Consulting about aging for corporations, professionals, & families

Who We Are


Jodi Lyons, CEO


Jodi Lyons

Ms. Lyons is an eldercare expert who helps older adults and those with special needs find the care they need throughout the country. An ardent patient advocate, Ms. Lyons helps people navigate the complicated, often convoluted system, identify what they need, and learn how to create an action plan. With more than twenty years’ experience in the nonprofit healthcare arena, she has been a leader in national and international organizations representing health-care and long-term care service providers. She is a graduate of Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, and a former president of the university's Washington DC area alumni association. She was on the Executive Committee of the Alzheimer's Association/National Capital Area and an Alzheimer’s Association Ambassador to Capitol Hill. Ms. Lyons is a writer for and industry advisor to Telemedicine Magazine. A co-author of the award-winning book Brain Health As You Age, she also wrote the award-winning book The Smart Person’s Guide to Eldercare to empower and educate consumers, to make sense of a complex system, and to highlight some of the humor that can be found even in the most challenging times as we grow older.


It Shouldn't Be So Hard To Find Care

We simplify the process and identify/ mitigate the issues that make finding good eldercare a challenge. We ensure that our clients:

*Get the right solution at the right time in the right way.

*Don’t have to leave their homes to find what they need

*Have access to the best medical, residential, and custodial care

*Have access to the newest research and clinical trials

*Have the tools to make informed decisions 


Corporate Consulting

Our mission is to teach attorneys, financial services professionals, corporations, government officials & others about issues facing older adults. Our programs create a better understanding of basic brain functions, identify normal aging versus delirium or dementing diseases, differentiate among various care options and their costs, and  assist professionals in creating legal and financial planning scenarios to address client needs in the context of cognitive decline. Think of this as “what you need to know in order to make a plan."