Caryn Isaacs, Board-Certified Patient Advocate, finds ways for Aging Icons to continue their life's mission. Her clients are people who plan to live life to its fullest regardless of physical limitations. Caryn is a unique resource for older adults who do not have anyone to help them to accomplish their preferred lifestyle going forward, Solo-Agers
As a representative of business and labor organizations, Caryn has over 40 years of experience helping people to navigate the health system. She has guided hundreds of professionals to focus their businesses on the future of the healthcare landscape. Caryn Isaacs started the first physician-owned HMO in New York City. In 2008 Caryn limited her business to working with seniors. She is known for her work with people suffering from MS, Parkinson’s and mental health disorders.
As a leader in the health reform movement, Caryn recognized early on that it was becoming increasingly difficult for patients to find a single source of information about health care options, insurance, legal issues and financial planning. She is currently the Co-Chair of the Senior Umbrella Network of Queens. Caryn is a mentor with the Alliance of Professional Health Advocates and is listed in the Greater National Advocates. She is currently on the Board of PULSE Center for Patient Safety, Education and Advocacy where she co-moderates a monthly networking meeting for Advocates.
Here’s what people say about Caryn: “When they say there’s nothing that can be done, it just means that they don’t know what to do. Caryn always does.” You can see more about Caryn Isaacs and view some of her videos, blogs and stories at GetHealthHelp.com. You can also see her on Facebook and LinkedIn, plus hundreds of Google spots and Blogs where Caryn is interviewed as an expert in her field.