10 Oct + Senior Citizen and Elder Resources in San Antonio
Professional Organizers in San Antonio
“I have no idea how to handle the next stage of my parent’s life! Do you know anyone who can help me?”
As a Certified Professional Organizer in San Antonio, I am often asked for this information.
Professional organizers in your area should have elder resources that can help you. Here’s a list of elder resources in the San Antonio area. These folks specialize in helping seniors:
1. Spencer Brown
He is a “senior consultant” who helps folks figure out what is best for a senior, then guides them through the maze.
2. Barbara Plovsky
She specializes in senior moves and will help you tremendously in the transition.
Handling With Care
3. John Nelson
He’s a Realtor who specializes in selling homes for seniors who need to downsize or move into retirement communities.
Senior Resource Group
4. Laura McGuire
Her company provides non-medical assistance to seniors who are aging in place. She goes above and beyond the minimum state regulations for background checks.
Griswold Home Care
5. Carol Bertsch
She is one of only a few attorneys in San Antonio who is certified in Elder Law. Once you figure out what needs to be done for your loved one, her office can draw up iron-clad docs.
Law Offices of Carol Bertsch
6. Mark Vasquez
It’s important to review your and your parents’ insurance policies every few years to make sure they cover your needs. If you don’t know who your agent is, set an appointment with Mark to review.
New York Life Insurance Company
7. Senior Living Choices
This is a free magazine available at most health food stores and doctors’ offices. In order to be listed in this publication, companies must be in business for at least five years and have an excellent track record.
Professional organizers everywhere know how important it is to be prepared.
Take it from this Certified Professional Organizer in San Antonio: Don’t wait until a catastrophe strikes to have a conversation with your parents about their wishes. Start researching elder resources and making plans now. Reach out to professional organizers, they have excellent suggestions and resources.