Zoe Moffitt, RN-BC
Certified Case Manager
Aging Life Care Association, Advanced Professional
Gerontological Nurse, Board Certified
Integrative Nurse Coach, Board Certified
Holistic Nurse, Board Certified
PRI and SCREEN Certified
Case Management Society of America
Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing Honor Society
Professional Reiki Membership Assoc.
American Holistic Nursing Association
Aging Life Care Association
Hunter College, BSN
Kenyon College, BA,
George Washington University, MFA,
Licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of New York
Margaret Kyle Zoe M Moffitt
Integrative Elder Care RN
Referrals and Collaboration:
Zoe M K Moffitt is the principal Care Manager of Integrative Elder Care RN. She is dedicated to advocating for elders, their families and significant others to find solutions when circumstances or abilities change and planning is needed for care for the short or longer term. Care is a collaborative team effort.
Zoe is a Registered Nurse and a Certified Case Manager and has worked in diverse health care settings including in an Orthopedics and Neurosurgery hospital unit, home health care management, a long term care facility, clinical trials as a coordinator in Parkinson's Disease studies, an environmental health clinic and as a Nurse Care Manager for the last ten years.
She has true respect for the balance of medical regimens and a holistic approach which considers the elder's emotional and spiritual life, traditions, enthusiasms, comforts and wishes for the kind of treatments the elder wants. Zoe works with the art and science of working with medical issues, building a health-promoting lifestyle and environment even within a chronic illness or recovery from a serious health event or cognitive changes, and maintaining as much as possible that brings joy.
Zoe advocates for elders to keep connected with the people and what matters most to them in their lives. With extensive experience with dementia care with clients, and personally, with several members of her extended family and of the families of friends, Zoe is sensitive to the many ways that dementia can affect an older person's life and relationships. Zoe has given talks and coached care partners and family members in communicating with people with dementia and understanding some of the changes and behavior that can occur. For many conditions, there is not a cure, but there is often an opportunity for healing, for new relationships and an active life.
Zoe has always enjoyed knowing and talking with older people, hearing their perspectives and experiences and she is honored to help the elders to enhance their quality of life and health with creative support and an attentive team.
In her free time, Zoe enjoys photography, film, art, tennis, the garden and walking in the natural world; reading everything from news to fiction and poetry and listening to music of many styles. She cherishes the time with her two adult children, her communities of old friends and new, and her daily meditation.
Integrative Elder Care RN, PLLC
New York City and Hudson Valley