Making the aging experience easier so you can focus on what’s really important, your loved ones. You are not alone.
Leah Maul, MBA, BA Gerontology, CDP
My drive to help people started at an early age, when my younger sister was diagnosed with epilepsy as a young child and had to be seen by many physicians. My passion grew as I got older and eventually led me pursue a degree in Gerontology and to work in healthcare. Over the years, I have linked many friends and family members to the appropriate services and care they needed because I understand the complexities of healthcare. Many friends with babies, young children and aging parents weren’t sure of what services were available, who could help and most importantly what questions to ask healthcare providers.
I experienced the same confusion and frustrations first hand when my Father-in-law’s health declined. His situation was very challenging. Unfortunately, because he didn’t have an advanced directive, we had to make painful choices in a very emotional situation. I know that with better coordination of care, a deeper understanding of his illness and greater collaboration between his physicians and the family, his passing would have been less difficult to bear.
I am very excited to have the opportunity to help families take control of their health and improve the quality of their time spent together in the place they want to be.
Proud Member of the Aging Life Care Association
Aging Life Care Professionals, otherwise known as Geriatric Care Managers, are experts in the field of aging and disablity. We help seniors and their families navigate the challenges of aging and make positive, informed decisions about the care of their loved ones.
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Care Managers are experts in helping clients age safely in the most optimized environment for success. Because we are looking at the situation with an objective eye without the emotional connections families feel, we can help guide families to the resources most appropriate to meet their needs.