This post is about discussing what is available in the community and why you should always review someone's background (knowledge, experience, and education) before you decide to hire them for consulting work, especially when it comes to the care of your loved one.
Since gaining my certification as a Care Manager. I have decided to join a great organization known as the Aging Life Care Association®, The Experts in Aging Well®.
Due to my background, experience, and education, I was accepted into the association as an Advanced Professional Member/Certified Geriatric Care Manager, which is the highest level possible.
So what does this all mean? (Visit, https://www.aginglifecare.org/ALCA/About_Aging_Life_Care/ALCA/About_Aging_Life_Care/What_you_need_to_know.aspx?hkey=a487975b-4621-4c97-a4c9-a0efb2b7f581)
"An Aging Life Care Professional, also known as a geriatric care manager, is a health and human services specialist who acts as a guide …