In my Elder Law practice, clients come to me in need of help. All kinds of help. They do not know where lines are drawn between what work is done by attorneys, paralegals, social workers, insurance caseworkers, Medicare, Medicaid, Veteran’s benefits, nurses, nursing homes, independent living, assisted living, continuing care communities, non-medical home care companies, medical home care companies, hospice, financial advisors, bankers. And in fact, there is a great deal of overlap among the professions themselves. As a geriatric care manager, Kate Vos provides the bridge among all of the above, and others I didn’t even mention. For a family with a loved one in need of assistance, the vast array of services is quite overwhelming. And while the family deals with this once or twice in most lifetimes, we and Kate do this every day, successfully. We do not refer our clients to others carelessly. We require dependability, expertise, professionalism, creativity, and a caring soul. In coordinating our clients’ affairs that are beyond the practice of law, Kate is an integral (and much appreciated) member of our team.