We are a unified group of relationship-focused leaders. We empower the continuous improvement of Care Indeed's ability to create a better world for seniors and caregivers through trusted nursing and elder care services for the Bay Area.
How we treat each other matters more than anything. Kindness is a workplace policy at Care Indeed: the kindness to care for clients with respect and compassion; the kindness to create a company that treats caregivers like family while helping us all to grow professionally and personally. This is how Care Indeed makes a difference in today’s world—one client and one caregiver at a time.
Marketing Communication Manager
A lover of photography, coffee, and all things creative, she is a passionate storyteller and enjoys translating the client journey. Wife and 'mom' to two daughters and thirteen pets, in her free time, you can find her playing outdoors, cracking jokes, or spending time with her family.
Proud daddy who always works hard and does his best. Treasures most the joys of fatherhood and marital bliss.
Loves to hike, cook, and go on culinary adventures around the globe. As a world traveler, she loves to immerse herself in different cultural experiences - learning diverse perspectives stemming from the visual arts to tasting cuisines.
Client Relations Executive
Energetic, hardworking, animal lover, inquisitive, and always up to a challenge.
System Development Officer
A culinary comforter, able to “turn your frown upside down” and charm you with carefully crafted meals.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. Mehrdad Ayati, well known nationally and internationally in Geriatric Medicine, is a speaker, author, and educator. He is an adjunct clinical assistant professor at Stanford University School of Medicine and a member of Ethnogeraitric and Quality and Policy Measurement of the American Geriatric Society. Dr. Ayati is an advisor for many organizations related to the aging population, including the Alzheimer's Association, Northern California, Nevada chapter, the SRI (Stanford Research Institute), and the U.S Senate special committee on Aging.
Associate Professor, Affiliated, Stanford
Chief, Occupational Health, Palo Alto VA
Dr. Thanassi, trained in Emergency Medicine at Stanford and Yale, currently works primarily on national tuberculosis policies with various governmental and non-governmental agencies. She brings perspective from emergency and geriatric care at the VA and Stanford and from a career in ensuring workers' occupational health and safety.
Alzheimer's & Dementia Consultant, Support Group Facilitator, Health & Wellness Advisor, Author & Speaker
Tami Anastasia is an Alzheimer's and Dementia Consultant and Educator. She has a Master's Degree in Counseling, a Certificate in Gerontology, and a Certificate in End of Life. She also has a private practice in Los Gatos called TAMS Alzheimer's and Dementia Support and provides one on one family caregiver support, guidance, and strategies to help make the dementia journey easier on the caregiver. She also works with people with dementia and provides cognitive and physical stimulation.
In addition, Tami facilitates three local Dementia Caregiver Support Groups and has partnered with ElderConsult conducting monthly educational workshops.