Quality Aging Project

Quality Aging Project

As you think about your future, have you told your loved ones exactly how & where you want to live? Further, have you financially accounted for likely upcoming needs? Have you documented your wishes and made plans for your care? Most of us have a fairly clear vision of how & where we want to live, though we do not plan for this in a way that will make these visions reality.

As an extension of our medical practice, we provide consults designed to help clients choose & document their desired aging plan. We work with you to create a tailor-made road map for your future that is consistent with your quality of life desires. Consults include:

  • comprehensive medical review of: health, medication, prognosis & treatments
  • cognitive screening
  • advanced care planning guidance & POA documentation
  • needs assessment & resource matching to current & future needs
  • financial resource planning
  • discussion of personal values to guide health & living decision-making
  • home safety evaluation & injury / fall prevention assessment
  • education about home health options
  • family / POA communication meetings simplifying current & future decisions regarding your care
  • a personalized care management binder tracking health care status, medications & information
  • referrals to specialized professionals (i.e., caregivers, home modification, estate planners, etc.)
  • caregiver training (if applicable)

We also provide follow-up consults and Quality Aging Plan reviews.

We are collaborating professionals trained in primary care, geriatrics, emergency medicine, palliative & hospice care as well as professional geriatric care management.


Richard Loeffler, M.D. and Anne Bourguignon Weeks, MSN, MA, ANP-BC, CMC

303-501-9515  Anne Bourguignon Weeks

303-981-2963 Richard Loeffler


About Carol

Carol Core, President and Founder of CarolCARE knows, first hand, what your life looks like when it comes to caring for your elderly loved one. Carol knows, because for over 12 years she was the non-paid family caregiver for her Mom, Dad and dear Uncle Earl. While trying to juggle full-time work; life as a wife, mother and grandmother; she managed the care, health, finances and safety of three elderly people.