Certified Financial Planner - experience in financial planning topics such as insurance, tax planning, investments, estate planning or retirement planning.
Daily Money Manager – provide services such as bill paying, balancing checkbooks, making back deposits, organizing tax records and other paperwork, deciphering medical insurance papers and verifying proper processing of claims, and negotiating with creditors.
Elder Law Attorney - An attorney who practices in the area of elder law, a specialized area of law focusing on issues that typically affect older adults.
Geriatric Nurse – A nurse who specializes in providing care for older people.
Geriatric Physician – A medical doctor providing comprehensive diagnosis, evaluation, and care for older individuals.
Geriatric Psychiatrist - A physician who specializes in psychiatry for aging persons.
Insurance Specialists – A person who specializes in health, long-term care, and life insurance for aging persons.
Professional Geriatric Care Manager - A professional geriatric care manager is a specialist in assisting older people and their families manage the challenges of aging and to attain the highest quality of life possible. They have training in fields such as a social work, counseling, gerontology or nursing. Many care managers are licensed in the field specialty as required by their state. The services a care manager can provide vary, depending on what the client and family require.
Reverse Mortgage Specialists – Reverse mortgages are offered mostly by private, specialized lenders.
Senior Real Estate Professionals – Realtors who want to specialize in the real estate needs of home buyers and sellers aged 50 and over are earning the Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designation. It became an official member of the National Association of Realtors family of designations in March 2007.