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Kay PaggiOn April 30 the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers became the new AGING LIFE CARE ASSOCIATION: I am Thrilled! The new website is www.aginglifecare.org, although you can still get there by simply going to www.caremanager.org. Aging Life Care Professional better describes the work I do. Aging Life Care Professionals enable older adults and their families to live well during the aging years, while meeting the dynamic challenges of the aging years and extended longevity.

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    Long-Term Care – Partnering with an Aging Life Care Manager®

    Thursday, March 21, 2019

    by Frances Mir MSN, RN, CMC Planning for long-term care as one continues to age can become a process that requires research, pre-planning, and financial overview. The good news is that there are opportunities for seeking a range of services and working collaboratively with professionals who can assist with the steps of long-term care planning. … Continue reading Long-Term Care – Partnering with an Aging Life Care Manager®

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    The Anatomy of an Appetite: Aging and Our Relationship to Food

    Thursday, March 14, 2019

    Miriam Zucker, LMSW, ACSW, C-ASWCM Many of life’s events involve food. From the grandest of celebrations to the smallest of gatherings, there is always a place for food. As an Aging Life Care Professional®, I recall a wonderful get together this care manager had organized to celebrate a client’s birthday, her ninetieth… I thought.  She … Continue reading The Anatomy of an Appetite: Aging and Our Relationship to Food

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    Finding What Matters as We Age

    Thursday, March 7, 2019

    by Harisa Paco, MSW, LSWAIC, CMC The work of care managers is in itself rewarding. On a day to day basis, we play a large role in the lives of our clients and their families. We’re gifted with the opportunity to help those in need, to help improve the quality of life for the clients … Continue reading Finding What Matters as We Age

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    Heart and Brain Health: Do One New Thing for Three Weeks

    Friday, March 1, 2019

    By Keri Pollock A new year is upon us and with it usually comes a resolution to get healthier. We so earnestly want to engage in life improvements, yet, they have a way of falling to the wayside. Take heart! (Pun intended). You can start fresh any time of year. Not convinced? Here are some … Continue reading Heart and Brain Health: Do One New Thing for Three Weeks

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    Living a Heart-Healthy Life…With a Scoop of Ice Cream

    Thursday, February 28, 2019

    By Miriam Zucker, LMSW, ACSW, C-ASWCM Although American Heart Month is about to end, heart disease among adult seniors shows no signs of letting up. In fact, it is the number one cause of death in older adults and has been for the last two decades. According to Dr. Jeannette Yuen, a cardiologist in the Scarsdale … Continue reading Living a Heart-Healthy Life…With a Scoop of Ice Cream

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    Keeping Love in Your Life as a Caregiver

    Thursday, February 21, 2019

    By:  Linda Fodrini-Johnson, MA, MFT, CMC, Aging Life Care Professional I am going to give you some tips to keep love the focus throughout your entire life and not let the challenges of aging get in the way, keeping in mind that love is the most important factor in the lives of millions of people … Continue reading Keeping Love in Your Life as a Caregiver

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    Tips to Stay Safe During the Severe Polar Vortex Weather

    Thursday, January 31, 2019

    As the polar vortex descends on the US, many people are being confronted by cold weather they have never experienced before.  All of this greatly impacts the safety and well-being of the elderly, especially when weather events strike unexpectedly or with speed. Here are some tips from the experts in aging well to help aging … Continue reading Tips to Stay Safe During the Severe Polar Vortex Weather

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    Don’t Wait for a Crisis: Ways to Create an Aging Plan Now

    Thursday, January 10, 2019

    It’s easy to put off planning for a parent or loved one’s care when that person is still healthy and able to care for themselves. Rather than wait for a crisis to strike, take time to plan for how you can maintain your loved one’s  safety and quality of life. Here are five strategies to … Continue reading Don’t Wait for a Crisis: Ways to Create an Aging Plan Now

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    Dementia & The Holidays: Tips for a Stress-Free Celebration

    Thursday, December 13, 2018

    Celebrating the Holidays with Dementia by Lisa Mayfield, MA, LMHC, GMHS, CMC, Principal, Fellow Certified Care Manager The holidays can often be a time filled with high expectations, requiring lots of energy and engagement in non-stop activities. For the individuals and families living with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, it can be challenging and a … Continue reading Dementia & The Holidays: Tips for a Stress-Free Celebration

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    Home for the Holidays? Signs Your Older Loved One May Need Help

    Thursday, November 29, 2018

    Home for the Holidays? Signs Your Older Loved One May Need Help By Amanda Lewis, BA, CMC, Certified Care Manager, Aging Wisdom, LLC   In our work as Aging Life Care Managers®, a common story we hear around the holidays goes something like this: Debbie first noticed a difference in her mom at Thanksgiving. The … Continue reading Home for the Holidays? Signs Your Older Loved One May Need Help

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