New Client Forms

New Client Intake Form

Client Rights and Responsibilities

Financial Policies and Informed Consent

HIPAA Release Form

Costs for Services

Email for Forms and Other Questions

Many services an advocate can provide may be unique to the client’s case. These Costs for Services reflect standard, basic care. Your plan of support-care will be discussed at your initial consult. Unless otherwise arranged, all standard consults are pay at time of service.

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Fascial Health

” I’m excited about these! It feels like my own personal “missing link” to aspects of post-tethered cord release healing I never found. Thank you so much!”

Belea Bower – EDS Patient


“It’s so heartening to see EDS patients, advocates and allies connect, especially when it’s led by an EDS-er.”

– Noelle H. EDS Patient

Hope and Empathy

“Rachel is a highly intelligent and perceptive listener who also has great empathy. I highly recommend her as a patient advocate. Her ability to listen and to empathise set up a great space for me to feel valued and heard.
I really enjoy working with her it feels like a team effort where we worked together to both set and achieve my desired goals.” – Tony Crowe

Advocacy Matters

“Rachel has been so helpful in finding proper medical care, gathering necessary info, prepping for appointments, all around supportive in every way. I highly recommend her!!” – Katie

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