Ohana's Care Managers manage client care issues, develop their care plans, prepare court reports on the person's status, participate in financial planning for the clients to ensure that personal needs are factored into the plan, communicate with family members, arrange for ancillary services beneficial to the client, and advocate in the legal and care community for the unique needs and preferences of our clients.
Elizabeth J. Arrowsmith, CPG
Beth Arrowsmith has worked with the elderly and disabled for over 35 years, including 15 years as a geriatric care companion and five years as a care manager with one of the state's largest guardianship agencies before joining Ohana in 2008.
Beth has a Bachelor's Degree in Communicative Disorders, and has been a certified professional guardian since 2002. She maintains her certification through regular continuing education classes.
Prior to the fiduciary business, Beth worked in the developmental disabilities area with community based non-profit organizations such as Special Olympics and The ARC.
Patricia S. Lytton, Ed.S., NCC, CPG
Pat Lytton joined Ohana in 2015 after completion of the state's Certified Professional Guardian certification program. Pat has extensive experience in case management with individuals with disabilities, the elderly, and with individuals with diverse cultural backgrounds. She worked in Florida for the majority of her career as a public school counselor, therapist and case manager. She also performed adjunct work with the Child Protection Team, Mental Health Association, and Sexual Abuse Treatment Program.
In addition to her CPG certification, Pat holds a National Certification in Counseling, has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education & Psychology from Purdue University, and a Master of Education, Counseling degree from University of Virginia, and was an Education Specialist in Leadership at NOVA SE University.
Prior to working in counseling and case management, Pat was a Physical Education Teacher and women's coach in New York.