Live Well and Thrive.  

Cincinnati's Experts in Aging 

Ann Sutton Burke, MPA, CMC

Ann is the Chief Services Officer and an Aging Life CareTM professional. She received the Outstanding Professional in Aging award from the Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio. She is the Past President of the Association of Professionals in Aging, and a Board Member of the Midwest Chapter National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers. Ann’s expertise in helping senior adults live independently in their own homes was nationally recognized when she gave testimony at a United States Senate hearing. Ann has a Bachelor’s degree from Miami University in Gerontology, and Masters of Public Administration from Xavier University.

Katie Moore, MSW, LSW

Katie has over 17 years of experience as a licensed social worker with a focus in medical and geriatric social work. Katie has been with Jewish Family service since 2019, and is the AgeWell Cincinnati Manager. Katie has extensive experience in assessment, facilitating difficult conversations with families, and assisting individuals and families to make decisions about available care options. Katie is very knowledgeable about community resources, including programs and services available to clients of different economic means.

Katie is a compassionate and dedicated advocate for her clients. Katie’s passion is to serve the needs of older adults.

Suzanne Schweiger, MSW, LSW

Suzanne has an expansive and well-rounded background in the field of social work for over 30 years. Suzanne’s primary focus is working with older adults as a Geriatric Care Manager. Suzanne has extensive knowledge of community resources that benefit the lives of her clients, families, and coworkers since her employment in 2011 at Jewish Family Service in the Aging and Care Giver Services Department.

Suzanne works as a liaison for her clients by networking and coordinating services with the Council on Aging, hospitals, nursing homes, home health organizations, StarPoint, Pro Seniors, People Working Cooperatively, and the Barbash Family Vital Support Center/food pantry along with many other community agencies.

Suzanne has also worked extensively with clients of all social and economic backgrounds. Including low income to private pay in order to advocate and help them resolve financial issues. Suzanne works with many financial institutions such as banks, long term care companies, investment companies, insurance companies, all southwestern Ohio counties for Medicaid eligibility, county auditors, and Social Security programs.

Suzanne is a compassionate and dedicated geriatric care-manager who treats her clients like family. Suzanne is determined to make a difference to improve the quality of life for her clients.

Brittany Arling, HS-BCP, CMC

Brittany is a Cincinnati native who is passionate about advocating for her clients. After receiving a degree with honors from Old Dominion University, Brittany quickly dove head first into aligning herself with mentors who could further extend her in the field experience to becoming a compassionate and informed care manager. Brittany believes on providing person centered care to everyone she meets. In her free time she enjoys traveling with her husband and two daughters.