allowed us to remain independent
I recently had a stroke and am no longer able to drive. I got Benita’s name from my neighbor and she has been very helpful. She transports us to our doctor appointments, to the hospital for tests, and helps us get groceries. Since we are all right in every other aspect, this has allowed us to remain independent and in our own home.
it helps to have someone to keep me informed
My Dad’s elder care lawyer suggested I speak with Benita about help for my dad. I live in South Carolina, and Benita was very helpful when he needed to move from independent to assisted living. She also converses with his doctors and the nurses on staff where he lives. She has managed to reduce both his cable and cell phone bills, and reviewed his medications with the right doctor to ensure he was not overmedicated. It has been difficult to watch my Dad’s condition worsen, but it helps knowing I have someone right there in St. Louis to keep me informed.
What a relief it was
I have known Benita for over 15 years and she has been instrumental in helping me get things around my home in order. I inherited my parents “stuff” and had a lot of my own as well. Over a weekend, we managed to clean out my garage so well that I no longer have to walk sideways to get around my car! What a relief it was to see all that “stuff” go away—either to charities or trash. We are tackling old paperwork next!!
Easy to work with her
I was recommended to Benita by my trust officer. She has helped me get my life back together. She is so non-judgmental it made it easy to work with her. I now have a budget, a driver’s license, a car, all my debt is paid off and I have a part-time job. I am well on my way to being independent again!