If an elder needs to know what is next in terms of aging well, Doris can design a roadmap to make that possible. As a geriatric consultant, she works with aging individuals and their families to understand their options and resources.
Growing older is not an option, but staying engaged is. As a feminist and geriatric psychologist, Doris empowers seniors, elders and women to lead purposeful and meaningful lives.
Doris Bersing speaks passionately about the intersection of feminism and ageism, as well as long term care options, to graduate students, providers, and caregivers. Her presentations are knowledgeable, charismatic and powerful.
“I am passionate about empowering people, including elders, to find the choices that will allow them to age the best way they can.” — Doris Bersing
No matter how well your family gets along under normal circumstances, spending more time at home together amid a global pandemic has likely put your relationships to the test. All that extra time in close quarters can not only lead to strained relationships but also physical, mental, and emotional health challenges for everyone, and more […]
When your spouse dies, your world changes. You are in mourning, feeling grief and sorrow at the loss. The National Institute of Health had found that “…you may feel numb, shocked, and fearful. You may feel guilty for being the one who is still alive. At some point, you may even feel angry at your spouse […]
As the aging population continues to expand, many of us are beginning to think about our future need for long-term care. You can’t predict the type of long-term care you will need or how long you will need it, but you can start planning for the cost. Long-term care is certainly not cheap. According to […]