Lois G. Tager
M. Ed., CSA
Lois holds a Master in Education, specializing in counseling and psychotherapy from Providence College, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Boston University and is a Certified Senior Advisor and Geriatric Care Manager. Lois has worked in the Bay Area as an instructor at West Valley College and maintained a private practice in counseling for many years.
Lois has worked with the Alzheimer’s Association for the past 12 years as a facilitator for caregiver groups. She published “Sundown Syndrome: A Primer” in the CSA Journal of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors, CSA Journal 46, 2010. She authored a column “Ask Lois” for the Alzheimer’s Association Monterey County Newsletter and wrote numerous articles. She is a former columnist for AOL’s Campbell Patch, Senior Corner, an on-line news column.
As the Director of Geriatric Care Management at a law firm specializing in estate planning, Lois assists families dealing with a variety of senior issues regarding living situations, Alzheimer’s and dementia. Known as the “concierge” of senior services and a leading advocate, she also serves as a motivational speaker on this and related topics.
Lois resides in Saratoga with her husband, Dr. Steven Tager. Together they have raised five children and now enjoy seven grandchildren.