Beverly P. Horowitz, PhD
Specializing in Geriatric Care
Dr. Beverly Horowitz provides personalized geriatric care management services for the Long Island and NYC metropolitan area to assist older adults and families meet their individual needs. Services include assessment, consultation, counseling, care planning, and advocacy services to address the needs of older adults coping with chronic illness, frailty, and disability, dementia, and functional decline.
You and your loved ones do not have to face care giving concerns alone. Dr. Horowitz will work with you to evaluate your loved ones needs, design a customized program to address your needs, including caregiver education and training, to promote the quality of life of your loved one.
Dr. Beverly P. Horowitz is a NYS licensed social worker occupational therapist, gerontologist, and educator with 30 years of experience working with older adults, families, and health and human service organizations to support older adults’ health, functional capabilities, quality of life, safety, and well-being.
Individuals, families, and caregivers can contact email@example.com or call 631.427.3074. Learn how Dr. Horowitz can give you peace of mind and help you with your care giving questions and needs.
Health and human service organizations can contact Dr. Horowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about programs and services to address your organizational needs (including staff education/training, fall prevention, and services to promote client health, functional abilities, and quality of life.
Licenses & Certifications
- Certified Social Worker
- Licensed Occupational Therapist
- Certified Social Work Case Manager (C-SWSM)
- Member, National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers
Dr. Beverly Horowitz and Care Specialists pledge adherence to the highest professional ethical standards in accord with The National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) Pledge of Ethics.
Dr. Horowitz promises to provide assessment of your needs prior to developing your care plan, an explanation of your care plan and costs of services, support of your goals and self determination, confidentiality and respect for your privacy, information on professional qualifications, adequate notice about terminating services, and pledges to provide services to individuals/ families regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.