"All we have is now: And now, I have realized I cannot do life as a solo flight. Angel on my shoulder landed at the perfect moment.
A special and lovely RN, Carol Freeborn arrives about once a month. She coordinates ordering , picking up, preparation, and reminders on all my many meds and sundries. Lo and Behold! This frees me of my burden, worries, and allows me to concentrate on what I love: painting,drawing and especially writing and enjoying my community.
Carol Is knowledgeable, organized and works quietly and efficiently. Since she is an RN, I feel confident that my needs are being met, professionally. Carol is also a welcoming presence, a glow of sunshine. Angel on my shoulder has been guiding my way for about a year, now. As I look at the business card it says "Patient Advocate", yes That is it, they are watching over me.
Well, all we have is now and I am making the most of it. Thank you, Carol and all your angels that make life better, smoother and easier for me and others in the community.
Pauline Bukantz 1-27-2016
Author, Poet, Senior.”
"It has been my pleasure to work with Carol and personally see her dedication to the families she assists. I have worked and volunteered in the field of Memory Care for over a dozen years and have yet to meet another professional like her. She and her team do amazing work helping and supporting families through challenging times and difficult decisions. I would not hesitate to recommend Angel On My Shoulder to anyone who needs assistance for themselves or a loved one. The services, education, care, and support are truly Heaven sent!”
Doreen Cregg, Sr. Family Ambassador, Silverado San Juan Capistrano | Memory Care Community
"Carol was such a help to me and my family when I was having reactions to my medicines. Several doctors had me on several different medicines and I felt awful – Carol was able to guide us through the maze, advise us on questions for the doctors, and help us to find out which medicines I was really reacting to. I feel better than I have in years and Carol is a big part of that.”
Eloise Hoeck, Bradenton, Florida