A creative approach to your quality of life.
Rebecca really wants to help people and she has helped me immensely. She is very perceptive and kind. I love the caregivers she finds for me. They are honest, efficient, intelligent and capable individuals.
Ms. Rebecca has been my case manager for years now. I experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury in 1993 and now she coaches and helps me navigate my life decisions. Rebecca has always made sure that I have a very safe, secure home environment staffed with a great team of people. We work as a collaborative team with me at the helm. Rebecca collects ideas and puts them into play. She’s my best advocate giving me choices at every turn – I feel that I am 115% included.
After having little success finding the right things to do to help our struggling child, we turned to Rebecca. She listened to our family history, paying close attention to family dynamics, and then devised a plan. Her instincts are right on and she has a phenomenal ability to navigate the complexities of the social services system. Rebecca does not sugar coat the realities of the ongoing struggle. But she and her excellent staff continually encourage and support our family. As our child continues to reach new levels of competency and self-reliance, they have given us something invaluable...peace of mind and a renewed sense of hope.
I had done everything I could think of to help my son, but I still could not imagine his future. Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and Narcolepsy at age 14, he had stumbled through high school. Then life became overwhelming for him. Attempts at school and work resulted in devastating failure which exacerbated his illness. Now an adult, he was completely dependent on his family. He needed a new kind of help. That’s when I called Rebecca Whitmire. Rebecca got to know my son and forged a way forward. She interfaced with our family and his medical team. She brought in a combination of private and government services to access his challenges and his talents. She arranged for support where he needed it and challenged him to be a full participant in his own recovery and independence. She was a wonderful coach, making this a process of discovery for him. He learned what his capacity is and where he excels, what his challenges are and what types of support he needs in order to succeed. Today, my son is happy. He moved out and lives with a group of good friends where he continues to pursue his main passion, which is music. Rebecca and her staff helped him to receive benefits, so he has financial independence. They also put tools in place for money management. His health is rebounding and soon he will start looking for a part time job. When I look back at that first call to Rebecca, it all seems like a miracle. But it wasn’t. It was knowledge, talent, and thoughtful persistence. Thank you and your amazing staff, Rebecca.
I have worked with Rebecca on several cases over the last 10 years. She is thoughtful, caring and respectful of the independence of the clients we serve. I have no hesitation in recommending her company.
I have known and worked with Rebecca Whitmire for several years. I trust that when I refer clients to her for fiduciary or case management services they will be treated with dignity and respect. Rebecca is competent, caring and works tirelessly for her clients. Rebecca is well respected by her peers. Rebecca simply produces excellent results for the individuals and families that she works with and exceeds client expectations.
As a psychologist, I have been so incredibly grateful to have Rebecca’s involvement with some of my young adult clients. She has helped my clients generalize their therapy goals of becoming more independent and well-functioning members of society by identifying exactly what they need from a logistical perspective and then helping implement these tools and skills. This has allowed therapy to become more effective and has helped my clients achieve their therapy goals which were incredibly difficult to do so without Rebecca’s strategic support. Rebecca is affectionately referred to as “the boss” by some of my young adult clients in that they know they have to face her if they do not meet her expectations and agreed upon goals, and this matters to them! She has high expectations and holds my clients to a high standard because she believes them to be capable, yet also provides them with the support and resources they need to be successful and carry out their goals and aspirations. Rebecca is also extremely skilled at knowing what is coming down the pike, is highly intuitive, and can look ahead and anticipate future needs and respond accordingly. Her ability to hold firm and clear boundaries and expectations along with her interpersonal style of warmth, nurturing support, and humor seems to be exactly what my clients need.
I have been an attorney in Seattle for over 30 years specializing in personal injury cases. During that time I’ve handled many severe brain and spinal cord injury cases. I have associated case manager Rebecca Whitmire to help a number of my clients. Rebecca has always worked very well with both my clients and their families in formulating and implementing successful care management plans. I give Rebecca my highest recommendation and will continue to retain her in order to maximize the outcomes of my clients.
Rebecca is a phenomenal and professional advocate for my clients. She continually finds creative solutions to the complex problems that seem to endlessly surround our special needs clients. Rebecca is totally grounded. She works tirelessly to make solid connections with our clients and their families, even when delivering tough messages. And, I always appreciate Rebecca’s good humor, as well as her competent, good-hearted and professional staff.
Rebecca has provided case management services for many of my clients. She is always organized, efficient and on top of any new information that might help my clients. She is a great benefits advocate and has assisted my clients in obtaining state medical benefits to which they are entitled, thus, preserving the money in my clients’ trusts for quality of life expenses. She is also a very personable individual who runs her business with great integrity.
I was living in another state when my son’s dad passed away unexpectedly and prematurely. We had worked it out so that he would be the primary parent in the same city with our son. I moved back to Seattle and had so much work to do to reorganize my son’s life - his living arrangement; his work; his activities. It all needed a complete overhaul. My work in health care administration is very full-time plus, and it was all rather overwhelming.The co-trustee for my son’s special needs trust saw my struggles and suggested I call a case manager that they knew of who was working on other clients’ cases. I had never even thought of something like this and made contact with Rebecca.I had no idea what her support would ultimately mean to my son, and to me. He now has a supportive living arrangement which includes compatible roommates and his own personalized space. He has a regular schedule of activities that Rebecca negotiates with my son and coordinates with the agency that supports him. Rebecca re-initiated the assessment process, interrupted years ago by his grief that was needed to support him in a work situation. After months of meetings, work setting interviews, etc. he now has 2 days of supported work. When my son had a significant mental health episode requiring hospitalization, Rebecca ensured that his time at the hospital was well supported and his discharge plan included close monitoring and follow up. He ultimately returned to a higher level of functioning with this ongoing support.The list goes on and the benefits are immeasurable. For me, I can sleep at night. I know that my time is limited and that my son’s needs are greater than one person can meet. With Rebecca I have a team and my son has quality of life.