Sue M. Paul…

I have spent the last 28 years immersed in the care of older adults. I have paid close attention to how human beings age, where and how diseases take hold, and how to mitigate the decline of independence.

I want to help people thrive.  Because that’s what it’s really all about… living a life that is enjoyable, and purposeful, and meaningful.  And it’s never too late.

I work with people: people with cognitive and/or physical impairment, families, caregivers, and companies.  I provide rehabilitation services, wellness services, consulting, training, and advocacy.

I explore every viable opportunity to age well.  I am the owner of Bolder Rehab and Wellness, as well as the sole author of this site.

I can ramble on and on about aging-in-place, design elements and programming for senior living, functional fitness, rehabilitation of the older adult, and any topic related to brain health or cognitive impairment.  Got a need, an issue, a challenge, or a hopeless case?

Call me.

Sue M. Paul Highlights:

  • Occupational therapist for nearly 30 years
  • Certified Health Coach, American Council on Exercise
  • Functional Aging Specialist, FAI (personal trainer for older adults)
  • Author, The Dementia Queen (.com)
  • Owner, Bolder Rehab and Wellness, LLC
  • Founder and Executive Director, SeniorScapes, Inc.
  • Appointee, Maryland Virginia I. Jones Council on Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders
  • Founding member, Dementia Friendly America, Frederick, MD
  • Member, Elder Services Provider Council, Frederick, MD
  • Speaker on aging and wellness topics
  • Alzheimer’s Association’s Ambassador to Maryland’s Congressional 6th District, 2014-2018
  • Certificates and Additional Training:
    • LSVT Big Certified
    • Functional Nutrition for Rehabilitation Professionals
    • Medicinal Cannabis: Alzheimer’s disease
    • Exercise for Parkinson’s Training: The Brian Grant Foundation
    • Certified Aging in Place Specialist (NAHB) 2014-2018

Skill Set

Aging in Place
Senior Rehabilitation
Environmental Design
Alzheimer and Dementia