Health navigation and advocacy is our specialty. Ensuring your living environment is safe and comforting is our passion!
Issues involved in aging in place and relocating can be overwhelming for both you and your family. The decisions you must make are often very sensitive and complex. Our team is composed of experts with years of experience working with Seniors. We have a Realtor and Certified Relocation & Transition Specialist; Medical Doctor; Social Worker and Professional Organizer available to ensure your safety and happiness. We monitor your progress throughout your entire voyage and always act in your best interest.
Our process begins with a thorough wellness assessment. We evaluate your physical, mental and emotional health. We consider the entire family dynamic, energy levels, your ability to get around and any care needed for your pets. Our team then creates a plan with your well-being at its center.
Hearth offers a comprehensive, complimentary consultation for you to learn more about aging in place or transitioning into a new living environment. Call us at 415-496-5660 for more information about how we can help you.
Founder and Owner
Lisa’s mission is helping others achieve and maintain optimal health using a wholly integrated and holistic approach. From helping people organize their living environments, to assisting one of her clients win an Olympic gold medal in swimming, Lisa loves helping others live their fullest lives.
Lisa is a Realtor as well as a Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist. She knows the intricate details of what it takes to transition from one living area to the next. Lisa is also an expert in the health and wellness industry. She understands the importance of maintaining optimal health especially during and after making changes in your living environments.
Lisa’s life and work create the foundation for all the unique, health-related services that Hearth offers. She has been a health educator and massage practitioner for over seventeen years. During that time, Lisa has worked with all kinds of hearts, minds, and bodies from athletes to elders. She has worked extensively with the Cal women’s swim team, interned at Stanford in sports medicine, and supported senior communities all over the Bay Area as a certified Community Mental Health Worker.
Lisa is excited to bring her experience and expertise to support you and your family in making one of your most important life decisions seamless, transparent, and pleasurable.
John Cranshaw, M.D
Dr. John Cranshaw graduated from Harvard Medical School. He also received degrees from Emory and Stanford Universities. Dr. Cranshaw has been practicing medicine, both hospital-based and primary care, for over twenty years. He also has extensive experience working with the elderly and speaks Spanish fluently.
Vicki Landes, LCSW
Spanning 28 years, Vicki’s background in the field of health and human services has provided her experience with a wide variety of healing modalities.
Vicki has worked with the Senior population her entire career. Understanding the issues Seniors face, she is happy to provide support, advocacy, and resources whenever she is needed.
Vicki is both a social worker and hands-on healer. She uses skills and experiences from both specialties in her work. She received her Master’s degree in 1993 and Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in 1996. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, hospices, and integrative medical clinics.
Vicki takes a holistic approach to her work and believes that healing is best achieved when the mind, body, and spirit are supported. Through the assessment process, she helps determine what is needed on all levels, formulates a care plan, and assists with its execution.
Currently, in her role as the Breast Care Coordinator for Kaiser Permanente in San Rafael, Vicki serves as a health navigator providing counseling, care coordination, resource linkage and advocacy for patients diagnosed with breast cancer. She follows them through the continuum of care from the time of diagnosis through survivorship. She has also maintained a part-time private practice providing a form of hands-on healing called Jin Shin Jyutsu (a Japanese style of acupressure) and greatly enjoys the balance her private practice brings to her life.
Gina migrated to the Bay Area from Charlotte, North Carolina in 1990 and has been expressing her creativity through art and design since she was young.
Gina’s studies sparked a strong desire to serve others. As she grew personally and professionally, she learned (through much trial and error) how to construct a sustainable situation for herself and lead a more fulfilling life.
Gina continues to deepen her passion for her profession by helping others find more manageability in their work and living spaces through the process of organizing and de-cluttering. Most significantly, she recognizes varied approaches work for different people. Her gentle style enables her to create a very personal and unique approach for each client with a focus on efficiency.
Gina has learned that you can experience life’s greatest reward by appreciating the beauty in simplicity. When everything has a place, and everything is in its place, there is more time to spend living and enjoying life!
She is also very understanding and does not pass judgment based on the condition of your unorganized areas; she understands where people are coming from in this regard.