Helping you navigate an increasingly complex system of elder care

Health Matters

Care Managers understand aging and its associated conditions and diseases. As a result, they can help seniors and their families make informed decisions relating to physical health and disability. When you need services, products, or education about a specific condition or diagnosis, you can count on a Care Manager to help guide you to the right information and services which can serve you best.

Living at Home

Health care systems are highly complex, and it’s not always easy to get the answers you need. An experienced Care Manager can help you schedule appointments with specialists, clarify what physicians communicate, get second opinions, find recommended physical therapists, or solve some other health care-related problems.

Legal / Financial

Professional geriatric care managers know what documents should be in place to ensure the proper protection of the elder. These may include advanced directives, wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents.


Family Caregiver Support

Care Managers work with seniors, family caregivers, and other advisors to prioritize critical concerns, review care options, and determine a path forward. Taking you from crisis management to productive planning.

Advocating for Families & Seniors to ensure quality of care and optimal life


On-Demand Care Coaching

An affordable subscription service that gives family caregivers on-demand access to professional coaching help. You're just a click or call away from quick and easy access to a professional support leading to clarity and stability.

You get the help you want – when you need it – from an experienced professional who will listen to your concerns, and help you to navigate through the challenges of caregiving.  We will help you to prioritize your concerns, and strategize together to make a plan you can implement.


Care Management and Coordination

Whether you are out of town or need help in person, we are here for you. As Care Managers we will meet with your loved to provide an assessment, plan development, coordination, and monitoring of eldercare services to ensure the highest quality of care.

Countless families hire a Care Manager to alleviate their stress, worry, and fear that can accompany aging — and, most importantly — give them a greater sense of stability, clarity, and peace of mind.

Care Managers' Areas of Expertise


Your care manager provides objective and professional guidance that helps you deal with a number of long-term care issues such as chronic disease management in a knowledgeable manner. We help you anticipate what is going to be needed, giving you choices and options.

Patient Advocacy

Having an advocate who knows the aging and health care systems means you get the best outcomes possible. Get answers quickly, know your options, and have someone to speak up for you when you need it most.

Crisis Intervention

We help navigate you through a crisis such as a hospitalization or chronic illness diagnosis by making recommendations and putting together a plan based on your desired outcomes. Available 24/7/365, so you never have to be left alone to deal with the tough situations.


Relocation Services

We can help you select appropriate options for retirement communities, assisted living nursing facilities and more. Serving as your advocate, we give you the real scoop on all aspects of the process to ensure you get the highest quality, most cost-effective care.

Local Resources

Our aging experts can link you with best the professionals in the community to meet your needs, including legal, financial, medical, and a variety of community services.

Family Mediation

The supportive relationship and ongoing quality assurance provides security for you and your loved one. Most importantly, we work to ensure that solutions are successful where others may have failed in the past.


Our care managers are well-respected experts providing professional opinions and options for courts, POAs, elder law attorneys and other professionals in establishing levels of care and determining long-term care needs.


Your care manager can help you budget and monitor finances with your POA, accountant and financial professionals. We can also help connect you to financial assistance programs and benefits with expertise in VA benefits, Medicare, Medicaid, long term care and health programs.