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  • donated 2016-01-29 20:55:11 -0800

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    Kasem Cares isn’t just limited to the experience of daughter of celebrity father Casey Kasem; rather, Kerri’s experiences are just like countless other adult children with ailing parents all over the country, who have a step-parent or other caretaker placing restrictions and inhumane conditions upon the relationship between these adult children and their ailing parents.

    Because she grew up the child of a renowned entertainer and she now works in the entertainment industry herself, Kerri has spent more of her life underneath the spotlight than most people. Unfortunately, these circumstances have placed her private and very personal family tragedy on public display for all to see. The legal battles Kerri has fought and won—both for the right to visit her father and to obtain control over his medical care—brought national awareness and attention to issues many adult children today face and/or may one day confront in today’s world of blended families. With the death of father, Casey Kasem in June 2014, Kerri no longer has to fight to stop the elder abuse that was being perpetrated upon her dad; she nevertheless remains actively involved in the elder abuse prevention community.

    PLEASE join us in funding elder abuse awareness and education through Kasem Cares. Any amount is helpful and appreciated.

    With gratitude,

     

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    Kasem Cares is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations are tax deductible. For your reference our tax identification number is 47-3610518.  

     

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  • commented on Contact Us 2016-01-29 20:51:46 -0800
    This exact same thing is happening to me as stated by Kerri; “The rights of adult children to see an ailing parent when that parent may not have a lot of time left is so important , ….To be blocked from that just because somebody doesn’t want you in their home or they don’t like you or they want to steal the estate, it’s just not right.” Idaho APS only steps in if there is physical abuse. They can’t do anything about iscolation of the family by the caretaker. My mom doesn’t have much time left and I would like to be able to spend time with her with out being guarded by her caretaker/daughter or have all her calls monitored by her. It so very wrong. I don’t know what to do ?

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    Our Mailing Address:

    Kasem Cares
    2372 Morse Avenue, Suite #369
    Irvine, CA, 92614

     

    General Inquiries

    Kindly email the appropriate recipient using the contact form below so that we can properly respond to your inquiry.

    E-mail is the best way to contact us, however, you may also leave a voicemail at 213.297.3832 or 949.535.5239

    Kerri Kasem is also actively involved in the elder abuse prevention community. For more information, please use the contact form below.

    We look forward to hearing from you!

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