Meet Jessica Seavers

Tailored Advisory Solutions Is Committed To Navigating The Best Possible Living Situation For Yourself Or Your Loved Ones.

Jessica Seavers, Family Advisor

Jessica grew up in the Olympia, WA area where she graduated high school and cosmetology school all in the same year. She spent her early adult years rapidly growing a successful client-based business before she found the love of her life and chose to continue her new life in Bothell with her husband, and a few years later, her son. 

Jessica Seavers has been a highly accomplished mobile Notary Public and Senior Care Advisor based in Bothell, Washington, since 2015. With her extensive experience and expertise in these fields, she has become a trusted resource for individuals and families seeking assistance in navigating suitable senior care solutions. With a deep commitment to personalized care, Jessica offers tailored placement referral services for seniors and their families. Jessica accompanies them on tours, providing invaluable guidance and helping address their specific needs and preferences. 

Jessica’s professionalism, attention to detail, and genuine care for her clients have earned her a stellar reputation in the industry. Her dedication to providing personalized solutions and her ability to ask the right questions make her an invaluable resource for those navigating the often-complex landscape of senior care.

Jessica’s past careers have been successful because she is an excellent listener, problem solver and does it with compassion. Patience and compassion are essential qualities when working with older adults. The elderly often have different needs, including physical, emotional, and social needs. They may require extra time to communicate, express their concerns, and feel heard and understood. Being patient and taking the time to listen and empathize with them can go a long way in building trust and rapport.

“As I give my time to the aging, I discover the tapestry of life they’ve woven, rich with experiences and invaluable lessons.”