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“Kathy essentially performed the duties of a wise and caring older sister, physician’s assistant, personnel director and all around Renaissance woman! From the day I hired her until the day mom left this earth Kathy was all my mom or I could have asked for. I recommend her to anyone considering services as a talented, brilliant gerontologist and exceptional, compassionate human being.”
John W. Green - Los Angeles, CA

“Dear Kathy,
You helped on so many levels, especially navigating through the roller coaster of emotions and finding the perfect match of caregivers. I feel so blessed and grateful for all that you gave my mom and family in encouragement and support. May God bless you and keep you for the wonderful work that you do.”

Patty Buch & Family, Menlo Park, CA

“When you’re dealing with aging, you need someone who is in the game, who is compassionate and understands the patient’s perspective and the family’s perspective. And Kathy was that person. She was like a guide.”

Bob Belous, Client
“I have recommended Faenzi Associates services to many friends. Their feedback has been more than positive and I truly believe Kathy is one of the most caring, loving, warm and beautiful human beings I know, who can assist you with a very challenging journey.”
Pat Toomey, San Mateo, CA

Success Stories

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August 1st, 2017|Comments Off on Mary

Chasing Anger At 87 and living alone, Mary was having no [...]


July 24th, 2017|Comments Off on Peter

Peter is a 69-year-old man that we’ve been helping for the past eight years. When we first met him, Peter had major chronic health conditions and

Jane and John

July 24th, 2017|Comments Off on Jane and John

Jane and John were an elderly couple facing multiple crises. Jane had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia. Alongside her memory loss and other cognitive issues, she could no longer manage everyday


July 24th, 2017|Comments Off on Sarah

Sarah was 81 years old and living alone. She was showing early signs of Alzheimer’s disease and had lost her driver’s license—a big blow

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