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"Helping seniors and their loved ones
choose what's best."

Whether you’re an older adult or a concerned family caregiver, the decisions you need to make surrounding aging safely and comfortably can be overwhelming. 

An aging life care manager, 
sometimes referred to as a geriatric care manager, can be a great go-to resource to help answer questions, problem solve and identify needs and solutions to make life easier for your family and loved ones.

An aging life care manager is a trained professional, often a social worker, nurse or gerontologist, who specializes in the field of geriatrics and aging. They have extensive knowledge about the cost, quality and availability of services in elder care and care management. Care managers guide you and your loved ones through health care decisions, such as deciding whether to age in place or relocate to a residential facility, coordinate medical care; be the ‘eyes and ears’ for families at a distance, and advocate for your loved one. 

Working with an aging life care manager can provide families with answers to their questions at a time of uncertainty.  At Mimi's Choice we will guide families to make decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress, and time off of work for family caregivers.


Rebecca Lucente, LSW, LNHA


Rebecca is the founder and owner of Mimi’s Choice Care Management.  She brings over 20 years of experience working with some of the top institutions, clinicians and staff in post-acute and long-term care. Rebecca is a Licensed Social Worker and a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Massachusetts. She is a professional member of the Aging Life Care Association®.  Rebecca has worked and held leadership roles in many departments including Social Work, Quality & Patient Safety, Long-Term Care Administration, Patient Experience, Advocacy and Regulation. Rebecca believes in using that knowledge and experience to help older adults, and their families, navigate the complex senior care system. Rebecca founded Mimi’s Choice in 2023 and named in honor of her late mother, who passed away in 2017. Mimi’s Choice was established with the mission to treat your loved ones like family. Rebecca will keep what’s important to you and your family at the forefront of all conversations. She has a personable, knowledgeable and professional approach to many areas including: advanced care planning, crisis management, facility recommendations, discharge planning and navigating the ever-changing senior care landscape. Rebecca is a problem solver who will work with you to accomplish what’s important to you and your loved ones.  

Rebecca lives in the metro-Boston area with her husband and children. When not working, she can be found cheering at sporting events, walking her dogs, and spending time with family and friends!  



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How we can help


  • Crisis Managment

  • Emergency planning assistance for hospitalization, post-acute care needs, aging in place, safety risks 

  • Guidance & support navigating healthcare system

  • Assistance to seniors with loved ones out of state

  • Communication tips and resources for caregivers

  • Expertise in patient rights, complaints and grievances, appeal process


  • Independent living -aging in place options/resources

  • Assisted living placement/memory care/subsidized options

  • Skilled nursing facilities/long-term care

  • In-home care services, elder services, private agency options

  • Adult Day Health

  • Hospice Care

  • Preparation for interviews & tours

  • Guidance in choosing the best option for your loved one


  • Assistance arranging in-person support at medical appointments.

  • In-person assistance with residential facility tours

  • In-Home needs assessment

  • Determining types of services that are right for the client and assist family to engage and monitor services.

  • Medical management-attending doctor appts. facilitate communication between doctor and client/family

  • Referrals and introductions to vetted professionals (elder resources, attorneys, private care)


  • Home safety and social needs assessment

  • Recommendations of caregiver support when needed (VNA, Physical Therapy, Physician, Adult Day Health, Transportation etc.)

  • Home modification referrals for safety

  • Providing clients with social activities to enrich their quality of life


  • Expertise in Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

  • Support and guidance on caring for a loved one with dementia

  • Resources for caregivers

  • Referrals to or consulting with elder law attorney

  • Financial may include consutling with an accountant or client's Power of Attorney


  • Coordinate healthcare needs by arranging support services and developing a care plan to meet the needs of each situation

  • If you are a family member who is struggling on what to do and where to go for support, we can help.

"Rebecca was an incredible resource for our family while we navigated the ins and outs of the long term care system for my father.  She put together a short list of reputable facilities and made introductions when possible.  We were able to get him settled into a wonderful skiled nursing facility with a dedicated dementia unit. She came and visited my father and made sure that we were comfortable with staff and the type of care we could expect.  She handled many anxious calls from us and helped ease our worries that we were doing the right thing for his care."

Karin S.

Walpole, MA

Contact Us
Feel free to call, text or email for more information.  Use the book online icon above to schedule a free 30 minute consultation and see how we can help!


P.O. Box 422

Foxborough, MA

“Thank you to the Aging Life Care Association®
for permission to share this information. You may learn more about Aging Life CareTM at”


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