below is an excerpt from the beginning of the White Paper; to read and download the entire document, please Read More
Life transitions often mean that we need to make decisions about what to do with years of accumulated personal property that no longer physically fits our new space, does not fit with our new lifestyle, or that needs to be liquidated to meet financial obligations. It is comforting to know there are professionals who can Read More
Food security and hunger are issues that can strike at any point in life, and many Americans struggle with putting food on the table on a day to day basis. One of the more vulnerable groups is the elder population, particularly those without a strong network of friends and family. Physical limitations and restricted income Read More
Medicare and Medicaid may seem similar at the outset, but are in fact two very different programs. Each one has difference qualifications and serves different purposes, but deciphering and understanding those differences can be confusing. Here are a few points of distinction to help make Medicare and Medicaid more clear. A Tale of Two Programs Read More
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, Read More
When it comes to caregiving, it can be difficult for families to feel confident in the decisions they are making for their loved ones. Aging Life Care Professionals® can help these families navigate the muddy waters of end-of-life and palliative care choices, providing peace of mind and qualified answers. The Florida Chapter of the Aging Life Read More
As we age, we can tend to focus on the negatives–all the things we are unable to do anymore. However, there is joy in growing older, and these nonagenerians prove that with the right outlook, and a little luck, age is just a number that doesn’t have to slow you down. By Sharon Jayson Wilhelmina Read More
No matter the level of one’s memory loss, stage of Alzheimer’s disease, or type of dementia, human connection and communication is important to overall well-being. Communication requires patience, understanding, and good listening skills. But often, even the most well-trained or educated caregiver gets frustrated or avoids communication altogether. July is Social Wellness Awareness Month, and Read More
Certified Aging Life CareTM Manager Jennifer Beach had the pleasure of sitting down and speaking with Jim McIntyre on his radio program The 11th Hour.
Jennifer Beach was recently featured on “The Sound of Ideas” broadcast on Cleveland’s WCPN 90.3, to discuss having difficult conversations with aging parents about their future. To listen to the segment,click here and then advance forward to the 29:00 minute mark.
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