We help you help aging relatives to:

Find trustworthy service providers


Determine the best overall care strategy 


Locate free, low-cost community resources


Must A Parent With Dementia Be Consulted On Caregiving Issues?

My mother, age 83, has dementia. Sometimes she’s incredibly lucid and we can have cohesive conversations. But five minutes later she may not recall them at all. I have three siblings all of whom live nearby and we are all are spending extra time with mom. However, we’re reaching the point where she requires some assistance and supervision in her home over and beyond what the four of us can offer. We agree on that. But how to proceed with her care is another matter.

My brother wants to go ahead and engage the necessary services and health care aids without taking the time to consult our mother. I disagree and feel strongly that she should be part of the decision making, even though her judgement might be impaired. Does it matter which way we get going or am I just creating more work for us? Maria G., Miami, FL.

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Nancy turned a very chaotic and stressful situation into one where both my brother and I could relax, knowing that my mother was being properly cared for. Without her support, we would never have been able to organize the integrative care my mom so urgently needed. Thank you Seniority Matters!

Ricky F.

Berkeley, CA

Seniority Matters was a great resource when I needed to find home healthcare for my mother after a fall. For people like me who live far from aging parents, Seniority Matters is like having a family friend to count on!

Howard S.

Project Director New York City

'Nancy is like a best friend, mentor and professional consultant who addresses the concerns of an elderly parent and tactfully cares for the needs of the family as well. I could not recommend her higher or feel better about having her in our lives at this complex and poignant time

Jan S.

Los Angeles, CA


About Seniority Matters:

How We Help Family Caregivers

Whether your parents need companion care, help with tasks such as bill paying, meal preparation or transportation solutions, the experienced professionals at Seniority Matters can assist you in making smart decisions. 

Since our launch in 2009, Seniority Matters has become South Florida’s most respected and innovative resource for family caregivers seeking unbiased advice and trustworthy service providers for their aging parents.

With our deep knowledge of South Florida and dedication to finding personalized solutions for each situation, we have developed a strong word-of-mouth reputation as the "go-to" resource for caregiving solutions.

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