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A Welcome From Our Leadership

I’m so glad you stopped by to learn more about how Providence Solutions can help your family. If you’re like most people we work with, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed. We’re here to tell you that you’re not alone. So many people never expect to need someone to help manage the care of their parents. 

If you’ve never heard of a Geriatric Care Manager, you’re not alone in that either; there aren’t too many of us out there! I can explain it in a nutshell this way: A Care Manager is usually a licensed nurse or social worker who specializes in older adults, and who can help you identify needs and resources for your specific situation. I’ve personally worked with seniors for 30 years in various clinical capacities, including as a Registered Nurse and as a Certified Dementia Practitioner. I have made connections with providers all over the area, and I can help you find the right services for the people you love.

So whether you need help with a live-in parent, or you are trying to manage care from a long distance, let us help ease your load. Providence Solutions is committed to compassionately and expertly helping you navigate the complicated world of senior services.

We're Here to Help!

Terri Maxeiner, RN, BSN, CDP, CECM
Vice President, Providence Solutions

 

Terri Maxeiner, Vice President of Providence Solutions

Providence Solutions Vice President

Terri Maxeiner, RN, BSN, CDP, CECM

Terri has a wealth of experience with aging issues, having served in the geriatric nursing field for over 35 years, specializing in care coordination and education for the older adult. She is a familiar face at Providence, having been a part of the Providence family for 13 years as a clinical supervisor and nurse liaison with Providence at Home, as well as working as a nurse educator in our Education and Research Department.

Terri maintains an active membership with the National Association of Geriatric Care Nurses, National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners, and is a professional member of the Aging Life Care Association. In addition to her degrees in nursing and memberships on various boards, she is also a Certified Elder Care Manager, a Certified Dementia Practitioner, and a Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer.