Elder care is a team effort! If you're caring for aging loved ones, you can sometimes feel isolated. However, there are programs and services to draw on for support, information, and to learn from others who have been through the same experiences. By the same token, one of the best things you can do for your own family and future caregivers is to make careful and thorough long‑term financial and practical plans. Loli Ramezani talks with Derenda King about the many resources that are available to support elder care, as well as questions for you to anticipate in making long-term future plans.

About Our Guest

Loli Ramezani is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and a speaker with Alzheimer’s Los Angeles, educating community groups about how to care for people with Alzheimer’s Disease. She founded and facilitates a monthly support group for families of people living with any form of dementia. For ten years, she ran a successful business providing full-service elder care and helping senior adults find independent or assisted living communities, and she continues to be active in educating people about questions concerning elder care as well as dementia. Loli is a long-time resident of Manhattan Beach and serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and held leadership and executive roles in the data communications industry for more than 20 years before changing careers to focus on elder care. Loli is a proud mother of two grown daughters.