Local seniors have a new resource to assist them in the aging process.
For Immediate Release – January 18, 2018
Kathy Quinn, CSA
New Resource Available for Bellport Area Seniors in Patient Advocacy
Local seniors have a new resource to assist them in the aging process. Kathy Quinn, Patient Advocate, recently completed a comprehensive course through the Society of Certified Senior Advisors® (SCSA) and earned the certification of Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)®. This designation along with her Health Coach certification and prior experience as a CPA and Fortune 500 Company executive means that seniors and their families now have a professional, trustworthy resource to help them navigate the challenging health care system.
“The CSA course covered a broad range of topics relating to aging, including the benefits of healthy and creative living, the mental and physical changes of aging, and the resources available to assist seniors, including Medicare, Medicaid and other government programs for retirement and healthcare”, according to Kathy Quinn, CSA.
There is explosive growth in the senior population, which means the need for skilled professionals able to serve them is also growing. “I am passionate about using my unique skill set and ability to cut through red tape to assist my clients in getting the support and resources they need”, said Kathy. “I help individuals faced with chronic health conditions or those dealing with the health challenges of aging by coordinating and attending doctor’s appointments, identifying specialists, overseeing care in Skilled Nursing Facilities, Hospitals and Home and assisting with the various challenges of chronic health conditions and aging.”
For more information, visit www.kathyquinnadvocacy.com, email email@example.com, or verify she is a member in good standing at www.csa.us.
About the Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA)
Dually accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the CSA credential applies to professionals in all areas of the aging industry. SCSA is committed to maintaining the high standards of ANSI and NCAA accreditation by continually improving its certification and education programs. To maintain the CSA certification, individuals are required to demonstrate a commitment to high standards, continuing education, professional ethics, and trust.