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Aging Wisely April 2011 Care Manager Certifications - Aging Wisely

Local Company News: Aging Wisely, LLC

Clearwater, Fla. (April 28. 2011) – Aging Wisely, LLC, a Tampa Bay care management and patient advocacy firm, is pleased to announce that several of its Care Managers have recently achieved national certifications.

Karuna Reiff, LCSW, CMC has achieved the CMC (Care Manager Certified) designation. In order to achieve this certification, provided by the National Academy of Certified Care Managers, care managers must meet educational and experiential qualifications and then pass a certification examination. The Academy seeks to assure “individual competence to perform the full range of care management tasks through a validated, standardized examination that tests the skills, knowledge, and practice ethics needed to serve consumers”. For more information on this certification, visit

Care managers Juliet Lewis, CMC, CCM and Julie Scott, CMC, CCM recently passed the examination and completed the requirements to hold the CCM (Certified Case Management) designation. According to the Commission for Case Management Certification, “Case managers who have earned the Certified Case Manager (CCM) credential have the expertise, knowledge, and professional experience to provide the right services to patients with serious or complex medical conditions, and/or catastrophic injuries and illnesses”. For more information, visit

“We believe in bringing the highest quality expertise to clients and families dealing with eldercare and health issues,” says Linda Chamberlain, President and Founder of Aging Wisely. “Our team covers a broad range of specialties and we fully support continued education to ensure we can serve clients’ diverse needs. Seeking professional certifications in our fields demonstrates our commitment to the highest level of professional standards and expertise.”

About Aging Wisely: Founded in 1998, Aging Wisely, LLC is a professional care management and consultation company, serving families faced with illness, disability and caregiving concerns. Aging Wisely provides consulting services, assessments, recommendations, advocacy and care coordination for clients in Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough counties and for families throughout the nation. Additionally, Aging Wisely is often called upon by organizations and publications as an expert resource on eldercare issues and aging. In 2009, Aging Wisely was recognized as a finalist in the Tampa Bay.

Media Contact:
Shannon Martin

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