Jennifer's adult son has ADHD, a learning disability and mild mental retardation. He lives with his parents and has been a client of Intervention Associates' since 1998.
“I found my care manager at Intervention Associates through PNC bank. Someone there recommended her. When we met her, she was very pleasant. I could call her anytime for help or suggestions. She would go with me to appointments, and she would even make appointments for me. She would recommend different programs for my son.” Read More>>
Lorraine is an older woman with a live-in aide. She has been a client of Intervention Associates' since 2007.
“My brother lived with me after our parents were gone. After he passed away, I was alone in the house. My sister said I should let her know when I needed help and she would find someone. When I eventually called her, she looked in the newspaper and saw an ad for Intervention Associates. It was really wonderful for us!” Read More>>
Ross's mother developed rapidly progressing Alzheimer's disease. She was a client of Intervention Associates' for two years, until her death.
“My mother, Shirley Schriftman, developed Alzheimer’s disease in 2007. By late summer she needed continual supervision at the home we shared. Mom was 82 when she was diagnosed and 84 when she died. It became difficult to work and watch her on a continual basis.” Read More>>
Irene serves as power of attorney for a dear friend who suffers from dementia. Irene's friend has been a client of Intervention Associates' since 2005.
“I've worked with my care manager for so long—she's fabulous. The results are excellent and the care is very good. Intervention Associates has made it so easy for me!” Read More>>
Sue's mother broke her hip and never recovered. She was a client of Intervention Associates' for six years, until her death.
“Six years ago, my mother fell in Florida and broke her hip. She was taken to a Florida hospital where they repaired her hip, but she never fully came out of the anesthesia. She was never quite right after that.” Read More>>