Experts that care.
The three co-founders bring varied personal and professional experiences to Elder Care Solutions. In our practice together, we bring unique expertise to guide the direction of our business model and core philosophies. We recognize that no one professional possesses the full range of expertise needed to cover the entire front of long-term care and caregiver issues. This is why we focus on helping individuals and their families navigate the challenging terrain by fostering empowerment in family decision-making.
Fred Bailey |
CAO and CoFounder
Fred practiced law for 37 years, the last 4 of which were spent primarily in Medicaid eligibility planning.
It was through that work that he realized how many families were in need of this special financial help.
Fred was in the first group to be certified by the Louisiana Bar Association in Estate Planning and
Administration, and is currently an Accredited Attorney by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
Kimberly Whiter |
CEO and CoFounder
Kimberly has had a varied career including practicing as a medical laboratory scientist, serving on the leadership team in higher education, and finally joining the Elder Care Solutions Cofounders. She brings expertise in interprofessional and interdisciplinary work which provides key perspective for coordinating our work among the variety of professionals involved in elder care decisions.
Kimberly aims to position Elder Care Solutions so more families are empowered by the authority, confidence, and peace of mind that our Care Cost Analysis provides during a regularly stressful life event.
Ken Keller |
COO and CoFounder
Ken, an LSU graduate, comes from a wide background of both professional insurance and extensive church staff and administrative work, instilling him with much depth in finance, risk management, and care costs.
He has developed a real talent for finding solutions to help seniors and their families.
His wide experience in working with people has honed a natural empathy for families dealing with the chaos and bewilderment that so often accompanies this phase of life.