MSRN, formerly the Baltimore Chapter of the National Aging In Place Council (NAIPC), was organized in 2008. In January 2014, our membership decided to become our own entity, consequently, our name changed to Maryland Senior Resource Network (MSRN).
Our members agreed this is a better description of who we are and how we serve.
MSRN has exceeded my expectations!
I joined MSRN more than two years ago. The reasons I joined were to better serve my clients as a Planning and Elder Law Attorney and to continue to build my team of resources that can also further assist the clients when needed.
MSRN has exceeded my expectations concerning both goals. It is however, important to remember that MSRN is no different than any other group you may join. The more active you become, the more benefit you will receive.
Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, I have made new friendships among the members of MSRN.
10 Referrals from Other MSRN Members!
I have been a member of MSRN for two years now. I have always wanted to extend my business to service the senior citizen community and being a member of MSRN has afforded me that opportunity in a trusting and credible manner.
In my two years of being with the organization, I have acquired ten new clients of which three have been repeat customers several times.
I trust my fellow MSRN members!
When I was in the Emergency Response Systems business as a member of MSRN, I had several referrals from other members. Those referrals represented trust from my fellow members.
A tremendous resource group!
Maryland Senior Resource Network has given me a tremendous resource group not only for help with my business but also with business contacts that I can refer others in the community who need their services.
Trusted MSRN resources for brainstorming and problem-solving
Having the MSRN team of professionals at my fingertips is a valuable asset to me and my clients. I never know from day to day what unique situation will pop up with my clients. Having trusted sources to reach out to for either brainstorming on how to solve a problem for a client or direct service from one of these resources is a treasured tool in my toolbox.
I have many trusted resources to send people!
Several years ago I joined this organization when it was National Aging In Place Council. At the time, I had an emergency response systems business. I thought the name of the organization was a perfect fit for my business.
In 2014, NAIPC became our own entity and incorporated under the name of Maryland Senior Resource Network (MSRN).
Now I have many trusted resources to send people when they are in need of help with things like; where to go for a companion or aid for a parent; who to talk with about a facility that is right for their parent, grandparent; who to recommend for handyman services or even who can help a senior with their checkbook.
All these people are known to me personally and I find trustworthy and honest. The resources in MSRN are all high-end professionals, who I find I would not hesitate to refer a potential client to.