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Providing Professional, Compassionate Care for Aging Adults in the Denver Area

I'm here to guide you every step of the way.
You don't have to do this alone.

Geriatric Care Managers can help relieve the pressure on family members who may be feeling overwhelmed by the responsibilities thrust upon them as the condition of a disabled or senior loved one deteriorates over time. 

Feeling overwhelmed with the challenges associated with caring for a loved one?

Are you having difficulty balancing your life needs with those of an aging family member?


Geriatric Care Manager 

Meet Brooke

My mission is to help reduce your stress and worry over your loved one and to minimize disruption to your life needs, such as time off from work. 

I look forward to helping you make your caregiving challenges more manageable.


What I Specialize In


Medication Management

Assessment and Problem Solving

Communication with Healthcare Providers

Emotional Support

Care Transitions and Planning

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Find Peace of Mind, Knowing that Your Loved One is Safe, and that You Aren't Alone in Caring for Them

My dad was struggling as his dementia was getting worse. Brooke was great at talking to him and advocating for his wants and needs. She helped us prepare for the changes in his care as they happened and really helped us reduce our worries. 

Steve S. of Pennsylvania
with father in Denver

Dad has dementia and I didn't know how burned out I was. Brooke was able to teach me some strategies to reduce his outbursts. Plus, she found a program so I could get some time off. I can't recommend her highly enough.

Maryanne S. with father
living in her residence

It was difficult for me when I realized I could no longer care for my husband on my own. Brooke helped me deal with my own emotions as well as helping us find the best memory care for my husband. She really took the time to get to know us and made sure the facility knew us too. 

Christy T. with husband in memory care in Littleton

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