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Willow Cordain, Owner

I am a native Oregonian; I grew up in Eugene and have my Bachelor of Science degree in Health Education and Promotion from Oregon State University.

I have worked in Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities in Admissions, as Director and Sales Associate.

 

I am the owner of Willow Care Consulting, doing what I enjoy best. Helping families in stressful times know their options so that a clear path emerges, solutions are found, and families are calmer and less overwhelmed. I have a personalized approach, knowledge of the industry, and compassion when working with my clients. 

I am on the Alzheimer’s Association Regional Advisory Group & the Walk Committee. I was their Chairperson for the 2014 and 2015’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. I am also a member of Southtowne Rotary, since 2017.

 

For the past past 7 years, I have co-facilitated a 10-week Memory Loss Series class for those with dementia and their care partners (offered three times a year). I help teach some of the classes, but mostly I learn along with the attendees from the experts we bring in (e.g., elder law attorney's, Geriatric Nurse practitioners and more). I also enjoy teaching at a variety of other organizations in town, including for the Alzheimer's Association and hospice. 

Living With Memory Loss - offered 3x annually:

https://elderhealthandliving.com/living-with-memory-loss/presenters/

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Team of facilitators and support staff for the Living with Memory Loss series, started almost 20 years ago. Support for people caring for those with memory loss.

TESTIMONIAL

Willow Care Consulting was a miracle for my family. My mom needed urgent help with a particularly difficult situation. Willow not only provided us with several solid options, but she also gave us hope and positivity during an especially hard time for our family. She was organized, efficient, and responded to us quickly... ...Navigating this with Willow was helpful beyond words. I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone, even the seemingly most complicated situation like ours was.

~Daughter, 2022