There is a growing demand for Aging Life Care™ services due to the many complex issues and challenges facing individuals today as they age. The Chelsea Jewish Aging Life Care program helps seniors and their families explore the different types of support services before, during or after a crisis occurs. Our primary goal: to help elders live well while they age.
An Aging Life Care Professional acts as a guide, advocate and resource for families caring for older relatives. Also known as a geriatric care manager, an Aging Life Care Professional is a health and human service specialist who strives to create a special relationship with seniors and their families.
Aging Life Care Professionals at the Chelsea Jewish Lifecare are available to complete a thorough assessment of an older adult’s current level of functioning and examine his/her support systems and resources. Additionally, we can support the older adult and loved ones during all phases of decision-making. An added plus: we help navigate through the maze of local and state resources. Our Aging Life Care Professionals bring families together to discuss options, and most importantly, help our clients attain their maximum functional potential.
Chelsea Jewish Aging Life Care Professionals are all licensed clinical social workers who are members of the Aging Life Care Association. We have extensive knowledge about resources within our community as well as the quality and costs of such services.
An Aging Life Care Professional will listen to the concerns of seniors and their families, visit the home, evaluate needs and recommend options. Alternate care options are explored and decisions are made regarding the need for placement or changes in the home environment.
At Chelsea Jewish Aging Life Care, our services include:
DISCLOSURE: Aging Life Care Professional™ is a trademark of the Aging Life Care Association. It is an indication of membership in ALCA and only ALCA Members are authorized to use this term.
Chelsea Jewish Aging Life Care
240 Lynnfield St.
Peabody, MA 01960
Janice E. Glick, LICSW, C-ASWCM Aging Life Care Professional
Janice has held the role of Director of Social Work Services/Case Management at the Brudnick Center for Living for the past 17 years. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and her Master of Social Work degree from Simmons College. Janice also has a specialized certificate as an Advanced Social Work Case Manager. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Massachusetts and a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Aging Life Care Association (formerly the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers).
In her 25 years of experience, Janice gained insight into the inner workings of various hospital settings, outpatient mental health clinics, and skilled nursing facilities. Her experience in case management and geriatric psychiatry expanded her expertise to include the collaboration of care and helping families to navigate the difficult healthcare maze. Janice’s strong skill set and desire to help others led her to develop a Geriatric Care Management division (now Aging Life Care) within the Brudnick Center for Living. Additionally, Janice is an Adjunct Professor at Salem State University and serves as a field instructor for social work interns who are attending graduate schools of social work in the Boston area.Leslie C. Hazlett, LICSW, C-ASWCM Aging Life Care Professional
Leslie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University and her Master of Social Work degree from Boston University. She completed post-graduate work in Case Management from Boston University and has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Massachusetts since 1993. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Aging Life Care Association (formerly the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers).
For the past 24 years, Leslie has worked with older adults and their families in the community and health care settings. She was also the founder of a private Geriatric Care Management business in Marblehead, MA for 10 years. Leslie was instrumental in the development of the Aging Life Care Department within the Chelsea Jewish organization. She specializes in providing client evaluations, individual and family counseling, referrals to community resources, and coordinating discharge planning services. Additionally, Leslie serves as a Field Education Specialist and an Adjunct Professor at The School of Social Work at Salem State University.