About South Jersey Geriatric Care
Established in 2000, our goal at South Jersey Geriatric Care, PC is to help our elderly clients maintain their independence and support their families by reducing the stress of care giving.
Our Geriatric Care Managers will help you care for yourself, and your loved ones, by providing respectful, individual attention and resource management to give you peace of mind.
We provide licensed professional counseling services for the elderly and their family members to address:
Changing family roles.
Effective care giving.
Depression, stress, and anxiety.
Illness and loss of independence.
Grief and bereavement.
Lori A. Heberley, LPC, CMC
Lori is a licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Care Manager, Certified (CMC). She is an Advanced Professional Member of the Aging Life Care Association and a member of the American Counseling Association. She graduated with honors from The George Washington University where she received her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling.
She created South Jersey Geriatric Care, P.C. to provide clients with respect, safety, and enlightenment as they experience the aging process.
Lori serves on the Advisory Board of The Richard Stockton Center for Successful Aging. She is the Director of the South Jersey Senior Networking Group. She is also an active member of The National Association of Geriatric Care Managers.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Lori has been caring for Delaware Valley’s geriatric population since 1995.
The Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA)
Recognizing that individual and population aging presents both opportunities and perils, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, now Stockton University, initiated a community program to address the needs of seniors. The Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA) was founded in 2007 to “nurture body, mind, and spirit through research, education, and service.”
As a Stockton alumni and active participant in caring for the needs of the elderly, Lori Heberley was one of the founding Board members and has continued to serve.
The Center’s core mission is to encourage residents to “age successfully” through vital involvements and engagement in their community.
To learn more, go to: Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA)