RACHEL BRYANT, BA
Rachel’s work with the elderly began in 1993 in Tallahassee, FL. While beginning to study for a master’s degree in Health Care Administration, she became a volunteer for the local council on Aging. In 1994 she accepted a position as a case manager with the Council on Aging in Albany, GA advocating and assisting seniors with disaster recovery following a devastating flood in South Georgia. Her passion for advocating for the elderly led to a career change. She pursued an Associates degree in occupational therapy. She has almost 20 years in the medical field working as a COTA/L in skilled nursing facilities.
Her strong belief in the value of seniors not just as family members but also valued members of society is why she is committed to providing platinum service and
advocacy to seniors and families in need. “It is an utmost privilege to be able to help others just as I would my own beloved family members.”
Rachel’s credentials include:
Bachelor Degree in Business Administration (BA) from Valdosta State University, Georgia in 1992
Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy (AS) from Darton College, Georgia in 199
Advisory Board Member (Preserve the Vibe), Dunedin FL since 2016
Seniors and animals are Rachel’s passions. She is a volunteer with Dunedin Doggie Rescue, Canine Estates Inc., and Suncoast Animal League.