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CMC, Certified GCM, RCFE Admin, JD, MA
David has worn a few different hats in his career, though the one that seems to fit the best is geriatric care. For the last few years, he has successfully led teams to make the final time of life good for elderly San Diegans in their own homes. Previously, David owned and operated The Park at Mount Helix and founded an Internet-based senior housing referral service, AssistMatch. Early in his career, he practiced corporate law in Taipei at Jones Day and later served as a Business Advisor at the microfinance nonprofit, ACCION San Diego.
As a foundation to his career, David’s most useful degrees are his B.S. in Business Administration from Biola University and his J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law at U.C. Berkeley. The not-quite-as-practical program was the M.A. in Practical Theology from University of San Diego. At various times he has held licenses in California as an attorney with the State Bar, as a broker with the Department of Real Estate, and as a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly Administrator with the Department of Social Services. He is a Care Manager, Certified through the National Academy of Certified Care Managers and a Certified Geriatric Care Manager with the Aging Life Care Association.
David has served as a board member and member in both nonprofit and for-profit entities including Chair Elect of the San Diego Regional Home Care Council, San Diego Cooperative Charter School, La Jolla Golden Triangle Rotary, ProVisors, and the Estate Planning Council of San Diego.
Some particularly favorite activities have included backpacking, hiking & RV'ing. When not enjoying time with his Coast Care Partners partners, he can typically be found seizing the day with his wife, Sarah, and his four children.
Amy Glick has been a practicing Social Worker for 15 years. She earned a BA in Psychology from Syracuse University and did her graduate work at The Wurzweiler School of Social Work/Yeshiva University in New York City. She found her passion in working with seniors at her first Social Work internship working with homebound elderly in Manhattan. Amy has worked with chronically mentally ill patients in a day treatment facility, and has also been a bereavement counselor for hospice patients and family members. Additionally, Amy has worked with children with behavioral challenges, and she has done private practice therapy. She is an avid exerciser, runner, and tennis player and keeps busy with her two sons. Amy also spends her time volunteering in her synagogue.
Paribas Ghalebi has joined Coast Care Partners with more than 20 years of geriatric care experience. As a Registered Nurse, Pari chose the path of dedicating her professional expertise to work with seniors. For more than 15 years, she served as a Director of Nursing for three major senior health care facilities in Nashville, Tennessee, and La Jolla, California.
For the past five years, Pari has been applying all her clinical and social care experiences to Home Care Management. She has offered high standards of care management to many elderly who have chosen the comfort of their own surroundings with reliable care plans along with a team of kind and responsible caregivers.
Teri Scime comes to Coast Care Partners with degrees in both Nursing and Psychology which enables her to offer a well-rounded approach to our clients. In her career, she has found that working with geriatric patients is her passion and recognizes the importance of finding a balance between maintaining one’s independence while ensuring their safety. She especially enjoys building relationships with clients and finding ways to improve their quality of life. At the end of the day, Teri’s goal is to make a positive impact on the daily lives of the people with whom she works.
Teri lives in North Coast San Diego and loves to read, travel, go geocaching or camping – anything that involves spending time with her family. One day when she grows up she would like to learn how to play the violin and tap dance.
Holly's journey in the health care industry started as a caregiver in March of 2004. After a rewarding time working as a caregiver for multiple senior clients, she was promoted to the Office Manager position and enjoyed several years learning the business including HR, recruiting, workman’s compensation reporting/claims etc.
In 2011, the homecare agency she was working for was sold to The Shea Family (Formerly Kennon S. Shea and Associates) and although her role and location were transferred to a new company, the mission of meeting the needs of seniors by providing top-notch care, & excellent customer service remained steadfast. Transitioning again at the Shea Corporation, she was moved into Human Resources for the home care division and assisted in creating an internal culture of care and excellence within the Shea organization. She was then offered an at home position for the company as their full time Recruiting Specialist and remained in that role until November of 2014 when Shea decided to close their doors. The Ensign Group acquisitioned the homecare/home health & hospice agency and once again her role and duties were transferred to a new home care agency. Holly remains dedicated to seniors as well as to employee support and encouragement.
In addition to her new position here at Coast Care Partners, Holly is married with two children, just welcomed her first grandchild, Abbey Lynn, and has four rescue animals! She also volunteers for a horse rescue in Ramona and is very passionate about seniors as well as animal welfare and her family.