I believe that if people were educated about aging issues sooner in life, they would make smarter decisions about their health. Those that work in aging services have an obligation to assist people in becoming educated so that health and long-term care issues are not always approached in crisis mode.
Anthony is a former writer for Verywell Health covering aging and caregiving. As the president of The Aging Experience, he helps family caregivers thrive and individuals make educated aging decisions. A consultant and professional speaker, Anthony is a monthly contributor on The Charlotte Today program, an expert in Senior Care, an executive board member of CCAL, and a member of the Dementia Action Alliance. In his home community he participates in Huntersville CARES, a dementia friendly community initiative, and is a board member of the Lake Norman Family Health Clinic.
A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives with a Masters from the University of Pennsylvania, Anthony’s clients have ranged from the Cleveland Clinic, Unisys, and King Faisal Hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Carolinas Health Care, Novant Health, Wall Street startups and many more.
Anthony is the author of the book Who Moved My Dentures? He has also been cited in Case Studies in Niche Marketing and ProOrthopedics and Spine: Strategies for Superior Service Line Performance.
Anthony holds a Masters Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an undergraduate degree from Drexel University, both in Philadelphia, PA.
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