We Are Problem Solvers
Since 2006, our clients and their trusted advisors have looked to LMR Elder Care for answers and advocacy when they need help identifying and coordinating the best support services available. As Geriatric Care Managers, we work closely with families to create a customized plan of action.
You can be sure that the guidance offered by LMR Elder Care is completely objective because we are NOT affiliated with any hospital system, insurance company, home care agency or assisted living facility.
We advocate ONLY for our clients.
Talk to us about …
Local and long-distance caregiver consulting
Comprehensive assessment of needs
Comprehensive plans of care for older adults and persons with disabilities
Arranging and monitoring in-home care services
Explaining legal and insurance planning options
Mediating complicated family dynamics
Crisis intervention and support during emergencies
Hospital discharge planning
Preventing avoidable hospitalizations and readmissions
Evaluating the ability to pay for long term care
Maximizing financial benefits and entitlements
Providing assessments for attorneys and the courts
Monitoring wards under guardianship
Facilitating the sharing of information between the client, family caregivers, trusted advisors and health care professionals
Healthy Aging life care plans and guidance
Lisa Bayer, J.D., CCM is a board-certified case manager and an Advanced Professional member of the Aging Life Care Association. Lisa uses her legal and social service experience to advocate on behalf of her clients and their families.
Attorneys and other professionals appreciate Lisa’s understanding of the legal process and find it easy to work with her when the case involves complicated legal matters, such as guardianships.
Before attending law school, Lisa was a case manager with Boston Senior Home Care, a non-profit organization overseen by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. Upon earning her law degree, Lisa worked with MFY Legal Services in New York City, specializing in Social Security law.
Heidi Rinsky Schnapp
Heidi Rinsky Schnapp, MA, CSW, CMC, CDP has over 25 years of experience advocating on behalf of older adults, people with disabilities, patients, and their family caregivers. She is a sought-after facilitator offering community building support groups throughout northern New Jersey.
In her prior role at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Heidi identified a community need and built a new hospital initiative for people living with Parkinson’s disease. Her initiative has expanded to other hospitals within the RWJ Barnabas Health system. She continues her work as an advocate and support group facilitator for the American Parkinson's Disease Association NJ Chapter, an advocate for the Parkinson Foundation, and Michael J Fox Foundation.
Heidi’s past board positions include: American Cancer Society Board of Advisors for Northwest New Jersey, Mental Health Addictions Services Advisory Board of Morris County, and Mental Health Association of Essex County Board of Directors.
Heidi is currently a volunteer with the Randolph YMCA providing support groups and programming on issues related to aging.