• Alzheimer/Dementia Care

  • Accompany to medical appointments

  • Monitoring care

  • Scheduling appointments for senior

  • Transitional Care & Relocation services

  • End of life planning

  • Referral to elder lawyers and financial experts

  • Advocacy services between the senior, family and service providers

  • Referral to organizing companies and movers for transitions

  • Coordinate Money Management and Bill Paying Oversight

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Answers For Elders has the most up to date information on senior care management. We are the preferred provider in Geriatric Care Management by professionals and seniors alike.

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As Geriatric Care Managers, we are able to address a broad range of issues related to the well being of our client.We also have extensive knowledge about the costs, quality, and availability of resources in the community.


A Brief History of Geriatric Care Management

In 1985 the National Association of Private Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) was founded to support the businesses of the “pioneers” of this profession.Using a holistic model, Care Management now responds to a wide range of issues including legal, financial, medical, social, housing, family and personal needs. In 2015, it rebranded and is now known as the Aging Life Care Association. Answers For Elders owner, Barbara Cannon served as president of the New England Chapter of this organization for a 2 year term and continues to be an active member.

  • Crisis intervention services

  • Coordination of care and service

  • Document preparation

  • How to avoid unnecessary hospitalization

  • Conversations before the crisis, end of life care

  • Referrals to proper community resources both free and paid services

  • Educating senior potential entitlements & eligibility resources.

  • Expertise regarding non-pharmacological interventions for the cognitively impaired