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What if There Are Not Enough Care Workers to Help the Aging in Philadelphia?

What if There Are Not Enough Care Workers to Help the Aging in Philadelphia?

The future of aging care in Philadelphia faces a significant challenge: a rapidly aging population coupled with a workforce that is currently insufficient to meet escalating demands. This imbalance poses serious questions about the quality and availability of care for seniors. The changing landscape of the workforce in aging care is a crucial issue that needs addressing to ensure a sustainable, compassionate, and effective care system for our elderly.

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Guidance Beyond the Law: The Compassionate Elder Law Attorney

Guidance Beyond the Law: The Compassionate Elder Law Attorney

John Mitchell was more than just an elder law attorney; he was a confidant to families during their most vulnerable moments. He was known for his keen eye and compassionate nature. When the Anderson family approached him to draft end-of-life planning paperwork for their mother, Jane, who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, John noticed more than just legal needs.

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ALS Does Not Have to be a Socially Isolating Diagnosis

ALS Does Not Have to be a Socially Isolating Diagnosis

An ALS diagnosis doesn’t need to lead to social isolation.

ALS can be devastating, but that doesn’t have to mean a life of social isolation and loneliness. At Gray Care Management, we offer personalized care and support to help individuals with ALS remain engaged and included in various activities they previously enjoyed. Our care management team works closely with your medical team to create the best plan for your specific needs.

We understand that companionship can make all the difference. Let us help you remain connected to society even if your physical capabilities are changing.

Contact us today and learn how we are helping others live with ALS in a kind, supportive environment.

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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month: Work with a Professional Care Manager to Navigate Appropriate Care

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month: Work with a Professional Care Manager to Navigate Appropriate Care

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. It’s a time for everyone to remember the importance of brain health and to shed light on the debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s disease. For families with loved ones experiencing cognitive decline, these awareness initiatives hold significant meaning. Beyond raising awareness, families often work with care managers to manage and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. How is this possible?

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Heather Reilly, LCSW, CMC: Expansive Creativity in Problem-Solving Along with Deep Relationships in our Work to Enrich the Lives of Aging Persons and Their Families

Heather Reilly, LCSW, CMC: Expansive Creativity in Problem-Solving Along with Deep Relationships in our Work to Enrich the Lives of Aging Persons and Their Families

What is one thing you wished that families knew? “The importance of planning ahead! When you know who you can call during an emergency, or when you’re at a distance from your aging parent, your stress is greatly reduced and options for care are increased. We meet too many people when it’s late in the process and there was so much more that could have been done to enhance their loved one’s quality of life sooner and that is often disappointing. Reach out before you need us, find out what we do, and know the resource, so that you know about your options early.”

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