Residential Options

December 15, 2017

Segment 1: Pati Bedwell, Elder Care Coordinator at Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law, PLLC, and Dana Hentschel, Outreach Coordinator at Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law, PLLC, join Tim and Barbara to talk about some of the issues families confront when faced with the need to find a new living option for an elderly loved one.

Segment 1 Video

Segment 2: Chris Heeren, Administrator at NHC Healthcare Hendersonville, and Mary Wester from House Share Nashville, join Tim and Barbara to take a look at residential options at opposite ends of the care continuum.

Segment 2 Video

Segment 3: Susan Gardner, CPO-CD, Owner of Clearing the Way Home, and Sara Beth Warne, