What is an ECC?

What is an ECC?

(and why do you need one?)

(and why do you need one?)


An Elder Care Coordinator...

  • Specializes in assisting elderly individuals and their families.
  • Helps navigate the complexities of aging and access necessary resources and support services.
  • Offers guidance on healthcare, housing options, financial planning, legal matters, and social services.
  • Develops personalized care plans tailored to meet the unique needs and preferences of their clients.
  • Serves as an advocate, ensuring clients receive high-quality care and support as they age.

Having an Elder Care Coordinator (ECC) in your proverbial backfield can be a game-changer in ensuring optimal care and support for your loved one as they age. ECCs are expert navigators of the complex elder care landscape, offering invaluable guidance on healthcare, housing, legal matters, and more. By equipping yourself with an ECC, you're not just getting a professional advocate; you're gaining peace of mind knowing that your loved one's needs and preferences are being prioritized and addressed effectively.

Meet Our Elder Care Coordinator

Ashley Founds

Ashley Founds

elder care coordinator

Ashley Founds is a seasoned professional with extensive experience in long-term care, social services, and marketing. With a recent certification as an Elder Care Coordinator from Stockton University and a background in business management, Ashley brings a well-rounded skill set to her role with at Elder Care Attorneys of Arkansas.

Outside of work, she cherishes spending time with her family and currently serves as a caregiver for her father-in-law, further fueling her passion for assisting others in their personal and financial needs.

Is an ECC Right for You? Request a Call from Our Team

Get in touch with us for a complimentary eligibility assessment call. Take advantage of this opportunity to determine how an ECC can help you, and if you qualify for our services.


We're here to help you find the support you need.

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