For Professionals

We know that physicians, therapists, attorneys, financial planners, business managers, clergy members, and other trusted advisors are often asked for guidance regarding senior care. You are already advising your clients in specific ways; however, these issues may be outside of your scope of interest or expertise. We have years of experience in the field that give us an objective, yet compassionate approach to each situation.

How We Can Help You

We know you are extremely busy handling matters related to your particular area of expertise. You don’t need to know all the answers to you clients’ questions, but they certainly appreciate when you can point them in the right direction. We also know that any referral you make is an extension of your own reputation, so we would love to meet with you to learn more about the work that you do, share more about what we do, and answer any questions you might have. One elder law attorney e-mailed us after speaking with a client of his that we helped. He wrote, “Thanks for making me look good.” We would love to help you look good, too, by being one more tool in your toolkit for helping your clients.

Human Resources Professionals

There is overwhelming evidence that stress related to family life can negatively impact job performance. Adult children with aging parents may be seeking advice from you about how to help their loved ones, and these issues may be outside of your scope of interest and expertise.

How We Can Help You

We are available to speak to your employees on a wide range of topics related to senior care. Our seminars provide both comfort and practical information to help your employees navigate this new territory in a manageable way. If there is a topic that is of particular interest to your company, we can tailor a program for you – whether it is a single “lunch and learn” talk or a series of seminars.

Some companies offer senior care consulting as a benefit to their employees. If your company offers this type of benefit, we’d love to talk with you about being an ongoing resource for your employees.

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