Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN, GCM

Michigan

Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN, GCM

Michigan

Angil Tarach-Ritchey RN, GCM is a national eldercare expert, best-selling author, speaker and consultant.
With over 30 years experience in senior care and advocacy Angil is very passionate about eldercare and is well respected in her field. Angil has written 2 best-selling books and over 70 articles for various websites and publications, and has been featured or quoted in several articles. "Behind the Old Face: Aging in America and the Coming Elder Boom" is Angil's latest Best-Seller and Award Winning book. The book has been endorsed by the highly respected aging authority, author and founder of Age Wave, Ken Dychtwald Ph.D., and two notable nursing organizations, NurseTogether, and Nurse Talk, which is sponsored by the California Nurses Association.

Her passion and expertise have led to being published in the Case in Point Magazine, McKnight's Long Term Care News, Chicago Sun Times, About.com/Assisted Living, Wellsphere, Maturity Matters, Medpedia, Vitamins Health, Pain Today, Aging Wisely, Medworm, National Senior Living Providers Network, Alzheimer’s New Zealand and several other publications. She has been featured in WE Magazine for Women; Women on a Mission, Life Goes Strong, His is Mine, Pedagogy Inc., You and Me Health Magazine, Faith Filled family Magazine, and more. Several publications and websites, such as CNBC, Reuters, Consumer Affairs, MSN Careers, PTO Today, Second Act, and Women Entrepreneur have interviewed and quoted her in articles on eldercare, business, and even elementary school hygiene.

Angil's experience is more than professional, it is personal. She was involved with her Grandmother’s care, who was affected by vascular dementia, and is now providing intermittent assistance to her aging parents, locally and long-distance. She understands elder care, and the role of family caregiver’s.

Angil’s healthcare experience goes beyond service. After 5 years of suffering with a life changing mystery illness, she was diagnosed in 2008 with Sjogren’s Syndrome, and Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome, which gives her a unique perspective as a nurse and patient.

  • Work
    • Advocate, Consultant, Speaker