• Social Activities - find social, recreational, or cultural activities to improve quality of life

4.  Choose an Aging Life Care Professional- also known as Geriatric Care

     Manager (GCM) to interview in your area.

Note: In early 2015, the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care

           Managers changed their name to the Aging Life Care™ Association.

           We expect the term "geriatric care manager" will still be used — people

           are familiar with it.

          


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3.  Enter your location (zip code, city, state).

Traditional medical insurance and Medicare do not cover Aging Life Care services. An Aging Life Care Professional  can refer a client for any skilled services that Medicare covers.

2. Click on the orange search box in the upper right corner "How to  

    Find An Aging Life Care Expert."

  • Medical management - go to doctor appointments, facilitate communication between doctor, patient family and make sure patient follows doctor's instructions

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  • Communication - keep family members and health professionals up to date on your older adult's well-being and alert everyone to changing needs
  • Entitlements - provide information on Federal and state entitlements, connect older adults and families to local benefits programs


  • Home care services -to determine services that are right for your older adult, help families hire and monitor those services
  • Safety and Securitymonitor older adults, recommend technology to improve security or safety, watch for changes and potential risks for abuse or fraud


  • Needs assessment - to identify problems and to provide solutions

What Are Their Qualifications?

HowTo find a Local Aging Life Care Professional

When hiring an Aging Life Care Professional, check the person's background and experience. He or she should have formal education in social work, nursing, gerontology or a related field and have been working in this field for several years.  They are also familiar with costs, quality and availability of resources in their communities. Ask for references and verify them. Here are some questions to ask when evaluating an Aging Life Care Professional.

How Much Does an Aging Life Care Professional Cost?

Even if you have to pay for an Aging Life Care Professional for out-of-pocket services, the work they provide in arranging for quality cost-effective care and easing the worry for elders and their loved ones can make the initial costs well-worth it. They are also a great addition to the caregiving team.

How Does an Aging Life Care Professional Help You?

Whether families live five miles away or 5,000 miles away, professional Aging Life Care™ Management is the solution to the overwhelming decisions that have to be made. With a certified Aging Life Care Professional™ at your side, you and your family can be confident that a knowledgeable professional is close by looking out for the older adult's best interests.


Most Aging Life Care Professionals work in fee-for-service agencies and bill privately for services. Please note they all bill differently. Long-term care insurance policies may cover some services. Check with your policy to find out if it covers this type of service. In addition, some employee assistance programs may cover Aging Life Care services as a benefit.

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Partners in Finding the Best Solutions

  • Legal - refer or consult with an elder law attorney, provide expert opinion for courts in determining level of care
  • Financial - may include review or supervision of bill paying, consulting with accountant or the person who has Power-of-Attorney

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  • Housing - help evaluate and chose the right housing