{ABM} is pleased to add Elder/Adult Family and Faith-based Mediation as a new service.

Mediation is the perfect extension in the growth of Ascend Bereavement Management {ABM} and its outreach with helping families cope not only with death but with the issues that one encounters before a loved one falls ill and those decisions that need to be agreed upon and decided on by all after the illness.

What is Mediation and why does it help?

Mediation: a neutral person called a “mediator” helps the parties try to reach a mutually acceptable resolution of the dispute. The mediator does not decide the case, but helps the parties communicate so they can try to settle the dispute themselves. Mediation may be particularly useful when family members, neighbors, or business partners have a dispute. Mediation may be inappropriate if a party has a significant advantage in power or control over the other.

1. Mediation is held in a controlled and neutral environment for all parties to discuss the issues at hand and how you have arrived to your present issues.
2. First-step before engaging attorney.
3. Understanding the goals of the family if/when you need to engage an attorney.

If you have a loved one in the hospital/nursing home and are having difficulty communicating with staff and doctors,
Bio-ethics consultancy is also available.

NY State Certified.

Call for additional information and rates.

Leslie Short
917 627 6974

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