Finding Your Path to Optimal Aging

Optimal Aging is the capacity to function to one’s satisfaction from day to day, in spite of medical conditions. The areas of optimal well-being include the physical, functional, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual. To this end, Mary uses her skills and experience to help her clients overcome the following challenges:
  • Aging in Place
  • Health Care
  • Caregiving
  • Document and Information Management
  • Life/Work Transitions
  • Social Isolation
Mary’s unique combination of experience, knowledge and expertise contributes to her ability to serve as an independent voice for seniors, by helping them understand all their options regardless of where they may be on their journey.
Learn more about how Mary can help you or your loved one navigate the concerns related to aging. Contact Mary for a free initial consultation, by phone, or in person.

Mary Anderson, MPH, CSA, BCPA

Mary Anderson has over three decades of experience in healthcare and human services, yet it was not until her experience with assisting her aging mother that she truly began to understand the complexities of navigating the experience of aging.

Over time, Mary recognized an increasing demand for assisting older adults and their families in addressing specific issues. Her work is inspired by the concept of optimal aging, defined as the capacity to function successfully in physical, functional, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual domains to one’s satisfaction, despite one’s medical conditions.

Mary holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of Washington. She is a Board Certified Patient Advocate (BCPA) and Certified Senior Advisor (CSA).