Aging Life Professional Affiliate Program
Aging Life Network® was developed to offer families an easy and affordable way to connect with live Life Care Professionals, as well as to receive accurate content provided by senior care experts.
Most families are struggling to manage all aspects of an aging loved one’s life. Many want to do it themselves, some would hire a professional but can’t afford to, and some simply do not know about the growing professional practice of Life Care Management. Our goal is to offer them someone to talk to when guidance is needed.
If you have the depth of experience, knowledge and compassion we are seeking in the multi-disciplinary world of aging, and would enjoy the satisfaction of knowing your advice and guidance will make a significant difference to families and those they love, I would love to talk with you.
I am putting together a growing network of Life Care Professionals to work with individuals and families who may be in crisis or simply need help creating a plan of action. The work may at times require a consultation with specific advice or it may present more as a coaching session. Often, it’s a bit of both.
Our team is made up of professional care managers, social workers and nurses who have been working with families in a variety of settings. Preferably your knowledge base addresses bio-psycho-social challenges, as well as an understanding of legal, financial, housing and health care systems.
Our service is private pay and you would be compensated for your work with these families. All one-on-one work occurs either through video conferencing or phone calls. Our systems are HIPAA compliant.
Too busy sometimes? Do as little or as much as you want or are able.
Complete the information below if you are interested and we will get a Team Packet out to you.
Nancy Oriola, LCSW, CMC, NMG, CFP
Founder + CEO, Aging Life Network, LLC
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