Geriatric Care Managers Can Help Busy Caregivers

Geriatric care management is a rapidly growing field in the elder care industry. As most caregivers know, researching and coordinating all the care options and resources available for aging loved ones is a never-ending process. Many would rather use their precious time visiting with family members or seeing to their own health instead of filling out paperwork, juggling appointments and searching for sources of financial assistance. This is where geriatric care managers (GCMs) come in.  What Is a Geriatric Care Manager? Geriatric care managers (also known as Aging Life Care Professionals or ALCPs) are usually registered nurses or licensed social workers who assess seniors’ individual needs, form comprehensive care plans and then help execute them... Continue on Agingcare for information of Geriatric Care Managers and how hiring one could help you:   Minding Our Elders: Caregivers Share Their Personal Stories. "For anyone having to walk the last segments of life with a loved one, read this.” …Delores                  Related StoriesHandling Controlling Elderly ParentsCaregiver Guilt: How to Stop Feeling Guilty About Elderly ParentsHow to Stay Sane During the Holidays as a Sandwich Generation Caregiver 
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