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Aging can seem like a long road with many twists and turns. At Aging Simply, we understand the responsibility that comes with caring for an elderly loved one and the desire to enhance their quality of life. We are here to address and help manage new changes to take the difficulty out of your decisions.


With a personalized approach, Aging Simply offers assistance to your family while navigating the new challenges that may arise. We understand the importance of meeting the unique needs of older adults and specialize in establishing daily activities as it relates to quality of life. When working one-on-one with our clients, we utilize the Montessori Method to promote the physical, cognitive, and social development needed to cope with everyday life. We hope that our work brings support and peace of mind to your family.


Services can include, but are not limited to the following:

Initial Comprehensive Assessment
Form on Clipboard
Individualized Activities With Large Emphasis on Cognitive, Creative, Physical, and Social Development
In-Home Care and Companion Services
Patient and Nurse


As a native of the Tampa Bay area, Patty stays current with the needs of the community, including the senior population.  Patty’s passion for helping others and her interest in the aging community took a different turn when her father was diagnosed with vascular dementia. This personal experience heavily influenced her to further her education in the field of geriatrics, with a focus on memory and aging research. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Education and Behavior, as well as a master’s degree in Medical Sciences with a concentration in Gerontology from the University of Florida. Patty volunteered in several nursing homes and assisted living centers throughout Tampa Bay while completing her degree and later began working in the field of aging. She has experience as a Life Enrichment Director, Memory Care Director, Alzheimer’s Support Group Facilitator, and a Long-Term Care Ombudsman with the Department of Elder Affairs.



  • Seniors who want to remain independent and age in place

  • Elder care attorneys and wealth managers with senior clients

  • Seniors with adult children who reside out-of-state

  • Hospital discharge planners

  • Seniors who are experiencing difficulty managing home, medications, meals and healthcare

  • Family members who disagree on the next step and need objectivity and information

  • Seniors experiencing significant medical or memory challenges

  • Caregivers with increasing stress levels

  • Seniors downsizing and transitioning to a retirement community

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