Organized Advocacy

Organized Advocacy is a business dedicated to helping individuals, caregivers and families of loved ones that are medically complex, developmentally delayed, our senior citizen population, and the veteran community.


The main goals of Organized Advocacy are instilling CONFIDENCE to advocate in health settings, teaching efficient TIME MANAGEMENT for both the client and their providers during important health appointments, providing FASTER ACCESS to critical info in emergency settings and IMPROVING COMMUNICATION with insurance companies,  medical equipment and home health agencies and also the public school system.



Organized Advocacy can help you take control of paperwork and medical records by organizing them in a logical, easy to access way. Kimberly loves helping people with the following binder types:



Whether it’s for a family, small group, or large organization, Organized Advocacy offers workshops that teach you how to create and maintain your own organizational system.

Making Sense of the Chaos

Kimberly Hassmer is a dedicated mother of three children, living in Sandston, Virginia. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education and taught in the public school system for 8 years before becoming a full-time caregiver for her younger son, Blake. In her spare time, she enjoys singing in church, reading books, making lists, laughing with friends, taking walks around the block and spending time with her husband. She has her CNA certification from the American Red Cross and has spent time as a Medicaid Service Facilitator. She currently sits on the Family Advisory Committee at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU and has also led the Feeding Tube Support group there.

What Clients Have to Say

Kimberly made a medical binder for us that honestly saved us so many times. We are in the process of adoption and our son is medically fragile so we have several things we need to keep with us at all times. While on vacation in TN he has a seizure. Very quickly we were able to turn to the pages the EMS crew, registration, and hospital staff needed. This saved several minutes and took lots of stress off myself and my husband needing to look up and remember important information. Everyone we have talked to has mentioned how nice our binder is and how it would be nice for everyone with a medically fragile child to have one. It stays with us at all times and as his information grows his binder grows. We are so glad Kim decided to share her knowledge of these binders.

Scott and Melissa

Beth S.

Carol S.

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