“Our Mission At Aging Issues Management (A.I.M.) Is To Help Individuals And Families Plan Better To Live Better.”

C.E.O. Of Aging Issues Management

Joe Soricelli

Joe has over 30 years of planning experience. Joe has been a Registered Representative and Investment Advisor since 1985, experiencing all market conditions, providing a broad wealth of knowledge and experience for his clients to benefit. Joe is AIFA certified. He is a Senior Real Estate Specialist and Certified Medicaid Planner. Plus, as Joe and his clients have aged, and new issues and situations come up, Joe has continually educated himself to meet and manage his clients’ needs today and tomorrow.

Joe really cares about people. He continually gives back to the community giving presentations about a wide-array of Aging Issues that we all will face at some point in our lives. (Examples: Medicare, Medicaid, Long-Term Care, Housing, Estate Planning, Income Planning, Asset Protection, and Fraud Prevention). In addition, Joe is a strong advocate of senior housing.

Joe is married with three grown children, is active in his church, Lions Club and at the Alzheimer’s Association, as well as The Westchester Parks Foundation. He serves his hometown as a zoning board member and assists in stage production at his local high school and Community Theater.

Give Joe a call. He is happy to assist you with your needs; confidentiality is always guaranteed.


James Licata

While moving through your life, long term care decisions overwhelming or worse, forgotten. To help accomplish your goals you need an experienced helmsman as a guide on your journey. As a long-term care sales representative with Aging Issues Management, I have a conversation that matters and take actions that make a difference,

Jim resides in Cortlandt Manor, Westchester NY with his wife, Lisa of 32 years and together they have 2 daughters. In Jim’s free time he enjoys sailing.

Email Jim. He is happy to assist you with your needs and confidentiality is always guaranteed.


David Carley

David is a graduate of Temple University, completing both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine respectively. Additionally, because of the financial burdens imposed by attending graduate school, Mr. Carley enlisted in the US Navy after completing his undergraduate studies, enrolling in the Advanced Officer Candidate Training programming and serving with the Underwater Demolitions Team and Amphibious Recon Team, earning and maintaining the rank of Lieutenant Commander, with a command of twelve men, enabling him to lead those men from the field, doing everything possible to ensure their safe return home.
David has coached high school and collegiate swimmers with two making Olympic Trials and one qualifying for the US team in1992. He also coached Special Olympic Swimmers at two International Games for Team USA.

Email David. He is happy to assist you with your needs and confidentiality is always guaranteed.