Welcome Wisdom

Strategies for Caring from a Distance (Part 2)

February 2, 2024 — by Felicia Juntunen, MA, CMC, Director of Care Management Last month we introduced the topic of long-distance caregiving and explored how to effectively help a loved one deal with the challenges of aging from afar. We examined the necessity of communication and planning and discussed essential tasks families can undertake to help organize care. This month,... Read More

Planning, Preparing, & Procuring… successful aging takes some effort! 

October 20, 2021 — by Gail Arno, CMC, ECM Director of Care Management Each day, our Care Managers meet our senior clients who are in the midst of their own crisis. Often, the issues we tackle are mild and manageable. Sometimes, however, the situation is serious and life-altering. As Care Managers, we accept these challenges and are honored to be able to step in to educate, support,... Read More

Coming out of the fog yet still respecting the caution of our times

June 8, 2020 — by Gail Arno, CMC – ECM Director of Care Management Human beings, young and old are social creatures. Our connections to and with others enable us to survive and to thrive. During this unusual time, we are all faced with social isolation and unintended loneliness. As a result, we are potentially at a higher risk for physical... Read More

In times like these…we can be the helpers

April 8, 2020 — by Gail Arno, CMC – ECM Director of Care Management During these challenging and ever-changing times, we want you to know that Elder Care Management continues to serve our clients, support our team, and to take on new responsibilities daily. Our dedicated staff members are continuing to provide care to our clients in their own homes,... Read More

The Messenger

April 1, 2019 — by Ginger McMurchie, ECMNCA Owner & Care Manager Many of us believe that we have important thoughts and ideas to share with the world. We offer advice and guidance to our spouse and children, we interact with co-workers and we have lengthy and often meaningful conversations with our family and friends. With all the words... Read More