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Jessica Bawden is a Senior Care Advisor with Senior Care Authority in Mesa, Arizona. After completing her undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Arizona, Jessica spent 10 years working as an engineer in the medical device industry, primarily focused on vascular disease devices. Throughout her engineering career, Jessica kept looking for the much-needed fulfillment that comes from helping others and started volunteering in assisted living homes. Her desire to serve seniors grew from the love she has for her own grandparents who have been immensely influential in her life. As a result, she spent countless hours providing companionship care for senior residents in assisted living homes, and developed a love and passion for working with them. Jessica saw firsthand the improvement in quality of life that comes when one receives specialized care and realized she wanted to be a part of that process.
After years of planning and preparation, Jessica left her career in engineering and embarked on this new journey. She admits, “Initially, I didn’t see myself becoming a consultant on senior care options. It wasn’t until I realized just how much everyone involved in this transition can benefit from these services – from the individuals needing care, to their loving families, and the health care providers. When it is time for a loved one to transition into long term care, families can feel overwhelmed at a time when they need to make crucial life-changing decisions. I can help them navigate this process as their personal guide and advocate, identifying the best solutions for the family’s unique needs.”
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Leigh Hilton is an attorney and Accredited Estate Planner and has helped over 6,000 families protect the assets that they leave to loved ones from divorce, creditors, lawsuits and predators. She is the author of the books “Who Gets Your Stuff When You Die”, “You’re Not Alone: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease” and “You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver."[read more...]
Bill Diles is an audiologist and 4th generation hearing care professional. Bill and his wife Christine, who is also an audiologist, own 5 clinics in Sonoma County California. Besides running the local clinics, Bill consults with private practices around the country representing the family business known as Pivot Hearing. Bill is often a guest speaker at regional and national meetings. His passion is bringing optimal hearing solutions to those who suffer from hearing loss.[read more...]
Attorney Daniel J. Umlauf is a noted speaker on estate planning. Born in Texas, he attended Texas A&M University before meeting his wife in Switzerland and following her back to North Carolina. He was introduced to estate planning and elder law in law school at Wake Forest University when he wrote a grant to help small farmers in North Carolina who were losing family farms in part due to poor estate planning. He began his own firm, Salem Law, in 2010, and practices exclusively in the areas of estate planning, probate, guardianship, and elder law. Daniel serves as a Deacon at Salem Presbyterian Church, and is the Vice President and President-Elect of the Stratford Rotary Club.[read more...]