Utah Local Care Planning Council


You've come to the right place if you are looking for solutions to the challenges that face your aging loved ones. If you are in a crisis or if you are simply looking for an answer to a question, we can help.

Utah Elder Planning Council

The members of our council represent a wealth of information, knowledge and advice to help you with eldercare issues or generally with any issues that aging seniors face. We have "been there and done that" many times, not only with our own loved ones but on countless occasions with members of our community. We assist individuals in the community who can't seem to find what they are looking for even after numerous phone calls and exhaustive internet searches. Through our experience we have developed a well-deserved motto; which is "Difficult Problems – Clear Solutions."

Perhaps you are looking for sources of funds to help you pay for unforeseen expenses, or for help with veterans benefits, or understanding services provided by Medicare and Medicaid. Maybe you need someone to assist you in the home or provide maintenance or yard care or maybe you need advice on finding a long term care community for you or a loved one. Maybe you need legal work, or financial planning or home care services or tax advice or advice on dealing with other members of the family in a caregiving situation. We can provide all of that and much more.

You can either attend one of our many educational workshops in the community or you can call us or email us for free advice or assistance. We operate as a one-stop shopping service for assisting the elderly of Utah. We want to help you in any way we can. Please feel free to contact us.

Monthly Planning for Eldercare Article


Strategies for Successful Aging

November 13, 2020

Aging and death are an inevitable consequence of being part of an earthly existence. But not all people are the same when it comes to aging. Some people are "old" well before their time and well before that magical and totally arbitrary age of 65. Others remain active and healthy well into their 80s and 90s. Many would argue those who age prematurely and who die early do so because of the genetic disposition that dictates the outcome. In some cases this may be true. In many cases this is not true. There are a number of factors that affect the health and longevity of aging seniors. Here are some social factors that have been shown to affect the aging process:

  • Socioeconomic status
  • Level of education
  • Level of physical and cognitive functioning
  • Living arrangement such as one of high social status or living arrangement of very low social status
  • Ethnicity
  • A mental and emotionally challenging lifestyle

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Director of the Council


    Bruce LybbertBruce Lybbert

    CLRP, Council Director

    Phone: (877) 972-2220

     

     

Council Members


    Tom DayThomas E. Day

    NCPC Director
    Life Resource Planner

    Phone: (800) 989-8137




    Natalie Moyle MA, LCMCNatalie Moyle MA, LCMC

    Counselor and Care Manager

    Phone: (801) 274-9100

     



    Home Option Personal CareHome Option Personal Care

    Non-medcial Home care

    Phone: (801) 274-9100

     



    NameBrett Cragun

    Attorney

    Phone: (801) 513-2060

     


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