Helping You Give Your Loved Ones the Care They Need

Family caregivers know this: being a caregiver for a senior or an adult with a disability is often overwhelming – especially when combined with the responsibilities of working fulltime and raising  children.

As Geriatric Care Managers for individual seniors in Alexandria, Fairfax County and Northern Virginia, we bring knowledge, expertise and solutions to each caregiving challenge.  Specializing in managing care for seniors, Senior Care Management Services is committed to guiding caregiving families through the caregiving process, and helping seniors maintain their independence and highest level of functioning.

If you would like more information, or if you are a caregiver needing additional guidance and support of a professional, call us at 703-329-0900, or follow this link.  We look forward to helping you with these challenges.


Aging Life Care Management

We can help you put together a plan of care, and then implement that plan for your loved one. We can coordinate your loved one’s care and work with you, local or long distance, to keep your loved one safe. 


Sometimes all you need is a consultation to help you figure out what care options you have for your loved one. A consultation can get you headed in the right direction.

Transitions of Care

When your loved one is being discharged from the hospital or  a rehab stay, and they need to follow-up with physicians, out-patient therapy, or any number of providers. We can help with that.  

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