As a healthcare provider serving in multiple roles Amanda Weiler has helped adults across a broad spectrum of senior services. During her 15 year career Ms. Weiler has educated and counseled older adults and their families on many topics related to aging and living well. As a program director, she has led healthcare staff to superior performance in caring for adults with dementia and other chronic diseases.
Ms. Weiler passion for helping older adults comes from a well-defined sociological perspective and strong clinical approach in the various areas of long-term care. She has directed adult day health centers; managed and monitored grant-based programs through the Area Agency on Aging including home delivered meals programs, senior centers, and home health agencies. She has developed a memory care neighborhood in a nursing home setting at a life plan community. In each position it has been Mrs. Weiler’s mission to create quality of life and quality of care for those she serves.
As an educator and consultant for the Comfort Matters program at Beatitudes Campus she teaches and advises staff at long-term care organizations across the country on evidence.-based, better practice in dementia care.
Ms. Weiler has a Bachelor's degree from Marquette University in Biomedical Science and Sociology.