My mother told me recently that I “laugh just like Grandma Betty.” I take this as a huge compliment, but not because my Grandma’s laugh was particularly musical to anyone’s ears. It was more of a cackle, heard at the Thanksgiving dinner table or at a particularly silly joke I would spin for her. I take it as a compliment because she laughed loud and often.
At Seriatim, we aim to bring harmony into your life, business and home - but we don’t always do it alone. Sometimes, we need to bring in the assistance our talented partners to complete or complement the project. In this new series of blogs, we’ll introduce you to our valued partners, one by one, so you can get to know their work as well as we do.
A few years ago, the Seriatim team and I had the pleasure of helping an older gentleman downsize his apartment and move into an assisted living facility. Everything turned out all right in the end, but there was one slight hitch along the way...
The year was 1996. It was sometime in the month of November. I found myself in Los Angeles, at a restaurant, waiting to embark on a backpacking trip through Southeast Asia with one of my best girlfriends, and feeling impossibly sad and strange because I didn’t know what would happen next. I wasn’t concerned about the trip; I was more worried about what would happen once I returned home.
Building on her talent and experience in creating and implementing logistical solutions to a variety of challenges, Ms. Weisshappel conceived of a not-for-profit agency, MOBILITY, to collect, sort, store, repair, and redistribute DME and other mobility devices where they can be reused and appreciated by homebound and/or disabled individuals who need them most.