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Lisa Freeman

Consumer Specialist

Consumer Specialist - https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-freeman-27583433

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Lisa Freeman is a Consumer Specialist who has a passion for educating others about the benefits of long term care planning. She transitioned into the LTCI industry after a 15+ year career as a licensed Physical Therapist, and has extensive experience working with seniors in assisted living facilities and adult foster care homes.

Lisa’s excitement for LTCI stems from her career as a PT, but also on a more personal level. Lisa’s mother spent 7 years in a Medicaid nursing home due to a severe form of Multiple Sclerosis, and her family continues to feel the emotional and financial burden of those years.

Lisa graduated from The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. She then moved back home to Oregon to begin her career. Lisa is married with 3 sons and lives in the Pacific Northwest. She enjoys boating with her family, playing tennis, and walking her dog Izzy.

NIPR: 18905324
Licensed in: CA (0M60874), CO, FL, OH, OR, TN, TX (2406677), WA

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Here's what people have to say about Lisa Freeman...

“Ms. Freeman was knowledgeable and helpful.”

 

What would you tell a friend or colleague about your experience?

“That they would be talking with someone who specializes in LTC insurance.”

“Lisa was very friendly, answered all our questions, had good knowledge of the product. Overall a very good experience.”

 

What would you tell a friend or colleague about your experience?

“That it was a no pressure experience and a needed product that everyone should look in to. Lisa was very helpful in helping us understand all of the different products available.”

“Lisa was very knowledgeable. (She) was patient, answered my questions, and gave me options to look at. Did not pressure me.”