Krystal Wilkinson, Certified Senior Advisor
A Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) has knowledge about aging and important health, social and financial issues that affect the majority of seniors. A CSA has demonstrated expertise in a professional discipline serving seniors and has chosen to supplement their professional knowledge with the CSA education.
All candidates for the CSA designation must meet eligibility requirements established by the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. These requirements include:
- Education about senior issues and/or experience working with seniors
- Pass a criminal background check
Pass the CSA Designation exam
Pass the CSA Code of Professional Responsibility exam
Congratulations to Krystal Wilkinson, President Adultcare Assistance Homecare, for exceeding the requirements to become a Certified Senior Advisor.
Discovering our limitations is tough. My family knows firsthand. When my husband was diagnosed with cancer we experienced sadness, exhaustion and stress. My commitments to work and family stretched beyond my capability. As others joined beside me, we pulled together as a team. More important to my respite, my husband was able to thrive at home. This is vital as living at home empowers independence, recovers dignity and grants familiarity leading to a healthier life.
Through my experience, I learned that home care in Arizona is different than in most of the country. Arizona permits the use of independent contractors and does not require criminal background clearance for caregivers. The lack of regulation in Arizona places citizens at risk. The more I have learned, the more I have become involved in protecting seniors and their families. This has led to Adultcare Assistance Homecare maintaining the highest standards for caregiver selection and training. My desire to protect Arizona seniors extends beyond my company with my appointment as the President of the Arizona Chapter of the Home Care Association of America.