I have witnessed the complexities of our health care system firsthand. From the finest medical institutions to state safety net facilities, I have learned to be pro-active through every level of care management and treatment and never take anything for granted.
My clients can choose from a range of services including but not limited to: researching the best doctors for your diagnosis, establishing communication with your medical providers, accompanying you to doctor’s visits, obtaining testing and preparation information, and educating you about treatment options, medications and research trials. For many clients, home safety is paramount. In home visits ensure that my clients are maintaining a healthy lifestyle, medicine management is being upheld and basic needs are being met. As an advocate, there are no needs that go unresolved. Protecting my clients and seeing them properly cared for medically, emotionally and from a financial/insurance perspective is paramount to me.
Having spent years volunteering at nursing homes and assisted living facilities I have an innate desire to provide compassion and advocacy for our elderly population. Often these patients are suffering with multiple commodities and complex medical conditions. An advocate will ensure their voice is heard and their care is well coordinated within specialists and providers.
As a lifetime spinal patient with 3 spinal fusions I also live with chronic pain. I am sympathetic to fellow sufferers but at the same time I advocate for everyone to live a happy and active lifestyle. At 28 yrs. old, my daughter had her 1st spinal fusion in NYC. She contracted mercer, a hospital acquired infection. This resulted in complications that endangered her life. I was blessed to be present daily, but the frustration of coordinating care, the lack of communication between specialists and suffering from exhaustion, we were truly overwhelmed.
Thus my road to help others began……
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I was leaving New York after 23 years, and I was very concerned about leaving behind an old friend of mine. He was in his late 80s when I moved to Boston (he’s 93 now). Long spells in the hospital and rehabilitation as a result of Covid, primarily, have rendered him unable to walk any more–and he lives on the 5th floor of a walk-up building. And now the landlord is threatening eviction. And these are just a few of the situations that Aimee has confronted on Ted’s behalf.
In addition, she keeps in touch with Ted’s friends with updates, generally via email. I don’t know exactly where she came from–I just remember everyone talking about this amazing Aimee–but I can’t thank her enough for all she has done, including being our “liaison” to our friend as he goes through many health challenges of being elderly–both health and financial.