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Sherri Hunt-Todd, BC Director, The National ME/FM Action Network

"You [Caesi Bevis] did some tremendous work here [in British Columbia, Canada]!!!

"You were innovative, and started it just at the right time! Not every one uses their lives for the good of others, but you certainly do!!! Valuable help, support and knowledge, helps make a real difference in peoples lives. Thank you, for being YOU!!!

(Her response May 11, 2017, in FaceBook Group about the Flashback Weds posting of The Times full page article on Caesi Bevis)

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"In the time I have known Caesi Bevis, when she was case managing for us (I live out of state and my adult children and ex husband have disabilities), she rescued my ex-husband from homelessness, helped him gain access to medical care and assessment, got him back on his medicine for paranoid schizophrenia, and found him a suitable place to live. She also became a caregiver and "guardian angel" as my son, with disabilities, had called her, protecting his interests when he had a medical crisis overlapping his father's crisis. She took on what my daughter and I could not. Here's what she did for us: Arranging and coordinating a move, housing for my ex, navigating healthcare systems, hunting for my ex when he went missing and later was 'patient dumped' by the hospital, helped with missing person police filings, emotional support for my son, supported me through two back-to-back hospital ER emergencies with my ex, sourced two assisted living places for my ex, helped with hospital and state complaint filings, and transportation support for my son to get to work."

- J.M. New Jersey
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"When my wife died fairly suddenly, her family treated me more like we were 'divorced.' Suddenly, I had no blood family at all. I was on my own in a new state and city, and needing to access help. I have permanent disabilities and my wife was not only our wage earner, she was my caregiver and helped me stay on top of medical appointments and getting medical supplies, and such. Now I had no one. I even had less than no one...our family pet had also died recently. I was on my own with no disability check, and no help. Caesi was able to reach people in my state, obtain names and numbers of who I needed to talk to, and help me reach churches in my area who could help me with donations until I could get disability benefits. This was the scariest time I went through. I was surprised that my closest family - my wife's family refused to help, yet here was someone 3,000 miles away who jumped in and did.

G. A., (state withheld)

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"Where was this program when I needed it five years ago...? Taking on my parent's needs after an emergency was a nightmare! Torn between loving my mother, and being available for my family...the time it took to help my mother kept escalating. I was frantic trying to juggle work, family, and my mother...lost so much sleep. I would call government offices and be on hold for an eternity, only to get disconnected. Or, would call on her bills, only to find out without a power of attorney document faxed in, they would not talk to me. Or, trying to reach people in social / community services took forever to find out what I could get for her. We live in another state. It was a mess.

Your program is SO necessary.

- S.A. , San Francisco, CA

Mother, Caregiver and Support to Three – Expat

"I work out of country from where my disabled brother and mom are. You have no idea how hard it is to get things done long distance and out of country until you try to do it. It's not fast. It's not easy. You lose a lot of time by phone trying to reach someone who can just get something done for you. Everyone wants you to just jump on a plane and come there. But, I'm sorry, I have responsibilities here to my family - my husband, my kids, my life. I can't just jump on a plane and go there every time something comes up.

I'm glad Caesi started Crisis Coaching. This work is her life. She is committed to changing things. She's committed to making things a lot easier for people who have to do things long distance or from out of country.

- Z. S.

<b Testimonial: Senior Banking Executive

Sr. Bank Executive - The Ex-Wife / Power of Attorney of Former Schizophrenic Spouse - She Lives Out of State

"In the time I have known Caesi Bevis, when she was case managing for us (I live out of state and my adult children and ex husband have disabilities), she rescued my ex-husband from homelessness, helped him gain access to medical care and assessment, got him back on his medicine for paranoid schizophrenia, and found him a suitable place to live. She also became a caregiver and "guardian angel" as my son, with disabilities, had called her, protecting his interests when he had a medical crisis overlapping his father's crisis. She took on what my daughter and I could not. Here's what she did for us: Arranging and coordinating a move, housing for my ex, navigating healthcare systems, hunting for my ex when he went missing and later was 'patient dumped' by the hospital, helped with missing person police filings, emotional support for my son, supported me through two back-to-back hospital ER emergencies with my ex, sourced two assisted living places for my ex, helped with hospital and state complaint filings, and transportation support for my son to get to work."

- Joanne M., New Jersey

Testimonial: Disabled Widower Needed Urgent Help After Breadwinner-Wife Dies

"When my wife died fairly suddenly, her family treated me more like we were 'divorced.' Suddenly, I had no blood family at all. I was on my own in a new state and city, and needing to access help. I have permanent disabilities and my wife was not only our wage earner, she was my caregiver and helped me stay on top of medical appointments and getting medical supplies, and such. Now I had no one. I even had less than no one...our family pet had also died recently. I was on my own with no disability check, and no help. Caesi was able to reach people in my state, obtain names and numbers of who I needed to talk to, and help me reach churches in my area who could help me with donations until I could get disability benefits. This was the scariest time I went through. I was surprised that my closest family - my wife's family refused to help, yet here was someone 3,000 miles away who jumped in and did."

- G. S.

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