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Crisis Coaching Lobbying

Principal Caesi Bevis is a Federal Healthcare  Lobbyist.  She answers behests for government appointed and elected  officials, and responds to "breaking news" that affects delivery of or  use of healthcare systems.

As a professional writer, keynote speaker, and content creator for  Crisis Coaching, she monitors breaking news stories for U.S. and Canada,  as well as worldwide.

Her passions included working on Aging in America (and Canada) issues  - especially positions of government to "age in place" (stay in your  home) which she believes mislead aging seniors to believe that this is  the "only" plan. Reality is - less than 25% of seniors or elderly will  be able to remain in home until death.

Caesi Bevis' motto is Say, "NO!" to Bog and Fog.  Stop the endless redundancy of paperwork and end the confusing  paperwork, as well as stop making it hard for seniors, elderly, and  people who are not familiar with the Internet to be able to source  information fast and efficiently.


As a Federal Healthcare Lobbyist for Crisis Coaching, Caesi Bevis does not receive a salary for this work.

All of her work is supported either directly, or indirectly, through individual and corporate sponsorships.Crisis Coaching receives no government grant money so that it may remain independent from political agendas.

If you are able to contribute or sponsor, donations and sponsorship are always welcomed, appreciated and needed.

Present Sponsorship Campaign:

Presently, we are lobbying for consolidation of federal and various  state laws to create uniformity about how people with disabilities and  their medical "in service" animals are accepted to accompany them into  public and government facilities.

Today, returning veterans, with emotional support dogs trained to  assist them with a psychological issue  (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)  may not be able to travel with confidence and know that they can stay  at any hotel. Many hotels will have an attitude about accepting an  emotional support dog as an overnight guest. The Americans with  Disabilities Act accept "medical" support dogs, but not "emotional  support" dogs.

The Americans with Disabilities Act passed in 1990. Capuchin monkeys  previously were used to assist quadriplegics.  Since then,  pigs,  ferrets, and cats, just to name a few other animals, are now often used  to assist a person with medical disabilities.

Help us take a stand for accessibility for all animals giving  medical service. It's time we clarify "reasonable accommodation" for  people with disabilities. They are not second class citizens  and residents. If their animal is serving for a medical purpose, it is  serving for a medical purpose. The ADA needs updating. It's time we take  the medical decision-making about deciding on necessity out of the  portfolio of minimum wage employees working front desks of hotels, or  greeters at restaurants. It's time that off-property managers are not  making decisions without knowing the situation. Owners of animals  serving medically are usually very responsible with their animals.

Even transportation, housing and employment laws have been updated.

PLEASE HELP TODAY. No amount is too small!

For more information on our Sponsorship program, please click here:

Corporate sponsorships generally start at $2000 in exchange for advertising or other "packages."

NOTE: Sponsorship is not a tax deduction. Crisis Coaching is a Community Wealth Enterprise.

Sponsor Levels Named after Sample "Service" Animals: