Advice on healthy aging isn’t hard to come by these days. Words of wisdom can be found online, in magazines, and on morning talk shows, running the gamut from diet, to health care, to transportation and mobility.
Let’s face it: “growing older” is new for every single one of us. None of us has done it before! And no one will navigate aging the same as anyone else.
What does it mean to “age well”? For some, good health is at the very top of the list; for others, travel and and a busy retirement are priorities. We each bring to our 60th birthday our own unique mosaic of dreams, values, resources, and relationships—a unique and complex composite that makes us who we are.
My job as an advisor and eldercare navigator is to help you and your loved ones explore all your options and make decisions that you feel will work best for you.
|ATTENTION: I’m currently offering phone or video chat sessions on your computer, smartphone, or mobile device. Home visits are also an option; I adhere strictly to CDC guidelines for home visits and require all clients and caregivers in the home to do the same.
Even outside of times of crisis, the needs of seniors and frail elders can be overwhelming. Please be assured that I am accepting new clients during this global crisis and have established safe, secure, flexible, and effective processes and operating procedures.
If you’re not already a client, please don’t hesitate to call or email. I always offer an initial phone conversation free of charge, especially to adult children and other caregivers at great distances from loved ones in Greater Boston. Our initial conversation and the intake process can be conducted almost entirely over the phone.