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Health care manager named to state board

Lee Health Aging Life Care Manager Dawn Moore will help oversee the Florida chapter of the national Aging Life Care Association.

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FORT MYERS — Dawn Moore, a manager with Lee Health’s Aging Life Care program, has been named to the state board of directors of the Florida Chapter of Aging Life Care Association, which advances dignified care for aging adults and their families in the United States.

Moore has worked as an Aging Life Care manager through the Lee Health Senior Care CHOICES Program for 25 years, according to a statement, providing guidance and advocacy for families and professionals who are caring for older relatives. She assists with the challenges of aging such as finding an appropriate placement, in-home care, referrals to medical providers or elder law attorneys and advocacy and support that provides families peace of mind.

The program enables seniors to remain independent and in their home environment while experiencing the highest possible quality of life and providing peace of mind to adult children who live elsewhere. Managers with the program, through the ALCA, conduct and provide comprehensive assessments, design tailored care plans based on initial and ongoing evaluations, coordinate services defined in the care plan and evaluate service of third-party providers.



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