A Note From The Heart

Dear Friends,

We understand that each family’s situation is unique to them. At Heart Light we account for the “whole senior” by factoring in care, costs, socialization needs, geography and who the senior is or was, and what services or programs will keep them inspired and engaged.

We know who accepts pets, offers gardening areas, has the best bridge games, accepts insulin dependent diabetics, works with The Assisted Living Waiver Program, are kosher or kosher-style, have big Bingo pots, offer home baked pastries and of course, have happy hours (which usually starts at 3:30)!

Our mission is to provide you with excellent service and help narrow down the many care and residential options available.  Our goal is to help you find the right place.

We look forward to working with you~

With love,

The Heart Light Family

Stacy Brooks – Founder

Stacy Brooks founded Heart Light in 1997. Prompted by her own experience with her Grandfather who was stricken with Alzheimer’s disease, and the lack of available support and resources, she envisioned a service that would provide residential and care solutions for seniors and their families. Her mission of offering the highest quality comprehensive and personalized service has made her a highly regarded, main stay in the Los Angeles elder care industry.

Previous to her work at Heart Light Stacy Brooks was a sales and marketing executive in the entertainment industry. Her true passion and calling was in being of service to others, and segueing into eldercare was a natural fit. She feels it is an honor to work with and guide families, many times during a critical period.

Stacy has proudly supported the efforts of many non profits in the eldercare industry. In 2012 she was a top fundraiser for the 2012 Alzheimer’s Walk and is the Volunteer Chair for the 2013 walk, and Heart Light has sponsored the JCC Purim Party, Beauty Bus – A Free Beauty Day for Recognized Healthcare Volunteers, Leeza’s Care Connection and MAPS Charities.

Stacy Brooks and Heart Light were chosen as a finalist for the 2013 Healthcare Leadership Award in the area of Healthcare Advocacy by the The Los Angeles Business Journal.