The Care Solutions for Elders Team
Tina Cheplick, RN, BSN, CCM
Tina Cheplick has been registered nurse and certified case manager in the field of geriatrics for over 30 years serving Marin County and the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Her extensive background includes acute hospital care, sub acute and skilled care nursing, and experience in working in and with assisted living facilities and community-based programs such as home health and adult day care centers.
As an educator, Tina has developed curriculum for personal care attendants and best-practice models for care giving. She has been an RN re-entry program instructor and served on the faculty of UCSF and Cal State Fullerton. Tina is a regular contributor to various eldercare policy forums as well as a national speaker on aging issues.
Tina developed Care Solutions for Elders to offer elder care advocacy services, guidance and training to improve the lives of elders, families and the individuals who provide care. Her extensive understanding of the aging process, the healthcare system, and the various medical, legal and financial issues gives her the ability to create a comprehensive guided care plan that is specific to each elder’s and family’s needs. Tina’s philosophy is that each guided care plan must run parallel to the financial plan that makes sense for the family. In every case, Tina is committed to providing prompt and straightforward communication so that comfort and dignity are not compromised.
Registered Nurse (RN)
Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN), University of San Francisco
Certified Case Manager (CCM)
Recipient of the Johns Hopkins School Nursing Guided Care Scholarship
Certified Guided Care Nurse
Memberships and Associations
National Council on Aging (NCOA)
Case Management Society of America (CMSA)
Professional Advocate Institute Association
Senior Resource Forum
American Society on Aging
Gina Feiner, RN
Gina Feiner graduated from Georgetown University in 1985 with a BSN. During her ten-year tenure as a post surgical nurse at UCSF, she received the Sophie Robinson Award for Excellence in Care for Cancer Patients. She also established the UCSF Prepare Clinic, a program where patients can receive pre-surgical evaluations and training. Continuing her work with the University of California, Ms. Feiner also served as a DC planner for Home Infusions, working with patients and families to provide assessment, teaching and coordination of home care needs.