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  • Communicate with doctors
  • Promote independence
  • Suggest care options
  • Assess memory & well being
  • Prepare necessary documents
  • Create a plan

 

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Elder care Tips

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Insights on Aging

Learn about the aging process and how to make the journey your own

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Staying Independent

Take charge of your life in order to preserve your physical abilities

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Memory Loss (Dementia)

Is it Alzheimer's or the normal forgetfulness of aging?

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Tips and Tools for Families

Gain insights about changing roles and your place in the aging family

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Important Documents

Create the official papers needed to be sure your wishes are followed

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For Those Supporting older adults

Elder care resources on the San Francisco Peninsula tailored just for you

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How We Can Help You

Whether you care for an aging loved one or are an older adult yourself, at Clark Consulting & Associates, LLC we promote safety and security, dignity and independence. Aging is a multi-faceted process. To support you, we offer our expertise in the 8 categories outlined by the Aging Life Care Association.

Strategies for better aging

Planning to "retire" from driving

Planning to “retire” from driving

Did you know that we usually outlive our ability to drive safely by six to ten years? As we age, we naturally modify how we drive to address physical changes: Stiff joints, poor vision, slow reflexes. But a time will come when it’s simply unwise to continue behind the wheel.

Age-friendly exteriors

Age-friendly exteriors

When imagining an age-friendly house, many people think of ramps for wheelchairs and walkers. Indeed, ramps are essential—if and when…

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