About Us

“You are a dynamic and giving couple. So grateful for your service.”                                                                                                           − Diana B. (Picture Rocks, Pennsylvania)

Words like those from Diana are so meaningful to us and much appreciated.  We are dedicated to helping families communicate about their health, personal care, and aging issues.  Our mission is to prepare individuals for changing roles and responsibilities in caring for the impairments and debilities of loved ones as they age, as chronic diseases progress, or as terminal diagnoses are received.  You can talk about this … and we can help.

Cindy Moyer MSW LSW is a licensed social worker experienced in caring for home care and hospice patients, nursing home residents, and their families.  She has been a hospice volunteer and has worked with residents in long term care settings.  Her personal experiences as a caregiver and advocate for beloved family members enable her to empathize and communicate compassionately.  Cindy received her BA in Psychology from Susquehanna University and her MSW from Marywood University.  She has been a Certified Dementia Practitioner®.  Cindy is a former Director of Social Services & Admissions for a Central Susquehanna Valley skilled nursing facility.  She currently works as a hospice social worker.

James Desiderati RN (retired) has more than two decades of nursing experience, with the majority spent in home health and hospice care.  Hundreds of patients and families have benefited from his clinical expertise, compassion and empathy, and his caring conversational style. Jim also understands what it is like to care for a loved one from a distance.  Jim received his RN from Excelsior College School of Nursing.  He is a retired Hospice RN and Nurse Specialist in Hematology/Oncology. Jim is also a certified End of Life Doula.

Caring Choices is located in Central Pennsylvania where both Cindy and Jim were raised.  We have progressive ideas about meaningful conversations related to aging, healthcare choices, and dying/death planning.  While we acknowledge the value of technology, we wholeheartedly believe that these very personal conversations are better in person and in comfortable surroundings.  We are, however, open to online consultations should people desire that.  Contact us for consultation options.