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"How am I going to pay for what my father needs? "


"I can't do it all myself anymore... there has to be an easier way. Who can help me figure it out?"

"My sister needs 24 hour supervision. The only choices we have are for her to live with us or in a nursing home. She says she would rather die then live in a nursing home, she and I just do not get along when we live together."

Many people face major concerns about aging loved ones.

Situations like these are difficult for families.


Elder Life Management, Inc. was established by Judith S. Parnes in 1987 to assist elderly individuals, families and others in the community with issues of elder care management and planning. Our emphasis is on the prevention of crisis situations in our clients' lives.

Experienced professionals in the field of gerontology offer education and consultation to those directly involved in the provision of care, and/or having decision making capacity. Elder Life Management, Inc. is a private, non-profit, agency dedicated to the preservation of dignity throughout life by assuring the highest level of physical and emotional independence possible for each client. Our interventions are based on a comprehensive assessment of the older adults' needs and the development of a quality care plan.

Why Elder Life Management?

Elder Life Management has been providing expert consultation, resources, and advocacy to elderly individuals, families and others in the community since 1987. Our care managers are experts at creative problem-solving and possess a wealth of experience that equips them to advocate for your loved one's well being. The peace of mind that comes with knowing that your loved one is receiving quality care is particularly invaluable when you are unable to be there.

Elder Life Management is a member of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers. This organization is comprised of practitioners whose goal is the advancement of dignified care for older adults and their families. The association is committed to maximizing the independence and autonomy of older adults while striving to insure that they receive the highest quality and most cost-effective health and human services.

Paying for Services:

We will be glad to review our rates with you before services begin.
We strive to help clients receive services that are within their financial
means, and to provide service options that are to the client's best advantage.

Let us be a part of your family's Elder Life . . .

For further information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation, please call us at 732-493-8080.