What other services do aging life care professionals™ provide?

AgingLifeCare_Member_Logo_TMWhile the majority of Aging Life Care clients are older adults, many also assist younger adults who face the challenges of disability or serious illness. Aging Life Care Professionals™ may help people who have:

  • Physical Disabilities
  • Developmental Disabilities, (e.g. Intellectual Disabilities, Down’s Syndrome, Autism, or Asperger’s Syndrome)
  • Brain Injury
  • Mental Health Problems

Chronic or Serious Illnesses of any type Aging Life Care Professionals™ can often help parents who are concerned about a young adult or middleaged adult child with disabilities. These life care professionals have experience and credentials to work with all ages. The life care professional conducts a comprehensive assessment and helps the family plan for the current and future needs of their adult child.

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Only ALCA Members are authorized to use this term to identify their services. AGING LIFE CARE PROFESSIONAL™ is a trademark of the Aging Life Care Association™. It is an indication of membership in ALCA, and only ALCA Members are authorized to use this term.