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In our last newsletter, our Chief Operating Officer Emily Duncan said that her experiences have made her who she is today: an advocate for our clients while helping to grow Paladin Life Care so we can help even more people.
My mom, Paladin Life Care CEO Alice Paxton, had started the business and I had become a divorced mother of two children under the age of three. I told her I could help out with the back end of the company while she continued to work directly with clients, offering our services to people in need.
A young man had been suffering from a traumatic brain injury since age 19 and was incapable of living on his own. Also, his parents did not believe in doctors and he had not seen one in more than 30 years! He lived with mom and dad until they passed away. Now at 57, it was time to settle the estate and sell the house, but he didn’t understand why. Nor did he want to move. See how Paladin Life Care resolved this dilemma.
“Brad” was a 57-year-old opioid addict and alcoholic, diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. His brother doesn’t talk to him and his sister only checks in once per year, if at all.
I’d like to introduce us! We are Paladin Life Care, formerly IKOR of the Greater DC Area, a unique life care management firm.