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Barbara Levison discusses her involvement in the Aging Life Care Association®
Proeger & Associates News
- Happiness During the HolidaysHappiness during the Holidays We all know that the holiday season can be stressful under the best of circumstances. This year we must face the challenges of staying apart to stay safe. However, that does not mean we can’t find ways to bring some […]
- TECHNOLOGIES FOR CONNECTING TO SENIORSSocial distancing has become the new way of life during this pandemic. As a result, we as Aging Life Care® Managers have had to limit our in- person visits with our clients. Our clients’ families are not able to visit in-person either. We are all […]
- Aging in the Right Place: Care Managers help clients prepare for Hurricane Dorian, but also for the futureMichael Moore Jr. | Herald Tribune | September 2, 2019 | View article here Care managers help people 65 and older and those with disabilities prepare for times of crisis, such as a fall, a hospital stay or in this case, a storm, but they can […]
- Aging in Place: Loneliness often goes the way of cleanlinessMichael Moore Jr. | Herald Tribune | August 5, 2019 | View article here Fear of falling, loss of vision, fine motor skills, physical ability and memory are major causes of personal care neglect, according to senior health experts. Hygiene […]
- Mindy Zelitt – Alzheimer’s Association Support Group FacilitatorMindy Zelitt, MA, CMC, recently completed her training as an Alzheimer’s Association Support Group Facilitator. […]
Posts from blog.AgingLifeCare.org
- Clean Hands Count – Aging Life Care Managers promote sanitary measuresby Courtney Pulitzer on May 5, 2021 at 9:45 pm
Have you taken your handwashing routine to new heights during the COVID-19 pandemic? That’s great! Keep up the good work. Unfortunately, 42% of respondents in a recent poll said they had lapsed in their handwashing practices. Pandemic burnout is cited as a common reason. Hand washing is critical, in addition to wearing a mask in … Continue reading Clean Hands Count – Aging Life Care Managers promote sanitary measures → The post Clean Hands Count – Aging Life Care Managers promote sanitary measures appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.
- What is an Aging Life Care Manager?by Courtney Pulitzer on May 5, 2021 at 7:00 pm
As you manage the care of an aging loved one, it can be helpful to seek support from a professional. Learn about the unique role an aging life care manager plays and how to select one that meets your needs. There are many different reasons you or your loved one may need extra care. Whether … Continue reading What is an Aging Life Care Manager? → The post What is an Aging Life Care Manager? appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.
- Women’s History is Our Futureby Courtney Pulitzer on April 28, 2021 at 3:53 pm
Anne speaking at Rory Meyers College of Nursing at NYU in March 29, 2018. March is National Women’s History Month and May is National Aging Life Care Month – so for the final week of April – we are featuring a lovely account from ALCA Board Treasurer and NY Chapter President Anne Sansevero. ALCA … Continue reading Women’s History is Our Future → The post Women’s History is Our Future appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.
- Ten signs of when you need to be involved: the Coronavirus factorby Courtney Pulitzer on April 23, 2021 at 9:26 pm
Paying attention to situations that can affect the well-being of older adults can make all the difference. The effect of the COVID19 virus has raised the risks of ignoring signs that indicate it is time to intervene. There are ever-changing regulations, testing regimes, surges in cases, availability of vaccinations, and even access to healthcare. This … Continue reading Ten signs of when you need to be involved: the Coronavirus factor → The post Ten signs of when you need to be involved: the Coronavirus factor appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.