What is our Senior Life Transition Program?
A coaching, advocacy, navigation, and support service available to persons aged 50 and over living in or near Saratoga County, NY, and facing serious illness or advancing health conditions. This programs seeks to apply the core principles of palliative care to seniors receiving a serious illness diagnosis, or whose lives are impacted by progressive disease. This may be cancer, heart disease, lung disease, kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or any other serious illness or potentially life threatening condition. The goal of the program is to foster independence, wellness, and personal growth in the midst of changing life circumstances. Assistance is provided to meet current needs, and to address planning for aging-in-place with serious illness.
Services provided through our Senior Life Transition Program:
How do I get started? Contact Phil Di Sorbo, MS, BCPA at (518) 584 - 1621 ext. 209 or email at email@example.com
Phil is a Board Certified Patient Advocate, a former Director of a Medicare Certified Hospice, and an experienced Manager of Palliative Care Programs.
Does this service have a cost? There are no set fees. There is a tiered schedule of suggested donations, which are reviewed at the time of entering program.
Senior Life Transitions supported by: Anonymous Friend, Christine Swann, Colley Asset Management, John and Chrissy Colley, Murray and Zuckerman, Bruce and Christene Thurston, David Solomon and David and Sandra Lee.