Hurst Guardianship & Senior Services

I communicate, listen, observe, and respond proactively, and I am never afraid of a challenge.

About Katey Hurst

I have a Bachelors Degree from Colorado State University and am a member of the National Guardianship Association and the Colorado Guardianship Association.    

Prior to forming Hurst Guardianship & Senior Services, I worked for many years with people with disabilities in various capacities, ranging from direct care, to case management, and I administered a large residential program for adults with developmental disabilities. I conducted serious incident investigations and make recommendations based on those investigations.  I have in depth knowledge of local resources and programs that allow seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities remain in their homes and communities, and, when necessary, select a quality facility to receive care. I have worked extensively in my career to develop best practices for monitoring to ensure the highest quality services are received. I have experience determining benefit eligibility and understand the landscape of obtaining quality residential and day services.

My passion is helping people live their best possible lives. If you or a family remember needs support, I would love to hear from you.

About Celine Levy

Celine is a registered nurse and provides clinical consultation to our clients. She received her Bachelors Degree in Health & Human Science from Loyola Marymount University and her Bachelors Degree in Nursing from Regis University. Celine has worked for the past 4 years at Children’s Hospital Colorado, where she works in the neurology and neurosurgery department. Celine has an abundance of experience working with individuals, families, and interdisciplinary teams to guide them through difficult and confusing times. She works to get to know the “whole person” so all medical treatment is tailored to individual needs. Celine and Katey work closely to ensure all care plans are meeting the needs of our clients on a clinical level. She often conducts medication reviews and will attend care conference, physician appointments, and home visits as needed. 

Philosophy for Care

From my years working both directly as a caregiver to administering over a large residential program, I have learned that every situation is unique and deserves a tailored plan that is based upon the person's goals. Upon initially meeting my clients, I conduct an in-depth assessment to gather information about current health and safety needs, personality characteristics, religious beliefs, financial needs, and more. I use this information to work through determining the next steps and create a person-centered roadmap. In the case of guardianship, I include the person in all decisions to the fullest extend possible- with my north star set on the principles set forth by the National Guardianship Association. I work to ensure all members of a person's care team are in close communication, and I frequently conduct in person and phone check-ins, will attend doctors appointments, and ensure all caregivers are quality and facilities are held accountable.

I believe every person has a right to dignity, respect, and a helping hand in a time of need.