Think of us as "WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING TO GROW OLDER, OR YOUR PARENTS ALREADY DID." We help you to develop reliable, appropriate plans for older adults and those with disabilities. Our specialty is people with Alzheimer's Disease, Frontotemporal Dementia, Younger Onset Dementia, other related dementias, TBI, Down Syndrome, and their caregivers.

Our CEO, Jodi Lyons, is the author of the award-winning book, The Smart Person’s Guide to Eldercare, and a former  Board Member of the Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area She is a co-author of Brain Health  As You Age: A Practical Guide To Maintenance and Prevention.

Jodi is an eldercare consultant who helps older adults and those with special needs find the care they need throughout the country. An ardent patient advocate, Jodi founded SeniorSherpa, a web-based care management system, to help people navigate the complicated, often convoluted healthcare and payment systems, to identify what services they need, and to create an action plan to meet those needs.

With more than 20 years’ experience in the healthcare arena, Jodi has been a leader in national organizations representing medical, healthcare, and long-term care service providers. She is a graduate of Brandeis University in Waltham, MA and a former President of the Washington DC area alumni association. She is an Alzheimer’s Association Ambassador to Capitol Hill, a founding board member of the Patient Experience Council of the Sullivan Institute/WEDI, and a contributor and industry advisor to
Telemedicine Magazine.

Jodi wrote the award-winning
The Smart Person’s Guide to Eldercare to empower and educate consumers, to make sense of a complex system, and to highlight some of the humor that can be found even in the most challenging times as we grow older.

protecting the caregiver
Minimizing your risks and stress  along the way

EXPERT guidance,
ANALYSIS, and advice to meet your care needs



What We Do


It shouldn't be so hard to find care for your parents, spouse, or other loved ones. 

We guide you through the decisionmaking process so that you can clearly define your needs, balance that against your resources, find the care you need, and evaluate its quality -- and ensure that it is a good fit for your family.

Crafting a plan that meets your needs