At Sundance Care Specialists, we provide a team philosophy for Care Management. Our Care Managers have a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and expertise that all add value to our clients. Some have worked in Nursing Home Administration, Assisted Living Management, Social Work, Mental Health, and with Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disorders. We have now chosen to work as Care Managers. Although we may play many roles, our fundamental loyalty is to the older or vulnerable person who is our client. We maintain good working relationships with the family members and other professionals involved in the client's care. In addition, we advocate for clients within complex systems of public and private social services and health providers. We remain loyal, trustworthy, and accountable to clients, and at all times follow the NAPGCM's Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.


Sundance Care Specialists was established by Doug Reuschel in 2006. We have helped hundreds of families since that time. Doug grew up in a very small town in Western Illinois and started working at a facility where his great-grandmother lived. He is a skilled musician and began using this talent in working with seniors and helping plan activities for them. He has worked with individuals and families since 1986. He has worked in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Communities, Hospital environments, a Psychiatric Hospital and held a variety of positions in Healthcare Management.

Doug served on the Board of Directors for the Alzheimer's Association in San Antonio, as Chair of the Elder Services Provider's Network at United Way of Greater Houston, Friends of CanCare Advisory Board, and as President of the South Central Chapter of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers which encompasses a 4 state region. He is a Care Manager ~ Certified (CMC) through the National Academy of Certified Care Managers. Doug is active in the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) and has assembled a highly experienced team to help advocate for you!

Doug is a frequent speaker at local Caregivers Conferences and is active and involved in a variety of organizations such as the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers, American Society on Aging, Eldercare Service Providers Network at United Way of Greater Houston, Houston Gerontological Society, and many others. As his parents were teachers, he also feels a passion to educate and better inform consumers that may be facing a caregiving or health challenge. He is available for speaking engagements for your group, church, or organization.

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