About Transition with Care
Tracey Driscoll, RN, MHA, CCM
Tracey’s 30 years of experience in nursing have spanned the areas of home care, hospice, and health management. Working with seniors, hearing their stories and finding ways to make their lives easier has been her passion. Tracey’s extensive experience working with seniors has given her expertise in assessing needs and abilities, putting in place appropriate support, equipment and community resources, as well as working with assisted living and nursing home communities. Her experiences volunteering as a Certified Long Term Care Ombudsman for the State of Massachusetts have reinforced Tracey’s determination to improve the lives of seniors by providing expertise and support through Transition with Care.
Jill Salamon MSN, MPH, RN
Jill received a Masters in Science of Nursing from MGH-Institute of Health Professions and a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University. Early in her career, she worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner with patients across the lifespan and in Health Education, working with migrant farm worker families. For the past four years, after raising her family, she has been working in the community as a visiting nurse serving the homebound elderly. She recognizes the importance of both the medical and social needs of elders, and provides thoughtful, dignified care while assisting with the challenges of negotiating today’s complex medical system. Jill is a passionate advocate for elders, and seeks to reduce stress on her patients and their families.
Nathalie H. Mason LCSW, CDP
After serving as both a medical social worker and hospice social worker, Nathalie joins Transition with Care with a wide variety of experience. Nathalie is a graduate of Salem State University, where she earned her Master’s degree in Social Work. As an end-of-life specialist, she brings an intrinsic talent for working with patients and families as they journey into complex, often-confusing medical situations. She also has a deep passion for supporting patients and families enduring life-limiting illnesses. Within her own family, she acts as the point person for health needs, most recently navigating the care for her parents with dementia.
From both her clinical and personal experience, Nathalie brings a vast knowledge of developing assessments, coping with chronic illness, and referring to appropriate community resources. She views each situation as unique, priding herself on providing tailored, compassionate assistance for all individuals in her care.
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Serving clients in Acton, Boxborough, Concord, Lincoln, Sudbury, Westford, Boston and other communities in and around Middlesex County Massachusetts as well as Southern New Hampshire. Transition with Care is bonded and insured.