As President of Barlowe & Associates, Liz Barlowe brings more than 35 years of experience in the aging and disability fields. She provides direct Aging Life Care™ management services, adhering to the profession’s Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. At a young age, Liz recognized her connection with older adults and utilized her talents to promote their safety and wellbeing. She is a native of Pinellas County, Florida, and has spent her career improving the lives of seniors and supporting their families in her community.

Liz has provided aging life care management services for more than 20 years. Prior to owning her own aging life care company, Liz was the founding administrator of a private duty, state licensed homecare company and served as Executive Director of an assisted living facility designed for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. She has additional experience in managing a traditional assisted living facility, mental health and non-profit senior service agencies.

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Liz was the 2020 President of the Aging Life Care Association™ (ALCA) Board of Directors (formerly the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers). She holds the Fellow designation from ALCA which is awarded to members who have demonstrated themselves as advanced practitioners and experts in the field of Aging Life Care™ management. She is a past president of the association’s Florida chapter. Liz received the 2009 Outstanding Florida Chapter Member award. Because of her expertise in the field, she was asked to revise and update the “Preparing for Emergencies” chapter of the Handbook of Geriatric Care Management, third and fourth editions from Jones & Bartlett Publishers.

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As President of Barlowe and Associates, Liz assists Aging Life Care™ management clients to live the fullest life possible by providing guidance, advocacy and resources. Liz received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Western Carolina University and her master’s degree in gerontology from the University of South Florida. She is certified to provide care management from the National Academy of Certified Care Managers. In addition to her professional roles, Liz is a volunteer member of the Season’s Hospice Local Governing Body.


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Liz has been an instrumental partner in 8 years of long-distance caregiving for my mother. She has seen us through multiple living situations — independent living in mom’s long-time house, assisted living, rehab hospital, skilled nursing — and has always been there to support my mother and her needs. I’ve relied on her sound advice in so many different situations and can’t imagine how my mother would have been able to stay in Florida as she wanted without Liz.

Robyn
Austin, TX