Dawn L. Cook is a licensed Registered Nurse with three certifications in life care planning. As well, Dawn Cook is certified as a Forensic Litigation Consultant. She has worked with serious and catastrophic illness and injury for over 30 years including clinical settings, home care and life care planning.
Dawn Cook has prepared over 160 expert reports and has testified at deposition or trial including Federal Court.
Ms. Cook prepares Life Care Plans, Critiques Life Care Plans, Future Medical Cost Projections and Past Medical Bill Reviews for plaintiff and defense.
Dawn Cook’s client list includes over 70 attorneys in Arizona, California, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Utah.
AANLCP® is a registered trademark of the American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners. The AANLCP@ annual conference, webinars, and the AANLCP® Journal of Nurse Life Care Planning provides educational opportunities for continued development of expertise within the nursing specialty. Ongoing education relevant to the fields of nurse life care planning in considered a key element in the re certification process. SOURCE: American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners
In 1999, AANLCP® established the American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners Certification Board to develop and administer the Certified Nurse Life Care Planner (CNLPC®) certification exam. In 2009, The Certified Life Care Planner (CNLCP®) Certification Board was incorporated as a separate entity and is recognized by the AANLCP® as the Association’s certifying body
The purpose of the board is to promote a level of expertise and professionalism in the Nurse Life Care Planning field. In order to hold this specialized certification, a Registered Nurse must meet required guidelines that can be a combination of a series of exams, meeting required practical experience guidelines and more. SOURCE: American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners
The primary role of a Nurse Life Care Planner is to develop a client specific lifetime plan of care utilizing the nursing process. Retaining a professional, experienced Registered Nurse who not only has the educational credentials, but also possesses a broad practical experience background working as a Nurse Practitioner provides credible data for case support.