I help families care for their elderly or disabled loved ones.
When a loved one needs help with the basic activities of daily life, families step up to the plate. But then they find themselves in a financial, legal, and medical world of excessively complicated procedures: bureaucracy.
Financial institutions, the health care system, and government agencies are full of complex rules. Families are forced through these bureaucracies at their most vulnerable times—when a loved one falls ill, when medical bills pile up, or when there’s no other choice but the nursing home. It’s so complicated that you don’t know what to do—but you must do something.
My goal is to be the opposite of those bureaucracies: simple, clear, and human. I get my clients through the red tape or avoid it altogether, so they can focus on what matters: caring for their loved ones.