Posts Tagged ‘care management’

ALCA: The Hottest Career Trend of the Decade

  The Hottest Career Trend of the Decade: Aging Life Care™ ManagementJullie Gray, MSW, LICSW, CMC & Lisa Mayfield, MA LMHC, CMC, GMHS   One of the hottest career trends in the next decade isn’t found in the tech sector, it can’t be outsourced overseas or automated, and it offers endless possibilities for advancement and

Denise on The Stemwinder: This is a Rebirth

Author Interview: Part II   Denise discusses Irene, the centerpiece of The Stemwinder, establishing boundaries with clients, and how taking the leap to publish her story was a rebirth.         Irene’s story starts off with a near-fatal car accident. What was the initial prognosis after she came out of emergency surgery? DV: No one

Denise on The Stemwinder: It’s Still One Of The Best Kept Secrets

Author Interview: Part I Denise reflects on her debut memoir, The Stemwinder: Stories of a Faithful Care Manager. She discusses the writing process, why the general public still remains largely unaware of what care managers do, and the inspiration behind her work.       Going into this project did you know what you wanted

Stemwinder Review

Here’s the first official write-up from the non-fiction book reviewer world: SMS Nonfiction Book Reviews   The Stemwinder

Excerpt: Why A Book??

The Stemwinder: Stories of a Faithful Care Manager   Chapter 10: The Gentle Soul Why? Why a book? I’ve gone back, forth, and back again. Sat on the fence of indecision only to be stirred into motion by emotion. Screw it. Why not? I get to tell 3 wonderful stories about 3 wonderful people who

Excerpt: The Stemwinder: Stories of a Faithful Care Manager

Very excited to share an excerpt from my upcoming book, The Stemwinder: Stories of a Faithful Care Manager.   Chapter 2: Dark Swells Along this journey I’ve encountered situations where I unwittingly entered the orbit of some malevolence, like a moth navigating darkness that gets snagged in a hidden spider web. The occasions have been

“Elder Orphans”

The New York Times featured this article on reliable options for people who are single and childless—“Elder Orphans”—as they reach the phase of life where they need some level of monitored care. Some are forming surrogate networks of younger adults (friends, neighbors) who can keep an eye on health, unexpected emergencies and offering overall peace