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Over three decades ago, I attended Florida’s A&M University to become a licensed pharmacist in both Florida and New Jersey. Later, I excelled in the Fortune 500 environment, becoming a pharmaceutical business executive at Walgreens Pharmacies, one of Fortune 500’s 3rd biggest healthcare companies. My experience as a pharmacist and Fortune 500 executive prepared me for who I am today. In corporate America, I had been responsible for over $10 million per month in sales. I had risen to the top of my industry, earning multiple awards, including achieving the highest increase in profit for the South Florida market and the highest dollar amount in profit in 2011 and 2013. However, after years of working for corporate America, I have realized that it is about time to follow my own path and pave my way to success as an entrepreneur.

I share this with you not for bragging rights, but because on paper this should have made me happy and fulfilled.

But I wasn't.

Because I had stopped helping people - the whole reason I went into the pharmacy profession in the first place!

Through becoming an entrepreneur, several times over in fact, I learned that being a business owner is about serving others over me. I consider myself a serial entrepreneur - launching several successful businesses over the years.

I’m also the author of the book “Powerful Women in the Modern World” and the Creator of Prescription for Personal Breakthrough, online digital courses.

Today, as an assisted living business consultant and CEO of Life Mentoring Management Group LLC, I help assisted living facility owners to build thriving and profitable facilities within a year.

Entrepreneurship is hard.

I know.

I was where you are now, but together, we can face some of the elder care business challenges such as:

  • Filling the beds while charging enough to be profitable
  • Medication management
  • Hiring qualified senior care staff
  • Handling family concerns in the most dignified manner possible
  • Being a conscientious business owner

What inspired me to start senior care mentoring?

Let me tell you a true story. I will never forget that devastating phone call from the doctor when I learned of my mother’s Dementia. Soon after, the doctors diagnosed her with a frontal lobe tumor, gave her only 10 days to live, and then eventually she passed away. Her death was my wakeup call that is when I realized that my life revolved around my job and not my family.

Soon after my father too was diagnosed with Dementia. I felt that I was robbed of time. I took care of both of them at their home with 24/7 care because I had heard the horrors of ALF. 

Even in their own home, there was an instance when my father’s caregiver did not follow my instructions and procedures. My father was left alone unstrapped on his wheelchair and then he fell. The caregiver never told me about it. After a few days, I saw my father’s bruises all over his body. It was only after I reviewed the security camera when I found out what really happened to him.

I felt so awful and I made a promise and vow to change the elder care industry.

Fast forward I quit my corporate job after 30 years and walked away from high 6 figures and started working for myself and made it my mission to build a safe haven for the elderly.
I turned their home into a assisted living residence that would provide dignity, and a healthy, loving environment. And today I help others do the same, and that is why I do what I do.

My intimate personal experiences, inspired me to create my own assisted living facility and to share my first-hand experiences to new and existing owners with the same mindset as mine, or who may be struggling with their business.
Let me tell you a true story. I will never forget that devastating phone call from the doctor when I learned of my mother’s Dementia. Soon after, the doctors diagnosed her with a frontal lobe tumor, gave her only 10 days to live, and then eventually she passed away. Her death was my wakeup call that is when I realized that my life revolved around my job and not my family.

Soon after my father too was diagnosed with Dementia. I felt that I was robbed of time. I took care of both of them at their home with 24/7 care because I had heard the horrors of ALF. Even in their own home, there was an instance when my father’s caregiver did not follow my instructions and procedures. My father was left alone unstrapped on his wheelchair and then he fell. The caregiver never told me about it. After a few days, I saw my father’s bruises all over his body. It was only after I reviewed the security camera when I found out what really happened to him.

I felt so awful and I made a promise and vow to change the elder care industry.

Fast forward I quit my corporate job after 30 years and walked away from high 6 figures and started working for myself and made it my mission to build a safe haven for the elderly.
I turned their home into a assisted living residence that would provide dignity, and a healthy, loving environment. And today I help others do the same, and that is why I do what I do.

My intimate personal experiences, inspired me to create my own assisted living facility and to share my first-hand experiences to new and existing owners with the same mindset as mine, or who may be struggling with their business.

What sets me apart from other Senior Care Mentors

  • I am a registered pharmacist with over 30 years of Business Executive Healthcare experience.
  • I created my own assisted living so I know the realities and challenges that come from the business.
  • I am able to recognize drug interactions and behavioral changes in a particular medication.
  • I have the RX4success signature system to help owners build a dignified and profitable business.

I have the vision to create a safe haven for the elderly and a movement with other assisted living facility owners to provide service with integrity, heart, and compassion, without compromising care.

I work with the business owners to create a safe haven.

I help assisted living owners to create a dignified compassionate loving environment and be profitable without compromising care.

My vision for the future?

My vision for the future is to create a safe haven for the elderly and create a movement with other ALF business owners to provide service and integrity with heart and compassion.

My mission is to change this industry and provide a better place for the elderly wouldn't it be great to know that we all can look forward to a safe haven as we grow old.

Together, let us fulfill a mission of changing the assisted living industry and provide a better place for the elderly!

Take your next step today.

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