Who We Are
ElderCare Calls is a subsidary of ElderCare at Home and the Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center, a private geriatric care management firm and licensed nurse registry. Since inception, 11 years ago, ElderCare has established itself as the premier provider of at home assisted living services. Most of our clients are adult children that live at a distance from their loved one. They count on ElderCare to provide them with peace of mind, professional updates, guidance and support.
Elayne Forgie, CMC, is a professional geriatric care manager certified by the National Academy of Certified Geriatric Care Managers and was a founding Board Member of the Florida Geriatric Care Managers Association. She is the president and founder of the ElderCare Resource Center, ElderCare at Home and AlzheimersTraining.com.
She is presently serving on the Advocacy Advisory Board for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America and has been awarded their Excellence in Care Specialist designation. Elayne is a member of the Case Management Society of America and American Counseling Association.
She is the founder of Healthy Aging Enterprises and The ElderCare Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation that provides 24 hours of emergency respite care in the patient’s home.
Elayne has been recognized on local, state, and national levels as both a certified geriatric care manager and as president/owner of an Inc. 500 company. She has over 18 years of direct experience focusing on the needs of older adults, caregivers, and family members living with the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other cognitive impairments. She has an impeccable reputation for providing comprehensive care and services and has helped thousands of families across the United States.
Elayne is active in a number of local organizations including Executive Women of the Palm Beaches; Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Alzheimer’s Alliance and is presently working with other local leaders in the establishment of Dementia Specific Standards for service delivery to patients and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease.