Service to Clients Goes Beyond Care Management

Trust. Honor. Respect. These are words you hear over and over when listening to Aging Life Care Professionals™ talk about their clients.  Many, if not all, will tell you that what keeps a care manager going is the relationships with their clients and their client’s trust in them.

In this story, Karen Wasserman, MSW, LICSW, CASWCM of Newton, MA shares that the relationship between an Aging Life Care™ Manager and a client often becomes more than just home or medical care management. This touching story of how she helped her client – a Holocaust survivor – give a treasured violin to the Holocaust Museum is a beautiful example of trust, honor, and respect.



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