Toni Musto, MPH has worked in the field of geriatric healthcare for over 17 years and has worked in various long-term care settings, such as nursing homes, adult day care (social and medical), assisted livings and Alzheimer Care. Toni has a Masters in Public Health with a concentration in community health from Brooklyn College and a Bachelors Degree in Human Development and Family Resources concentrating in Gerontology from The University of Connecticut. Toni specializes in healthcare consultation in the fields of administration, program direction, and in-service education programs, start up, policy and procedure, and business development. Toni is a member of The National Association of Geriatric Care Managers as well as the National association of Female Executives. Other areas of expertise include, Therapeutic Recreation and coordination/implementation of individualized plans of care for the homebound or Alzheimer/dementia client.
Stacey G. Zaslow-Cook, LMSW, C-ASWCM has worked as a geriatric social worker for over 17 years. She earned a BS degree from Rochester Institute of Technology and her MSW from New York University. Stacey is a member of The National Association of Geriatric Care Managers and is a licensed social worker. Stacey worked at different hospitals as a geriatric social worker, coordinating safe discharges into the community, such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, adult day care, etc… Stacey has worked in a medical adult day program and a homecare agency assisting clients in obtaining community entitlements, running a support group for seniors to adjust to new life changes and to ensure safety in their homes. She has worked at a licensed adult home for people with memory impairments. Stacey started a caregiver’s support group at the facility and has given numerous presentations on senior housings, including a presentation for The Department of Aging entitled, “Navigating the Health System: Finding the Right Service.”Stacey also led a round table discussion on caring for the elderly and demented elderly at the Department of Ageing's 20th Mayoral conference on Alzheimer's disease.