Community & Support Outreach, Kasem Cares Liaison

A native of Fairfield, Illinois, Carrie Jones moved to Los Angeles in 2001 to pursue a music career. A top finalist on the CW reality show The Pussycat Dolls, she achieved a major goal by signing a record deal with Sony. The deal fell through, right about the time that she started caring for her Great Uncle. Her life and priorities suddenly changed. “After witnessing Elder Abuse first hand, I knew there needed to be changes. A change in the law, a change in the qualifications of caregivers, a change in the overall treatment of our beloved Elders. I believe that there needs to be a place where people can turn to for help, because I was THAT person who needed guidance not too long ago. I am honored to be a part of the Kasem Cares Foundation. This Foundation is not just about Visitation Rights. It is a foundation that is dedicated to fighting Elder Abuse in every form!” Ms. Jones works as a legal assistant for George C. Rudolph. She is responsible for client development, marketing, and website design and maintenance. The firm’s practice spans various industries, including banking and finance, computer science, construction, consulting, distribution and logistics, e-commerce, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, legal, personal care, real estate, retail, software and technologies.
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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.  



  • signed Take The Pledge 2015-05-13 15:34:37 -0700
    I pledge to END the silence on Elder Abuse!

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    Stop the Silence. Promote Awareness. Raise your Voice.

    • 1 to 2 million Americans age 65+ report having been abused by a loved one or someone they depend on for care.
    • Only 1 in 14 incidents of elder abuse are ever reported to authorities.
    • Only 1 in 25 cases of financial exploitation are ever reported, meaning there may be at least 5 million financial abuse victims each year.

    You can do your part to end the silent epidemic of elder abuse by taking the pledge to stand up against elder abuse. There are 10,000 people who are turning 65 each and every day (Pew Research Center), and we are rapidly approaching a time where nearly 50% of the population will be 65 or older. Together, we can end the silence of elder abuse by standing united and raising our voices against this growing problem. 

    Show your support in this movement, by pledging to end the silence, raising awareness in your community, and speaking up against elder abuse.


    "Kerri Kasem is working to honor our elderly. . by God it is very important and obligation to dignify our eldery...Freedom from isolation. Go Kerri Kasem. Thank you." V. Amaral

    "Without stimulation and love, people die." THANKS for pointing out that isolation is elder abuse." S. White

    "I can't thank you enough for starting this conversation. Your dad would be so proud. He is smiling watching you change such an important part of wishes that I am sure were already planned. It breaks my heart for all the pain you endure to get something that should not even be a fight. You are inspirational and have helped me keep my head on straight knowing how hard you are working. Thank you from the bottom of my heart." R. Bove

    "You are amazing! Keep up the fight for all those that can't." S. Benton


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