“Most of all, thank you for your caring and management of this process. It meant the world for me to know that even though I couldn’t be there, B. was in good hands. It gave him the opportunity to be at home as he wanted. All in our family are appreciative.”
R. (Austin, TX)

“We enjoyed working with you and your team on the Mrs. W. case. As a visiting primary care service, we work with many care managers and appreciate your unique approach to the client.”
K. (New York City)

“On this anniversary, I just wanted to say thanks again for all you did for us. You are an extraordinary person and you do your work with such dependable precision and gentle grace. We were all blessed to be working with you.”​
S. (Denver)

“I am acutely aware that it was your advice and insight that guided my step with regard to my mother, and ultimately provided her (and me) with a workable solution to what was an increasingly impossible and extremely dangerous situation.”
M. (Boston)

“I just wanted to thank you so very much for the great job you did. You have no idea how much I appreciate your help. Not having to do what you did has added years to my life. I will spread the word.”
J. (New York City)

“Thank you again for all of your help in getting our uncle home. John is thrilled to be home and seems to be doing very well. I’m sure your hard work helped make it possible.”
M. (San Francisco)

“I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your patience with and commitment to my Dad.”
Y. (Los Angeles)

“Thank you so much for your professionalism and humanity. Many people forget that the latter precedes the former.”
R. (Israel)

“I appreciate everything you did for my beloved Dad. You provided me security and another pair of eyes. I am grateful to you.”
P. (New York City)

“Our family wishes to thank you for your role in assembling the team to allow J to continue to live at home as long as possible.”
D. (Portland, OR)

“I want to deeply thank you for advice and hand holding that you offered to my family and me over the past month. My mother-in-law died yesterday. Your recommendations to get palliative care involved, your advice on rehab facilities and strategies, and your comforting style were tremendously helpful. We did not feel alone in the process knowing that we had your guidance in our pocket. Your advice and comfort were greatly appreciated.”
J. (Boston)

“You have been just wonderful in helping my mother and me, taking a significant burden off my shoulders, arranging for my mother to live as she wished to live in her own home. I am grateful for your insight and knowledge and for your warm and caring response to Helen.”
D. (Philadelphia)

“As the 1 year anniversary of Mom’s death approaches, I want to take a moment to thank you for all that you did to help us through a very difficult passage. Without you and Tony this anniversary would have been filled with regret and remorse. Instead I am able to look back in relative peace. I remain forever grateful.”
D. (Boston)

“I want to express my deep gratitude to you for your being so central in providing essential services to M. You made her at peace. You wisely and generously maneuvered through an impossibly complex series of health services to accomplish the excellent and loving homecare that M. cherished. I wish many others may also have the same opportunity to benefit from your professional expertise and big heart. I will certainly sing your praises.”
J. (New York City)

My wife and I just want to let you know what a wonderful, caring person Joyce is. She has been so committed and effective in helping us deal with S’s care. We don’t know what we would do without her. She has been on top of things and just great in all respects.
N. (New York)

“Thank you so much for your personal and very kind words.  You and Tony probably knew best what a challenging situation it was. Over the years that we’ve been working together, it has always been a comfort to know that you, and Tony in particular, of course, were in our corner and never left us hanging. You know how Tony can light up a room when he comes in, and that was especially important when we were coping with difficulties.  Sometimes in our meetings together, we would start by lamenting and end up by laughing. I will never forget you both.  I hope we can stay in touch in a different sphere of our lives.”
K. (New York City)

Just a quick note from us with deepest gratitude for sending Stacey to us and implementing your recommended plan of care—with Denis agreeing to be my mother’s primary care practitioner, starting with today’s home visit and ordering in-home X-rays after this morning’s fall. Urban Eldercare rocks!!

“We have been working with Cari Fershing for many months, helping us with our former nanny, J.  I have to tell you that Cari is beyond wonderful.  I don’t know what we would have done without her.  Not only is she on top of literally everything, but she also helped us navigate home care and physical therapy for J., helped with hospitalization, helps with her apartment, and so many other things.  She helped us place J. at Vista on Fifth last week, a much-needed situation. In addition to all of this, Cari is the kindest, sweetest person and a total pleasure to be around. I wanted to let you know how glad I am that I found Urban Eldercare—literally on the internet!!!!—and what a difference Cari has made for my family and Johanna.”
Dr. G. (New York)