Prior to becoming a Community Relations Advisor, Carol was an Eldercare Advisor at A Place for Mom for 5 years. She realized her passion for helping others while working in financial services and creating housing programs. While working with people from all walks of life and living in various locations across the country, Carol learned that knowing your options and planning ahead is the best way to make sure that a transition goes smoothly—whether it is permanent or temporary. She understands the many needs of seniors and is committed to educating professionals in our industry about the services provided by a Place for Mom. Carol serves on the Boards of the Houston Area Continuity of Care and the West Houston Area Continuity of Care. Both are professional groups that encourage the mutual sharing of information among health care professionals involved in continuity of care and discharge planning. In addition, she is an active member of the Houston Gerontological Society.
What I'm passionate about:
My passions include travel, family and reading.
Chocolate and anything with chocolate.
"Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art."
A Note From Carol
"Making decisions about senior housing and care can be mentally and emotionally overwhelming. That was my experience when trying to find the best care options for my father. A Place for Mom provided the information, resources and personal support that I needed to make the best decision. Now I work with case managers, social workers, discharge planners, physicians, elder law attorneys, mental health professionals, financial advisors and many others who help seniors. As a Community Relations Advisor with A Place for Mom, my team provides resources and support throughout the entire process--for you, the patient or the families searching for options. Our goal is to reduce stress and make sure that no one has to go through this transition alone. We want to work with you, the families and the senior so that the outcome provides everyone with peace of mind and the highest quality of life possible for the senior."
- Incognito by David Eagleman
- The Voices of Alzheimer's by Betsy Peterson
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