Listen to how Jangir Sultan, Founder and CEO of Patient Advocates of NY, utilizes his #ALCA membership to network and continue his education, along with a great suggestion on how to grow membership.
The CDC reports one in four Americans aged 65+ fall each year. The risk of falling will increase with more seniors quarantined at home. Here are some areas you can examine in your home right now to reduce the risk of falls at home. 1. Rugs, Mats, Carpets You can start your home safety assessment … Continue reading Six things you can do right now to prevent falls at home
Listen to Byron Cordes, President of Sage Care Management, 2020 Recipient of the ALCA Adele Elkind Award, and NACCM Board President as he talks about the trajectory of his career in Aging Life Care Management.
Beginning to showcase diversity in gender, ALCA member Victor Alcala of Alcala Care Management Services talks about his first caregiving experiences that led him to a career in care management. Being brought into the fold of ALCA from another member, Victor also talks about ways the association can diversify membership and the industry. Victor has … Continue reading Aging Life Care Moment with Victor Alcala, MSW, MSG, CMC
ALCA Members feel strongly about helping family caregivers avoid burnout. With June as Men’s Health Awareness Month we are featuring some of ALCA’s male members who have built a career out of Aging Life Care Management and on male caregivers, who often do not ask for help. ALCA Board Member, Co-Chair of the President’s Committee, … Continue reading What are the signs of caregiver burnout?
The number of male caregivers is on the rise along with the average age of caregivers and the amount of stress impacting men’s health. According to a 2020 report “Caregiving in the U.S” by the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, 39% of family caregivers are male and 34% are Baby Boomers. Twenty-three percent of … Continue reading Focusing on Healthy Aging for Men During Men’s Health Month
This May the Aging Life Care Association celebrated its 10th annual Aging Life Care Month, while acknowledging the Administration on Community Living’s Older Americans Month celebration. Aging Life Care Professionals have always been a part of the continuum of care for older adults—and part of the “Community of Strength” for aging loved ones and their … Continue reading ALCA Members Embodies Older American’s Month Motto
At Aging Wisdom we are guided by a set of values that are naturally woven into our company culture and our work as Aging Life Care Professionals®: Integrity. Professionalism. Compassion. Collaboration. Service to our clients and our community. While each value is precious and essential, it is often through Collaboration that we experience incredible serendipity … Continue reading Collaboration Enhances Aging Life Care and “Communities of Strength”
Mission Accomplished with a Doppelganger “I need your help with my Mom.” It was a text message from a friend’s daughter, Toni (not her real name). I called Toni immediately. I could sense how exhausted, anxious, and scared she was. Someone in need of help is the lifeblood of the work we—Aging Life Care Managers™–do. … Continue reading Distance Doesn’t Have to Matter: Holding Hands, South to North
They met during WW2 – he, a handsome Yankee flyboy; she, a Morse Code operator for the Women’s Australian Air Force. He was fascinated by her flaming red hair and beauty; she was attracted to his bravado and good looks. They married and he moved her from the sunny shores of Terrigal, NSW, to northern … Continue reading In Honor of Older American’s Month – One Aging Life Care Manager’s story