Caring for an aging adult can be challenging for all involved. Memory loss, changes in behavior or the increasing physical needs of the older adult can affect the entire family.

Care, compassion, education and understanding are all critical, but when a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, it can be extremely difficult for those involved to cope with the overwhelming emotions.

At Aging Interventions, we’ve created a process we call Total Family Care™. It’s designed to help offer support not only for the older adult, but also for family, friends and the medical and professional providers involved.

By communicating with all of the parties involved, we are able to provide optimum support for older adults, their families and the entire care team. Total Family Care™ doesn’t need to be a one-time occurrence. Dr. Brink and the Aging Interventions team are available for support on an on-going basis, whenever someone in the extended family or care team is in need.

If you would like to learn more about how Total Family Care™ can help, click here for more information.

“Dr. Brink has been an invaluable help. As a conservator, I don’t know what I would do without her. If you live remotely from a loved one, Dr. Brink is the one you need.”

Rick Kagawa MSFS, CFP™, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF


Capital Resources and Insurance, Inc.

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