Thanks so much for your consistent and high-quality guidance for me and our family. You are in a business where emotions run high. Sherry, your guidance was invaluable to us in doing what was best for Mom & Dad.
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.
About 3 years ago, MSRN had a Patient Advocate named, Erica, as a member. Erica is a Nurse. I had two friends who desperately needed her help. I arranged for Erica and the friends to connect and the friends have thanked me over and over for the referral. Erica resolved their health situations that were current at that time. They, in turn, referred Erica to other people. A good success story!
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.
The Option Group and I have worked together on a number of situations where a client has no children and no relatives in the immediate area. We work together to create a dome of protection for the client encompassing medical management, quality of life, financial and insurance oversight and ensuring the client’s end of life wishes are being set up and then ultimately fulfilled.
In my line of work as a Professional Daily Money Manager I refer to a diverse collection of individuals and businesses for the various needs of my clients. MSRN is my trusted source for vetted, motivated and caring people to fulfill the needs of my clients.
These needs run the gambit, for example, Senior Handy Services was brought in to install new locks and no trespassing signs at a property of a recently widowed gentleman who requires 24/7 home care companions due to his declining mental status. Not only did Craig send someone to do the work, since the situation was a possible contentious one involving people trying to take up residence in the gentleman’s basement against his wishes, Craig sent a retired Navy SEAL to do the install, reassure the gentleman and make a presence known while posting the signs to hopefully deter the unwanted house mates.
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