FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dec. 17, 2013
For more information,
Contact: Jennifer Lawson
Carolyn Pointer Neil, president and CEO of Elder Advocates and partner in The Center for Memory Management, has completed an advanced training course through Johns Hopkins University. Neil earned a 100 percent grade in the five-week course, “Care of Elders with Alzheimer’s Disease and other Major Neurocognitive Disorders.”
Neil’s career has been dedicated to improving the lives and health of seniors. For nearly 30 years she has worked in nursing home/assisted living settings and home health care. Neil founded Elder Advocates to guide senior citizens and their caregivers through the complex health care and support service system.
When the Geriatric Assessment Program closed last spring, she collaborated with Psychiatric Concepts to establish The Center for Memory Management. The center offers case management and evaluation for those who have Alzheimer’s disease or other memory loss conditions.
For more information, visit, www.yourelderadvocates.com
About Elder Advocates
Elder Advocates is a team of medically trained and certified experts with extensive experience in the field of elder care. The team is committed to helping families and caregivers determine the best course of action for the care of aging loved ones. The advocates help navigate the complicated health-care system and discover appropriate resources. Because of our vast experience in this field, we have contacts with many organizations and individuals available to assist the elderly.