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Managing the Personal Details for Exceptional Care

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Our Team

Advanced Aging Life Care Managers | Social Workers and Nurses

Our highly trained staff of social workers and nurses can help you find creative solutions to your most challenging issues with caring for aging parents.

Amy Hane, MSW, LMSW, C-ASWCM – Owner

Advanced Professional Aging Life Care Manager®

Amy Hane, MSW, LMSW, C-ASWCM – Owner Long Term Liaisons Aging Life Care Manager

“I have a passion for helping people navigate solutions for exceptional care, while empowering them to be as independent as possible.”

Amy received her Bachelor of Science degree and her Master’s of Social Work from the University of South Carolina. She worked in the areas of mental health and hospice prior to working in home health and care management. It was in her role as a Home Health social worker, that she gained an extensive knowledge of the long term health care arena and realized that much of our aging population and their caregivers struggle with how to make decisions related to care and in turn she founded Long Term Liaisons, LLC in 2011. Her background has helped her develop an extensive knowledge of in-home care services, assisted living communities, nursing homes, long term care insurance, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, the Veterans Administration and additional resources necessary to educate and empower her clients and their families.

She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and an Advanced Professional Member of the Aging Life Care Association®. She is a licensed Master Social Worker in South Carolina and Georgia and is a Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager.

She enjoys tennis, gardening, volunteering in her community and socializing with family and friends.

Lori Beth Charlton, MSW, LMSW, C-ASWCM

Advanced Professional Aging Life Care Manager®

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“Finding and helping to leverage a client’s desires, abilities, unique experiences, and current strengths to foster a sense of joy, peace, growth, and accomplishment in their life is what I enjoy most about being an Aging Life Care Manager.”

Lori Beth obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of South Carolina Aiken in 2010 and her Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina in 2014. With over 10 years of experience working with the aging population in various settings such as Assisted Living, Hospice, Home Health, Council on Aging, and now Aging Life Care Management, Lori Beth is very well versed in the unique needs of her clients. Along with seniors, she has experience and interest in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities as well as those with Mental Health Disorders. Lori Beth is always eager to obtain new knowledge, experiences, and skills to broaden her understanding and expertise in subject matters important to her clients over all well-being; she loves to think outside of the box and rarely sees any need or challenge as impossible to meet. As an Aging Life Care Manager®, she relies greatly on her deep understanding and empathy for other people to best serve her clients and their support systems. Along with being a Licensed Master Social Worker in Georgia and South Carolina, Lori Beth is a Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager, Advanced Professional Member of the Aging Life Care Association®, Certified Dementia Specialist, and Mental Health First Aide Certified.

Lori Beth spends most of her time with her husband, Chris, and their two children, Cora, and Sterling. If not at home, you will most likely find her at the dance studio, pool, park, church, or at a family member’s house in the afternoons and on weekends as this season of her life is truly centered around quality time with family and friends.


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“I do this work because I enjoy helping older adults live their best lives, whatever that may mean to them. Whether I am helping someone transition to a safer environment or coordinating the resources to keep someone in their own home for as long as possible, their interest and personal preference is always at the top of my mind.”

Leah obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy as an undergraduate at Georgia State University. After spending several years in NYC working in project management, Leah moved back to Georgia to pursue a dual master’s program in Public Health and Social Work at the University of Georgia. During graduate school, Leah had varied internship experiences, from working in crisis management to managing the care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. After graduation, Leah worked at a skilled nursing facility and that was her introduction to and where she found passion working with older adults. Leah has since worked in the fields of hospice and home health, thus gaining the knowledge and experience to help older adults and their families navigate the aging process. Leah feels that being a Care Manager with Long Term Liaisons allows her to perfectly marry her ability as a project manager and an advocate for older adults.

Leah enjoys spending time with her family; she has a husband, son, and a daughter. She also enjoys traveling, the arts, and spending time outdoors.

Amber Davis, BA, CMC

Advanced Professional Aging Life Care Manager®

Amber Davis

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“My passion is educating and empowering others to live a life filled with quality and independence. By providing exceptional care management, I am able to educate clients and caregivers on resources in order to alleviate stress and focus on living life to the fullest!”

Amber received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a cognate in Education from the University of South Carolina Aiken in 2006. She began her career in sales and marketing working in many different areas until she found her passion in Senior Care. In senior care, she has held positions in Independent and Assisted Living Communities as well as end of life care with Hospice. She most recently spent her time as an Executive Director in Hospice Care. Since joining Long Term Liaisons, she has furthered her career and education by becoming Care Manager Certified through NAACM and became a Professional Member with the Aging Life Care Association®. She has also gained her certification in Mental Health First Aide.

Amber was raised in Barnwell, SC. She married her high school sweetheart in 2015. They now live in Aiken, SC with their 2 children, Anslee and Thomas. They enjoy spending their spare time on their family farm in Barnwell.


