Anita G. Baker, RN, BSN, CMC Email: abaker@agbandassociates.com
Call: 843-461-0092

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Aging Life Care News Feed:

  • It Pays To Have A Creative Geriatric Care Manager
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 05/22/2020 at 5:21 pm

    Just as the COVID-19 crisis began gripping the nation, a very determined and creative Aging Life Care Manager, Rachel Hodesh, began scheduling “FaceTime” calls with our caregiver during the caregiver’s time with a very special mutual client. In her first call, the senior client spent most of the time talking about this wonderful use of … Continue reading It Pays To Have A Creative Geriatric Care Manager → The post It Pays To Have A Creative Geriatric Care Manager appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Social Isolation Due to COVID-19
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 05/20/2020 at 11:38 pm

    //// by: Kizzy Chambers //// The pandemic of COVID-19 has increased concerns about older adults’ cognition among many family members. Most of us understand that older adults or individuals with significant cognitive impairment or dementia, need stability and routine. As a result of the COVID-19, visitors are prohibited in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. … Continue reading Social Isolation Due to COVID-19 → The post Social Isolation Due to COVID-19 appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Using Live-In Care To Lower The Risk of COVID Exposure
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 05/14/2020 at 11:28 pm

    //// By: David Petroski ////   Did you hear the news that “…80% of [COVID-19] infections are mild or asymptomatic.” No, that quote is not from a dubious Facebook ad, or a cable news show personality, it’s from the World Health Organization’s Q&A page on the difference between COVID-19 and influenza. If that is true, … Continue reading Using Live-In Care To Lower The Risk of COVID Exposure → The post Using Live-In Care To Lower The Risk of COVID Exposure appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • ALCA Members and Corporate Partners – Better Together During a Global Pandemic
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 05/11/2020 at 4:03 pm

    //// By Nancy Avitabile //// New York City, NY //// New York City slowly began shutting down around March 6. Some intrepid individuals continued to work until the Shelter-in-Place order was declared by Governor Cuomo on March 20. Aging Life Care Managers (ALCM) began to scramble; every day offered new information about public safety and … Continue reading ALCA Members and Corporate Partners – Better Together During a Global Pandemic → The post ALCA Members and Corporate Partners – Better Together During a Global Pandemic appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • A Different Kind of Mother’s Day
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 05/07/2020 at 1:55 am

    //// By: Tanya Schwartz, LCSWR //// “Please tell the caregivers that we won’t need them this Mother’s Day weekend” “What do you think my mother will find useful and enjoyable as a Mother’s Day present? “Could we speak about my parents’ well-being in person while I am visiting them this weekend?” These are all questions … Continue reading A Different Kind of Mother’s Day → The post A Different Kind of Mother’s Day appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

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