Ellen Borenstein – Founder and Owner of Dignified Living NC

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I became a practicing CGCM, Certified Geriatric Care Manager in 2015. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Radiologic Science from the University of New Mexico and completed a Graduate Certificate in Geriatric Care Management from the University of Florida.

I founded Dignified Living LLC, a private Geriatric Care Management company, to provide high quality service to clients and their families. While caring for my parents, I was overwhelmed with the number of resources available and needed the help of a professional to guide me in my decision making. I chose a GCM to help me and soon realized that this was a career path I felt passionate about. I decided to go back to school to be able to help other adult children and their loved ones. I continue to work collaboratively with others in the field to elevate the profession of Geriatric Care Management.



Nansi Greger-Holt – Family and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner

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Nansi Greger-Holt, RN, MPH, MSN has been a registered nurse for more than 40 years, a Family and Gerontological Nurse Practitioner for over 25 years and a Geriatric Care Manager since 2005. Having retired from both Duke (MICU, psychiatry) and UNC (Neurology and Hospice), Nansi is very familiar with local resources and navigating the healthcare system.

Experience, skills and knowledge in Geriatric Psychiatry and Advanced Care Planning support Nansi’s clinical expertise and passion in helping patients with dementia and their families, navigate their illness while maximizing quality of life and promoting comfort.

Contact – nansi@dignifiedlivingnc.com


Dana Duppen – Aging Life Care Professional

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Dana joined the Dignified Living NC team in July of 2019. She earned a Bachelors’s Degree in Human Services from the University of Massachusetts at Boston in 1986. As a Geriatric Care Manager, she has spent many years in residential program management, in-patient and outpatient, and substance abuse treatment services. She has worked with the entire spectrum of population children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric. 

After marriage in 1990, she moved to Colorado to take care of her husband’s mother who had multiple sclerosis. After her passing, Dana began developing symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. This gave her firsthand experience with healthcare systems from a client’s perspective and made her more understanding, compassionate, and patient as a Care Giver. Combined with her background in mental health, it has made her a much more well-rounded person and caregiver. 

She wants to thank you for allowing her to serve your family.

Contact dana@dignifiedlivingnc.com