Joyce Sjoberg - Aging Life Care Management
Aging Advisors - Aging Life Care Management

Joyce Sjoberg founded Aging Advisors in 2010 when she identified a need for a full service Aging Life Care Management Service in the Portland and Vancouver metropolitan area. She is licensed and trained as a nurse and is a  Nationally Certified Care Manager. Joyce brings over three decades of experience in caring for disabled adults and older adults and their families.  She has in-depth experience working and consulting with clients who are experiencing some form of Dementia.

Joyce attended nursing school at Oregon Health Sciences University where she received her Bachelors Degree in Science and received their Dean’s Award. She then completed her Masters Degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences Degree from Bastyr University.

Joyce is a recent author of a chapter in Eldercare 101, a book for adult children who need information on managing their own health and wellness and those in their families.  Joyce organized the local professional group of Aging Life Care Managers and recently hosted this professional organization’s Regional Conference in November of 2015. She has volunteered in her daughter’s school, other non-profit organizations and most recently at Sage Resources as a facilitator for community outreach.

About Aging Advisors

We are a full service aging life care management service in the Portland tri-county and Vancouver, Washington area. Our approach is collaborative and our primary goal is to reduce family stress. We value input from the individual client, all family members, healthcare providers and key caregivers.

Our services include the following:
•  Professional Care Management
•  Family Care
•  In Home Assessments
•  Elder Care Services – Care at Home
•  Transportation to and from Medical Services
•  Use of Technology in Older Adult’s Home
•  Locating and connecting clients and families with resources in the community, such as caregivers
•  Assessment for Purpose of Transfer to Assisted Living Facility (State of Washington)

For families that want to provide care management for their loved one, a local group of aging life care managers, and other professionals wrote a how-to book.  It can be read from cover to cover or only the chapters that are most of concern to your family member or friend at this time. For more information, please visit: