We offer you expert guidance and options to resolve your aggravating aging parent stress now. We’re seasoned guides. We help you master problems about caregiving responsibility, financial worries, resistance from stubborn elders and family conflicts. We have expertise in legal, healthcare and mental wellness problems. Whether you’re facing Alzheimer’s, dementia, a difficult parent or too much stress, we are here to help you find relief.

Caregiving can be one of life’s most difficult challenges. It can also be dangerous to your own health. It can threaten your relationships. We offer you the fastest, most practical, most efficient solutions you can find with our unique combination of nursing, law and psychology in one place. We give you one on one personal attention. We can meet with you face-to-face in our office, by telephone, or by Internet video meetings.



Carolyn Rosenblatt and Dr. Davis were a tremendous help to me with a stressful aging parent and sibling conflict situation. My sister and I very much appreciated their advice and guidance during a difficult time with a highly complex family problem. We recommend them highly. Can't say a big enough thank you to them!
Deborah, Texas

“The Family Guide to Aging Parents is a must have for families who are currently or who will be taking care of an aging relative & so that means everyone! Carolyn combines her nursing and legal background to clearly and concisely lay out a financial/legal/health plan that serves the best interest of seniors and their families. She advocates for family discussions early on which I believe is the backbone of any aging journey. I highly recommend this book. ---Stephanie Erickson, Family Caregiving Expert and Radio Host

"The Family Guide to Aging Parents is a helpful and practical resource for family caregivers and professionals. Written by an experienced geriatric nurse and elder-law attorney, it offers useful health care and legal information and I recommend it for students, professionals and the many families grappling with these challenging issues. "
-- Gary Small, M.D., Author, Professor of Psychiatry and Aging, Director of the Longevity Center at UCLA