Talk to someone who gets it.


No one prepares you to care for your aging parents — until now. I started Quilt to give you the skills and support you deserve through affordable, one-on-one phone or video calls.

Here is a favorite photo of my mother, Carol, and me on my wedding day in March 2019.

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I'm glad you're here.

My name is Libby Brittain. I'm a caregiver and a technologist — and I'm the founder of Quilt.

I started Quilt because I know how hard it is to care for an aging parent, especially when you're balancing your caregiving role with other responsibilities at work and at home.

Before I started Quilt, I worked for a large consumer technology company in the San Francisco Bay Area – and became the primary caregiver for my mother, Carol, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease in 2017.

When my mom got sick, I felt isolated and overwhelmed — and I had lots of important legal, financial, and emotional questions that her doctors couldn't answer. I needed support that was personal, flexible, and consistent, but I never found it.

I started Quilt to offer that support to you.

Here’s how I can help.

I offer 1-hour, one-on-one phone or video calls for $120.00 per call. After our first call, many people choose to schedule recurring calls every two weeks or every month, depending on what makes sense for them and their family.

I work with people who care for their aging parents in many ways and for many reasons. I would love to help you whether you care for one or both parents, because of an illness or an injury, or from nearby or from far away. It all 'counts' as caregiving to me.

Time to process and reflect

Our calls will be a time for you to talk openly about your family and your caregiving role. We will identify the personal and practical challenges you're facing and make a plan to address them.

Caregiving skills and support

Caregivers take on a wide range of responsibilities, and you deserve support on all of them. I will help you figure out how to approach legal and financial planning, manage challenging family dynamics, and more.

Referrals to local resources

Help is out there, but it's hard to find. I will do the hard work of finding local programs like in-home or day care services and professionals like estate attorneys or patient advocates for you.

Let's get started.

Send me an email at libby@quiltcanhelp.com or use this contact form to tell me about you and your family in a few sentences. I'll follow up with you by email right away to schedule our first phone or video call.

You can always send me an email at libby@quiltcanhelp.com or find me on Twitter at @libbybrittain.