Aaron specializes in SEO-friendly content creation in the areas of healthcare, professional development, and child development. He is adept at researching Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) policy and legislation and translating it into everyday language that is easy to understand.
Aaron has experiential training working with a broad spectrum of mental health issues, and he is able to advocate clearly and effectively on behalf of under-represented populations.
Aaron's areas of professional interest include:
Nursing home management
Aaron also has a soft spot for writing about pop culture, including movies, music, and videogames, as well as sports like boxing and mixed martial arts. He is also a full-time parent, so he takes a vested interest in parenting techniques, but more importantly, humor.
Aaron earned his bachelor's degree from Binghamton University in the early 2000s. While there, Aaron was involved in the campus creative writing community and was selected as an undergraduate panelist at the 2002 "Writing by Degrees" conference. Concurrently, he worked as an associate editor for "Stirring: a Literary Journal" for four years while he attended school. Aaron maintained a 3.6 GPA throughout his time at Binghamton.
After years of working in retail management, Aaron returned to school in 2009 to become a middle school English teacher. During his time in Binghamton's Masters program, Aaron did his student teaching in an urban school district and found an affinity for teaching under-served populations. He maintained a 3.7 GPA throughout his experience.
Aaron has written a series of eBooks explaining complex healthcare policy in relatable terms. This series is designed as a training tool for front line staff such as nurses and nursing aides. The following excerpt is from a book on Advance Directives.
Aaron used to write content for a parenting blog called "Daddyvs.com." The content ranged across topics from informational to humorous. The following excerpt is from an educational piece about child development
Aaron specializes in content creation for emerging blogs. The following excerpt is from a guest post soon to be released on thekoreanaccountant.com. It is a piece which focuses on topical financial theory.