Meet our dedicated team of health care professionals.
- Rebecca Wild-Wesley, President and Founder
- Sarah Levin Bourque, Care Manager
- Stacey Schmidt, Care Manager
Rebecca Wild-Wesley, President and Founder
Rebecca Wild-Wesley, RN, BSN, MA, CMC
President and Founder
Rebecca is the 2017 past president of the Aging Life Care Association® New England. She has over 40 years of experience as a Registered Nurse trained at New England Baptist Hospital, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Arts | Gerontology and holds certification through the National Academy of Certified Care Managers.
Her long-held goal is to provide consultation services when aging becomes difficult to aging families within a personalized holistic framework.
Rebecca left the medical model of elder care after years of working in home health care and insurance to realize this goal by forming her own Aging Life Care company in 2013, The Aging Space, Inc.
Rebecca’s family has experienced unique health and family situations, which has heightened her appreciation of life and family. She has three adult children and enjoys life with her husband of over 40 years, Tom.
She possesses the ability to listen well, understand complexities in family life and knows how to ask the right questions.Return to top
Sarah Levin Bourque, Care Manager
Sarah Levin Bourque, RN, MSN, CMC
Sarah joined The Aging Space in February of 2018. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a master’s degree in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and is a Certified Care Manager.
Sarah began her career as a Mental Health Worker then returned to school to complete her RN/MSN. She has worked in a number of settings including hospitals, adult day health programs and assisted living facilities.
She joined The Aging Space with the goal of utilizing the skills she learned along the way to support individuals and their families to live their best lives while coping with a variety of issues including physical illness and illness management, mental health and cognitive challenges, social isolation, future planning, long distance caregiving and caregiver burnout.
Sarah considers it an honor to be allowed into her client’s lives and to have the opportunity to help them thrive at whatever stage of life they are in.
When not working Sarah enjoys spending time at home with her husband, her twin boys who recently graduated from college, her dog and her two cats.Return to top
Stacey Schmidt, Care Manager
Stacey Schmidt, MSW, LICSW, CDP, CMC
Stacey joined The Aging Space in April of 2020. Stacey holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work.
Stacey began her career in Social Work over 15 years ago working in outpatient mental health programs. Since that time, she has held several different positions working with the elderly population in various settings including hospitals, adult day health programs and assisted living facilities.
She is a problem solver who knows how to look at issues from all sides.
When assessing a client, she looks at the whole person, paying close attention to the emotional as well as the physical needs. Her goal is always to create a comprehensive plan which supports her clients and their families to meet their goals and improve their quality of life. She particularly enjoys working with and supporting clients with dementia and other cognitive impairments.
When Stacey is not working, she spends her free time walking her 2 black labs and practicing yoga. She also likes quiet nights as home with her husband and 2 kids watching TV and playing board games.Return to top