New! Eldercare Series

Learning how to navigate the maze of eldercare needs for family members and friends can be stressful. Topics such as insurance, dementia, communication strategies, and others can be challenging to deal with, and it is usually best to learn more from professional eldercare experts. This new 9-week series will focus on important information faculty and staff may need when eldercare is necessary.

March 22 - Medicare 101 (Wendy Morgan, Vantage Financial)

March 29 - Successfully Navigating the Eldercare Maze (Kelsey Loushin, BA, LICDC-CS, CDP)

April 5 - Elder Orphans (Erin Eurenius, Esq., CPA)

April 12 - Bridging the Communication Gap Between Family Members (Kelsey Loushin, BA, LICDC-CS, CDP)

April 19 - Basics of Estate Planning (Rick Myers, Jr, JD)

April 26 - Suicide & The Elderly (Kelsey Loushin, BA, LICDC-CS, CDP)

May 3 - Differentiating Dementias (Kelsey Loushin, BA, LICDC-CS, CDP)

May 10 - Legal and Financial Considerations for the Caregiver (Erin Eurenius, Esq., CPA)

May 17 - Aging with a Plan:  How a Little Thought Today Can Vastly Improve Your Tomorrow (Sharona Hoffman, JD, LLM, SJD)

12-1 pm via Zoom

Register for the Eldercare Series

Eldercare Consultation

As family members age, you may feel overwhelmed trying to balance your needs with the needs of your aging relatives. The elder care counselors can help you recognize when an older relative needs help, care for older relatives from a distance, talk to parents who may resist help, understand and locate housing options.

A comprehensive assessment of your elder care needs and concerns will be completed.

Referrals to community and nationwide services include:

  • Residential options
  • Home care
  • Geriatric assessments
  • Adult day care
  • Support groups 
  • Rehabilitative services
  • Hospice care
  • Legal issues
  • Alzheimer's care

Learn more about Impact Solutions to get started with an eldercare consultation.