Genevieve Amador, MSW, LMSW

Care Manager

Genevieve Amador, LMSW

“I learned from my first year of being a social worker that I was meant to serve others through meeting people where they are. I love being a social worker because it comes natural to me and helping others by better understanding their life experiences allows me to help my families along the way because it’s the right thing to do. We all need someone to help us out from time to time.”

Genevieve has been a social worker since 2005 working mostly with family and children services until 2018 when she crossed over to serving individuals on Hospice. Genevieve earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Angelo State University and obtained her Master’s in Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University. Her experience working with families, children and individuals transitioning has provided her with knowledge and skills that gives her insight that allows her to identify, advocate and meet the needs of the individuals she serves. Genevieve is a Licensed Master Social Worker in Georgia. Genevieve’s love and commitment to the people that she serves provides her with a strong knowledge and connection with CSRA community resources. Genevieve’s love for her country has guided her to research, connect and provide the veterans she engages with the benefits that they are entitled to with the VA. Genevieve is also grief certified and has experience in assisting families identify their grief within their family structure as they go through their bereavement.

Genevieve enjoys spending quality time with her children, her bonus children, family, and friends. She enjoys traveling, finding adventures everywhere she goes, spending time outdoors such as going to the beach and fishing. Genevieve currently serves on the board of When Help Can’t Wait and id also Public Affairs Officer for the CSRA Sea Cadets.

Amy Sharpe, RN


Amy Sharpe, RN

“I am a nurse because It gives me the opportunity to positively impact my clients/patients and my community. To know that I have encouraged, cared for, and or made a positive impact in one life makes my heart full.”

Amy initially met Amy Hane in 2006 while they were both caring for an elderly couple in their home. At the time, she provided private assistance, while Amy was a Home Health Social Worker. She credits Amy for encouraging her to follow her dream of becoming an RN. Through continued encouragement and unending determination, she not only completed her LPN degree, but went on to become an RN in 2012. She did all of this while continuing to work with the geriatric population both privately and at Pepper Hill Health and Rehabilitation in Aiken, SC. Amy always knew that her life’s work was with the geriatric population, but through continuing her education, Amy soon realized she wanted the ability to work in critical care in an acute care setting. With this continued drive, she soon joined the cardiac/stroke unit at Doctors Hospital of Augusta, GA in 2013, and later transitioned to the ICU shortly afterwards. She has a passion for learning and serving others, and her work with patients is evident of where her talents lie. She is a proud member of the CCNA and ANA. She is a licensed Registered Nurse in both South Carolina and Georgia. In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her five grandchildren, friends and family, and being outdoors.

Stacie Heath RN, BSN


Stacie Heath RN, BSN

“I love the opportunity to serve the older population by helping them optimize their health and assisting them with getting the best care possible.”

Stacie received her Associate’s Degree in Nursing in 2002 and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2004, both from the University of South Carolina at Aiken. Her career in nursing began in Emergency Rooms and Intensive Care Units for the first 4 years, then she enjoyed 13 years working in home health. Stacie has been working in an outpatient wound clinic since 2019.

Stacie believes in putting family first and works part time to be able to spend more time with her sons. She enjoys camping trips with her family, concerts with friends, traveling to new places, being outdoors, cheering on her boys in their sports programs and her side gig as a makeup artist.

Liz Neal, BA

Associate Care Coordinator

Dementia Dialogues®

“As a dementia specialist, I am a firm believer that knowledge is power. I have a passion for educating senior adults and their families so they can navigate the care options available to them while dealing with various forms of dementia.”

Over 20 years ago, while working for a behavioral health hospital, Liz Neal claims she “fell” into senior care. Part of her duties as a Community Outreach Director were calling on assisted living communities and nursing homes. She established relationships with several of the people she called on and ended up transitioning to a marketing position at a local assisted living community. She quickly learned she had missed her calling…senior care was “the one” and she never turned back. She moved from sales and marketing into an Executive Director’s position where she served for over 10 years. She also has experience in hospice and home care. She has been very active in the Aiken Community by serving on the boards of the Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce, the Aiken Rotary Club, Mental Health America of Aiken County, the Senior Commission and an Alzheimer’s support group facilitator. Liz retired from full time work in July of 2020, and is fulfilling a long time promise: that upon retirement, she would work part time for Amy Hane at Long Term Liaisons. In her newly found free time, she is enjoying: traveling, hiking, cooking, spending time with friends and curling up with a really good book.

Ashland Scarboro, BSW

Associate Care Coordinator/Administrative Assistant

“My enthusiasm and passion for social work allows me to be an advocate and help be a voice to those who can not speak for themselves. Working with the aging care population has enabled me to work within my community to make a difference and improve the lives of people around me.”

Ashland is our team’s Administrative Assistant. As a recent graduate of Augusta University’s Bachelor of Social Work Program, Ashland utilizes the tools she has learned in combination with hands-on experience to help assist in the unique needs of the aging population. Ashland aspires to serve as a MSW in rural and impoverished areas, challenging social injustice and working on behalf of the vulnerable and oppressed. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends, family and being a dog mom to her four Pomeranians.

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