Owners & Staff

President, Owner
Daniel P. Flavin, CRM, CDP
Dan@GraceFulCare.com
703-904-3994 ext.101

Daniel Flavin, a retired Army Reserve officer and past insurance executive, is President of GraceFul Care. He is husband to Erin Williams, son-in-law to Pat Williams, and father to Ryan. With over 25 years of business and leadership experience, he is looking forward to expanding GraceFul Care operations while maintaining the same great experience for both clients and caregivers.

Williams
Founder
Pat Williams, MAT, CSA
Pat@GraceFulCare.com
703-904-3994 ext.103


Community Outreach Specialist
Cheryl Rodakowski
Cheryl@GraceFulCare.com

Director and Scheduling Coordinator
JoAnn Manriquez
care@GraceFulCare.com
703-904-3994 ext.104

 

Billing Department
Daniel Flavin
dan@GraceFulCare.com

Pat Williams and Cheryl Rodakowski are CSA's: The Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® is the leading certification for professionals serving seniors, and is a designation awarded to qualified individuals. Earning the CSA certification requires individuals to pass a rigorous exam and to uphold the highest ethical standards for the benefit and protection of the health and welfare of seniors. CSAs are multi-disciplinary professionals who have demonstrated advanced knowledge in the multiple processes of aging.
 
Daniel Flavin is a CDP:  The CDP® certification represents that the front line staff and health care professional has received comprehensive knowledge in the area of dementia care,  achievement  in completing the Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care course /seminar,  met the NCCDP requirements for CDP® certification, applied for the CDP® certification and received the CDP® certification. The CDP® commits to ongoing professional development through NCCDP Staff Education Week or other educational opportunities and re-certification every two years. A CDP® certification reflects a deep personal commitment on the part of the front line staff, health care professional and the organization’s sense of accountability by abiding by the NCCDP ethics statement, inspiring confidence and dedication in an individual's professional knowledge through quality of life and quality of care provided by the CDP® to the dementia patient.