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Speaker Availability/Corporate Wellness Programs ~ Community Involvement

Aging Wisely has been featured in numerous publications and provides articles on subjects related to eldercare, disability and special needs concerns, Medicare and Medicaid, caregiving, and healthcare. To request information, an interview or an article submission, contact Shannon Martin, Director of Communications or call us at 727-447-5845.

Featured in:

Forbes, “Prepare for Elder Care

Forbes, “Sandwich Generation Survival Skills

The Maddux Report, March 2008, “Hands on Help”

Florida Banker Magazine, “Building a Team to Successfully Serve Your Aging Clients”
“Issues of Client Competency”
Trust Talk (FL Bankers Association newsletter), “Warning Sign for Elder Clients”
“Should Your Elderly Client be on the road?”

Tampa Bay Business Journal, “Caring for the aging population”

St. Petersburg Times, July 2004, “Help for Families of Dangerous Drivers”

970 WFLA, AM Tampa Bay with Jack Harris, Tedd Webb and Sharon Taylor, “Elderly Driver Concerns”

Quoted in: St. Petersburg Times, Seniority, 2005, “Hurricane Planning” by Sheila Reed
St. Petersburg Times, 11/25/05, “Elder Care Challenge: Who Will Handle the Financial Books?” by Helen Huntley

Clearwater Bar’s Res Ipsa Loquiter
Featured expert articles on topics such as Medicare, Disaster Preparedness and Eldercare Issues

St. Petersburg Bar Journal
Featured expert articles on eldercare issues and Medicare

City of Clearwater’s Aging Well Connections, “When Children Need Help Handling the Care of an Elderly Parent–What’s a Family to do?”

Press Releases

Aging Wisely Hiring to Support its Growing Care Management Team

Senior Driving Safety Course in Clearwater, Florida Presented by Local Eldercare Services Firms: Aging Wisely, Platinum Sponsor

Aging Wisely Nomination-Best of Web 2012 Awards-Best Senior Living Blogs

Aging Wisely Wins Patient Advocacy Award

Aging Wisely Moves to New Office: August 19, 2011

Aging Wisely April 2011 Care Manager Certifications

Julie Scott, Aging Wisely care manager, wins national healthcare award

New Medicare Assistance Available to Help Retirees

Speaker Availability/Corporate Wellness Programs:

Aging Wisely’s professionals are available to speak on a wide variety of topics including:

Eldercare for the Professional Serving Seniors

Making Your Business Senior Friendly: Sensitivity Training

Elder Care and You: Navigating the Care Giving Maze

Medicare A,B,Cs and Ds

Elder Exploitation

Fall Prevention

Resources for Caregivers

Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia: A Practical Workshop on Dealing with Difficult Behaviors

Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia Overview

Planning for Long-Term Care Needs

What is Geriatric Care Management?

Taking Control of Your Health Care

Aging in Place: Home Safety and In-Home Support Services

The Social and Emotional Issues of Retirement

Selecting an Assisted Living or Long-Term Care Facility

Aging Wisely offers corporate elder care programs, including lectures, information and one on one consultations, to enable your employees to better cope with caregiving and balance work and caregiving roles. Studies have shown increased productivity and reports of better health in workers that participated in corporate sponsored geriatric care management programs (February 2008, study conducted by National Alliance for Caregiving and Center for Productive Aging, Towson University).

Community Involvement

Aging Wisely believes in giving back to the community we serve. Employees take an active role in many community organizations and Aging Wisely is proud to sponsor and contribute to local charities and events. Some of the organizations we have supported through both monetary contributions and time and talent include:

Aging and Disability Resource Center Advisory Committee (Area Agency on Aging of Pinellas/Pasco, Inc.) (

Alzheimer’s Association, Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

Dunedin Committee on Aging

Florida Geriatric Care Managers Association and National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers Association (Employees involved in Leadership, Public Policy committee, PR committee, Chapter President’s Committee, Conference Committee and Editorial Board for national magazine)

Clearwater Free Clinic, Sponsor of Martinis and Matisse

Pinellas County Falls Prevention Coalition, cofounder

Leadership Pinellas

Morton Plant Mease Hospitals/Foundation

Better Living for Seniors of Pinellas

Elves for Elders, Hillsborough & Pinellas counties

Pinellas County Estate Planning Council

Tampa Bay Financial Planners Association

Stetson College of Law’s Special Needs Trust Program

Clearwater Bar Association

St. Petersburg Bar Association

The Florida Bar

Florida Banker’s Trust School

All Children’s Hospital Evening Guild

Aging Wisely sponsoring the St. Pete and Clearwater Bar joint Bench and Bar meeting

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