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Meet the Founder


Leah Korkis is a registered nurse and former family

caregiver. She earned her Bachelors of Science

in Nursing (BSN) from Bradley University and is 

currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Nursing

as an Adult-Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. Her 

nursing career started in neurology, and she has since worked in acute care, long-term care, community health, and nursing continued education. For several years, Leah was the primary caregiver for her Grandparents and disabled Aunt. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and their fish, Thor. She can be contacted at Leah.Korkis@gmail.com.


"As an outlet for my passion of sustaining quality of life and person-centered care, I created Healthy Now and Later for individuals and caregivers. This hub for learning and community brings to light hard-to-discuss topics and hard-to-find resources. I want to partner with you so that you can continue to live well, eat well, and love well, now and in the future." - Leah Korkis, BSN, RN


                                              Read the story of how I became a caregiver...

Read my interview with Terry McDermott...


Expert Health Information 

Our Three Areas of Service

Disease-Specific Recipes

Now & later 

I’m still me. 

   My spirit laughs, my heart loves, and my soul serves. 
         I am growing older, but I’m still me. 

Your guide for healthy aging

We will push the boundaries and resist the stereotypes of aging. 


We do not fear growing older. Rather, we see the journey of aging as a time of fulfillment, discovery, and renewed zest for living.


We pour our heart into every interaction, every relationship, so that we can provide expert health information, delicious recipe that suit your lifestyle, and a nation-wide database of free resources. 


It is our dream to inspire everyone 55 and better to live life fully by fulfilling each unique definition of what it means to be "well". 


​Together, we can redefine aging and what it means to grow old, to fit what your dreams are. Together, we canlive well, eat well, and love well

 

     Stop acting your age and start living your life to the fullest.   ​​