About Us

Elder Care Connections of Vermont is the answer to any care coordination concerns you may have for yourself or someone you love. Our stories are not unique as our society encounters an exploding population of Baby Boomers and older seniors. We have faced the difficulties of having a loved one affected by Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, stroke, Parkinson’s disease and other health concerns associated with aging. We have successfully faced the coordination of elder care, home care, medical professionals, housing alternatives and the myriad of financial and legal concerns related to this stage of life. From our experiences managing these intense issues our business, Elder Care Connections of Vermont, was born. Call us today at 802-999-9172 or 802-324-6562 for an initial 15-minute complimentary phone consultation.

Annemarie Miner is an Aging Life Care Specialist™/Certified Care Manager. Annemarie was born and raised in Burlington, VT and is the youngest of five children. Annemarie has spent over 20 years in the healthcare industry helping and supporting elderly individuals and their families. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Gerontology from the University of Vermont and a Master’s Degree in Family Studies with a concentration in Gerontology from the University of Connecticut.

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Nancy Scagnelli is a Certified Senior Advisor, (CSA) and a Geriatric Care Manager.  She has a  BA degree in Economics and a Certificate in Gerontology. She worked as a financial analyst in Washington, DC and Boston, MA before she returned to her home state of Vermont to raise her family.  Nancy is the youngest of seven children.  She is married and has two sons and a daughter. For the past 17 years, Nancy had been the primary Care Manager for her two parents residing in Shelburne.  Her mother passed away from complications of both Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.  Nancy is co-founder of I Remember You, LLC, a company dedicated to helping  raise money and awareness for those with Alzheimer’s disease. Nancy enjoys donating time to raising money for the Vermont Respite House and the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf.