Aging Network Services
Aging Network Services is a nursing service specializing in elder care. Its services include family consultation, short and long-range planning, conflict resolution, living arrangements, caregiver stress, care management, in-home geriatric assessment, staffing, home, hospital and nursing home visits, family liaison, medical service coordination, as well as referrals to elder law attorneys, geriatric physicians, psychiatrists and psychotherapists. The company has been featured in such publications as Newsweek, the Washington Post and McCalls, as well as the Wall Street Journal Report, Issues and Insures, Real Life with Jane Pauley, All Things Considered on National Public Radio and NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. The company is led by director and licensed social worker Barbara Kane.
- Hours: By appointment
- Founding Date: 1982
- Licenses: Licensed Social Workers
- Accreditations/certifications: Registered Nurses
- Affiliations: Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis, National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers, National Association of Social Workers