So glad you're here!
Building Senior LifeCare Consultants, LLC has been a labor of love for Rachel. In 2017 Innovative Lifestyle Care was created with a vision for Seniors (and their caregivers) to age in place with the support of a Geriatric Care Manager. The knowledge and experience we have gained over the past five years (especially during 2020 and 2021) coaching, advocacy and concierge care management are what our clients need. On October, 1, 2021, we changed our name and logo to reflect this vision.
We are so glad you are here, and we look forward to meeting you. Welcome to Senior LifeCare Consultants.
As a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA) and Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP), Senior LifeCare Consultants is built upon Rachel's experience and passion for the senior community and their family.
Rachel believes in quality care, a gentle touch and safe environment are keys to aging in place and beyond. Rachel's connections with professionals throughout the Greater Cincinnati area make her the "go-to" LifeCare Manager for her clients. If making a move is in your future, Rachel will work with you and your loved one to transition from home to their next step.
Rachel is a mother of two boys (a freshman at University of Cincinnati and a Junior at Sycamore High School), active in their lives and extended community. Rachel serves as the Vice President of Development for the Wyoming School Foundation, on the board of the Giving Voice Foundation, the Education Committee for her Temple and as a member of the 55 North Marketing and Communications committee. Additionally, Rachel is a member of The Association for Professionals in Aging, Eldercare Connections Network, Cin-Day Seniors and Aging Life Care Association.
Rachel has given several workshops on subjects such as traveling abroad with seniors, bullying and Jewish education for local companies. Rachel is proud of her "Ted"talk, The Ladies in the Laundry Room. This talk was based on her experience working in nursing homes and assisted living. Rachel touches on the importance of understanding your team member, how to meet them where they are and why "The Ladies in the Laundry Room" are the fabric of any community.
In May, 2018 Rachel was nominated by one of her clients as a "Woman of Cincy". Click here to read about Rachel.*
*After leaving Queen City Homecare, Rachel re-launched her company, previously Innovative Lifestyle Care.