Counseling and therapy
Don't suffer through the four stages of dementia alone.
Because you don't have to do it alone
Dementia and other chronic illnesses affect the whole family. ElderHealth provides a way to enable a personal path to find meaning in the disease and later stages of life for both the caregivers and loved ones.
Access to guidance and resources
Many older adults miss valuable opportunities to obtain resources that can support them and their families. ElderHealth guides long-term care insurance and assists with appropriate documents for claims.
Talk to a licensed clinical social worker
Laura Aylmer, LCSW provides expert tips to access much-deserved VA benefits and Medicaid. She also provides counseling for caregiver-related depression, stress, and anxiety, which is necessary for those who feel alone caring for their chronically ill loved ones. Caregivers who seek help, guidance, and coping skills ultimately make a huge difference in their lives.
Manage family discord and disagreements
Family arguments about caring for a loved one commonly arise with dementia-related care. Not to worry, we have got you covered. You’re not alone anymore. Now, we’re here to support you so you can be the empowered advocate you always were and wanted to be.