A company focused on the financial and health care needs of seniors and people with disabilities has opened three branch offices in Central Pennsylvania.
The company, IKOR Global, works with estate lawyers, wealth managers and other professionals to manage issues that arise for clients who are elderly or disabled. Its offices operate as franchises under local management.
Midstate offices have opened in Lebanon; Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County; and East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County.
The Lebanon and Lower Paxton offices are operated jointly by Mitch Piskur, a York County resident, and Rob Morgan, a financial executive. The East Hempfield office is operated by Leanne Feather, a county resident with a background in health care and elder care.
All three also operate offices under IKOR’s sister franchise, Right at Home, an in-home senior care company.
“IKOR’s comprehensive care-management services are desperately needed by so many families and professional firms struggling under the weight of increasing care-related responsibilities, and by those needing care who lack the voice to protect their estates and advocate for their quality-of-life desires,” Morgan, a Lititz resident, said in a press release.
IKOR Global is based in Kennett Square and has offices in the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and Midwest, as well as California and Texas.
Its offices employ nurse advocates and others who are trained to handle challenges that crop up for their clients, efforts that include navigating the health care system, determining the best settings for care and preventing financial exploitation.