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As we and our loved ones age, it can be difficult to manage and decide what is best for one’s care, safety, and happiness.


Laura helps navigate these transitions, assisting you and your family in finding resources to make your daily life easier. She works with you to form a long-term care plan and find local services to best suit your needs. She is especially helpful when families live far apart, providing updates and information regarding a loved one’s care. This is all done while keeping the person's holistic needs in mind — from their physical needs to their emotional concerns and reactions. She has resources for in-home care and hands-on experience with local independent living, assisted living, and rehabilitation communities. ​


  • Care plan creation

  • Care coordination (in-home and long-term care communities)

  • Patient care advocacy (attend appointments and provide synopsis for review)

  • Long-term care insurance maintenance 

  • Home safety improvements to support aging in place

  • Logistical organization for potential moves

  • Provider of resources and recommendations

  • Caregiver stress relief and respite care options

  • Facilitation of mediation and family meetings

  • Communication with family members

  • Grief education and counseling

  • Hospice and palliative care educator

  • End-of-life planning

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