Our Liaison Team
Our team of knowledgeable liaisons offer free consultations 7 days a week, working with you and your family to find the right in-home care services for you. Schedule your Consultation today – Call 763.452-1049.
Brian Juul – Director of Business Development
Brian was born in St. Louis Park and graduated from Richfield High School. He received his Associates Degree in Sales Marketing from Normandale Community College, and later earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Sales Marketing from Mount Marty College, SD. His training and philosophy are grounded in an integrity-based approach to his work—going the extra mile to solve needs in an honest and respectful manner.
Brian excels at his work with Legacy Home Care as Director of Business Development, in addition to his work as Director of Sales with our Medicare/ Medicaid Certified Home Care Agency. He enjoys generating strong relationships with referral sources and educating them on the different lines of service we offer. A favorite part of his job is meeting with families and seniors who are experiencing a health care crisis—helping them navigate through it by providing resources, guidance, and education on all viable options is one of his passions
Brian is currently a member of the Minneapolis Senior Workers Association (MASWA) and the St. Paul Senior Workers Association (SPASWA), as well as the Alzheimer’s Association. When not in the office, he enjoys working out, walking area lakes, jet skiing, and spending time with his fiancé and their two children. Brian is also an avid car buff and has a dealer’s license. He enjoys attending auto auctions.
Kim Wagner, LSW – Community Liaison
Kim was born and raised in Apple Valley. She attended Minnesota State University, Mankato and earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW). As a Licensed Social Worker (LSW), Kim has worked in a variety of settings including transitional care, long term care, and memory care units. Kim is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the St. Paul Senior Workers’ Association (SPASWA), as well as being President of the Minnesota Nursing Home Social Workers’ Association (MNHSWA).
As a community liaison, Kim is available to meet with home care clients, family members, and referral sources to provide personalized service. Her approach is always client centered. One of Kim’s philosophies is that attitude is a choice. We have a choice each day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day—and for Kim, a positive attitude is key.
When not in the office, Kim enjoys spending time with her husband and friends at their family cabin in Wisconsin. Kim also enjoys playing cribbage, going to movies, and trying new restaurants. Kim is a loyal Twins and Vikings fan and supports Minnesota teams by consistently watching and attending the games. Kim also takes pleasure in cooking; trying new recipes and attending classes.
Karissa Borchert, MSW, LGSW – Community Liaison
Karissa is originally from a small town in southwestern Minnesota and currently resides in Plymouth, MN. She graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and completed her Masters of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Minnesota.
Karissa has worked in a variety of social service and medical settings most frequently with adults and elders with mental illnesses and neuromuscular diseases. She is a Qualified Developmental Disability Professional (QDDP), and has received her LGSW.
Karissa’s passion for helping clients find and utilize needed services in an effort to have them maintain a healthy, stable lifestyle makes her a valuable member of our team! She understands that each client has unique needs and works to ensure they receive the best care and services possible. Karissa enjoys working with a client’s entire team, including family members and referral sources to make a transition as smooth as possible.
When not in the office, Karissa keeps busy with her little boy, training for and running marathons, golfing, traveling, and going to concerts. Karissa enjoys spending time with family and friends—and exploring new attractions and restaurants in the metro area.
Dana Bergerson, COTA/L – Clinical Liaison
Dana was born in Bremerton, WA and raised in the Chisago Lakes area of Minnesota. She graduated from Chisago Lakes High School and received an Associates of Applied Science degree as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant and a Bachelor’s degree with a minor in Gerontology.
Before working with Legacy Home Care, Dana worked in a myriad of different healthcare-related positions in the areas of nursing, therapy, aquatic rehabilitation, home care, and hospice.
Having experienced first-hand the reality of caring for elderly family members, Dana is passionate about helping individuals handle the challenges of growing older with dignity and confidence. She loves educating geriatric patients and families on their care options and empowering them to be stronger advocates for themselves.
Dana resides in the Chisago Lakes area with her husband and three children. She is an active member of her church, singing regularly in services. She also loves spending time with friends and family at the cabin, exploring the North Shore, scrapbooking, and escaping to warmer climates with her family when she needs a break from the Minnesota winter.
Phone: 763. 350.3110
Chelsey Veire, MA – Community Liaison
Chelsey was born and raised in Sioux Falls, SD. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from South Dakota State University and Master’s degree in Human Development with an emphasis in Gerontology from the University of the Rockies.
A strong relationship with her grandparents drew Chelsey to geriatrics and a career in healthcare. Past experience includes work as a patient care technician for a DME company and a lead representative for a large pharmacy. She has a passion for helping to create the highest quality of life for her clients, and making sure this demographic receives information to make informed decisions that allow them to receive the great care they deserve. She strives to brighten the day of everyone her meets.
When not at work, Chelsey loves to spend time with her family. And she’s proud to admit that her dog, Penny, is a spoiled princess. Chelsey also enjoys checking out local breweries, boutiques and pop-up shops. Travel and experiencing different cultures is also a passion. Chelsey’s last big adventure was a solo backpacking trip through Europe in 2016 where she enjoyed meeting many new people.