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Because Aging with Dignity should Not Be Optional

We offer family support for elderly parents through consulting services using years of experience and expertise. Our primary focus is on health, safety and happiness. We work with your whole family. It all starts with a free 31-minute conversation discussing your observations and concerns. Click on the link below to schedule Your No Cost 31-Minute

Creating Peace

Our mission is to support and advocate for families who care for an elderly loved one, spouse, or parent. We provide consulting services which help families live with more comfort and peace of mind by minimizing the risks, problems and struggles associated with caring for their senior parents.

“There are only four kinds of people in the world –
Those who have been caregivers,
Those who are currently caregivers,
Those who will be caregivers, and
Those who will need a caregiver.” – Rosalyn Carter

Signs your loved one may need help:

  • Falling more often or taking more effort to walk, stand, and move
  • Forgetting information, he/she used to know or find the right words
  • Having difficulty managing finances or poor decision making
  • Unable to care for his/her home (cleaning, maintenance, hoarding)
  • Staying more to himself/herself – isolation

What To Expect When Aging?

Aging is complex and it affects everyone differently. Seniors can experience changes physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, sexually, and socially. Unfortunately, many of these changes come about gradually. It becomes more apparent when his/her abilities hinder safety and independence.

  • Increase in blood pressure
  • Risks for falling and breaking bones
  • Constipation
  • Susceptible to bladder and urinary tract infections
  • Vision
    • Is more difficult to see close up
    • More sensitive to glare
    • Lose peripheral vision
    • Require more lighting
  • Hearing – more difficult to hear in noisy environments

Aging: What to expect – Mayo Clinic

  • The aging brain understands and thinks at a slower rate
  • Do better focusing on one thing at a time
  • Short-term memory declines; long-term memory declines less
  • Wisdom and creativity remain constant

Older Adults’ Health and Age-Related Changes (

  • Denial
  • Guilt
  • Loneliness
  • Sense of helplessness
  • Paranoid
  • Stubbornness
  • Selective Memory
  • Regression
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief

Emotional Changes Among Older Person – PORTAL MyHEALTH

  • Spirituality is individual and becomes more important with age
  • It is not always about religion
  • It is about a deep connection to a higher power, force, or belief

Spirituality and Aging | A Guide on Faith, Meaning, & Connection (

  • Sexual needs and abilities may change due to age, medication, and illness
  • Males and females are both affected
  • Despite these changes, there remains a desire to experience touch, sex, and connection

Aging: What to expect – Mayo Clinic

  • Seek a smaller social circle, especially to include family
  • Desire positive interactions
  • When negative outcomes occur with socialization, isolation can occur.

Social and Emotional Aging (


Ms. Fye is an experienced professional with a high degree of integrity and emotional intelligence. Her knowledge of and passion for the industry are clearly evident. Her smile and energy level are contagious. Ms. Fye brings professionalism, dedication, and a passion for her customers.~ Cynthia

Ms. Fye is a leader grounded in her genuine concern, compassion, and dedication to the health, wellness, and quality of life of her customers. I personally experienced her compassionate care in dealing with affected seniors and their families during the difficult time of COVID. I have observed Ms. Fye to be a consummate professional, a caring and genuine leader, and an experienced manager in her field. She will bring energy, enthusiasm, strong interpersonal collaboration, and solid expertise.~ Margaret

Compassionate, insightful, and resourceful. A willing ‘ear;’ who always finds a solution with your best interests at heart.~ Debra

All we can say is we are so glad we found Aging Family Partners. Our mother had to go to a skilled nursing facility, and we had no idea where to start or what to do. Through numerous phone calls and texts Tamara helped us navigate the skilled nursing facility policies and procedures. She helped us to understand what we should expect, and who to contact with our questions and concerns from general care to therapy to medications. Now we feel comfortable that mom is receiving the care she needs in order to come home. We are so thankful for her knowledge and patience – no matter how many times we contacted her with our many questions and concerns.~ The Carolyn C. Family – Apache Junction, AZ

Our Services

We are here to advocate, support, and guide families of Seniors to allow them to enjoy being a family member, not a caregiver.

Beside You Every Step

1:1 Compassionate Consulting

Providing Insight & Education

Use our 35 years of experience and knowledge to work for you.


Ensuring your loved one, as well as you, receive the care and respect you all deserve.

Professional & Community Resources

Connecting you directly with vetted professional providers so you can concentrate on other responsibilities.

Keeping Your Loved One Safe

Educating you on the dangers and potential risks to your loved one, in order to minimize falls and injuries.

Senior Living Facility Or Staying Home?

Pros & Cons of your loved one remaining at home with help verses moving to a senior living facility with care.

Financial Resources

Appropriately utilizing your loved one’s medical insurance, long-term care insurance and the aid in attendance benefit for veterans.

Dedicated & Trusted Partnership

Unbiased, professional advice and solutions that are based on what is best for your family.