SOUL SHERPA: Healthcare and Life Care Advocate For All

Exciting news to report!  SOUL SHERPA is not just a healthcare advocacy business any longer.  SOUL SHERPA is now officially the only professional service company in the country that bundles professional services in the areas of healthcare advocacy, estate planning assistance, financial planning assessment, and emotional support for issues resulting from the monumental changes expected in our changing healthcare world.  Clients may choose only those services appropriate for their individual circumstances.

Prompted by the upcoming changes in healthcare coverage and patient treatment ((President Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) will go into larger scale effect on January 1, 2014, and undoubtedly affect other important life arenas, especially financial, which will in turn effect the emotional)) Lisa has decided to emphasize her expertise to clients in healthcare advocacy, estate planning assistance and review, assessing financial investment strategies and budgeting, and emotional support as clients face their own unique challenges due to these changes.

Lisa’s past and present collaborations with medical and hospital teams, estate attorneys, financial advisers, and therapists will ensure SOUL SHERPA’s clients receive the best advice and support possible in all these arenas.  In addition, seminars, audio and video tapes, and additional publications will be introduced by SOUL SHERPA in 2014, which will address the benefits and challenges ushered in with the ACA’s implementation.

Remember, regardless of where you fall on the age, health and wealth spectrums, SOUL SHERPA accepts clients who inhabit any areas on those spectrums.  Please contact Lisa for a free initial consultation so you may determine if SOUL SHERPA’s services may be of assistance to you.  See the Contact Page for details.

One Response so far.

  1. Dayna Schaefer says:

    I am an individual who lives in the Twin Cities area in Minnesota. I am just starting to research advocate services so I am very much a novice when it comes to a professional advocacy. I am on my own at 56 years of age, and while I can advocate for others very well, it is not working well at all, as hard as I try, to be my own advocate.

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