Doris Haas RN, CCM, CMC

Eldercare Mediation, LLC

Florida Supreme Court Certified County Mediator
Miami, Florida 33180


Child Custody, Divorce, Divorce Modification and Enforcement, Elder, Family, Insurance, Same Sex Disputes, Workplace

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Doris Haas is a registered nurse with 25 years of experience in Broward and  Palm Beach Counties in Southern Florida, including the towns of Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Boca Raton, Hollywood, Coral Springs and their surrounding areas. She is familiar with all aspects of eldercare and the impact these issues have on families. 

Doris is a Florida Supreme Court Certified County Mediator, she is trained and knowledgeable in conflict resolution through the process of mediation. Her professional experience includes hospital nursing, hemodialysis, home health care, out-patient rehab (with an emphasis on treating elderly people with Parkinson's disease), placement and evaluation for nursing homes, and assisted living and retirement communities, and healthcare marketing.

She is a former Director of The Gambro Dialysis Center,  a Senior Manager in both the rehabilitation and home health setting, and a Case Manager. Doris holds her Care Manager Certification awarded by the NACCM, the National Academy of Certified Care Manager.   Having been a member of the Broward Association of Rehabilitation Nurses, the Broward Coalition on Aging and the Women's Executive Healthcare Network, Doris has a wealth of information regarding resources available to the elderly and their families. She maintains her memberships in and participates in on-going education through the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers Association, Broward Coalition on Aging, Elder Services Resource Network, The National Care Planning Council and American Association of Daily Money Managers.

Doris is a Certified Case Manager awarded by the Commission of Case Manager Certification. She is a Dementia Care Specialist and a member of the Dementia Care Professionals of America, a division of the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.

Our Eldercare Mediators are skilled in working with families in conflict. They are aware that aging creates challenges, sometimes frustrating and upsetting in which family members could benefit from some assistance.

Families are complex entities, and it is not unusual for submerged anger or conflict to boil up in times of stress. Siblings can often find it difficult to work together to help their aging parents, if there is unresolved conflict between them. It can feel impossible to think about being together to make decisions regarding the well being of their parents, if and when necessary.

Even when there is tension between parties, they are assisted by our mediators to negotiate the issues around elder care and aging in a safe and supportive environment. All family members and participants in Eldercare Mediation are treated the same.

The conversations around issues of caregiving, inheritance, health and financial issues can be difficult. In most cases, they require that all family members feel their views are shared and respected, especially on the subject of fairness and equity. At the same time, Eldercare Mediation addresses the elder's desire and ability to retain as much of their individual control in decision making.

Offices in Miami, Hollywood and Boca Raton, FL.

We also will travel anywhere in Florida to your location for a mediation.  
Phone:  954-668-1539

Email:   [email protected]      

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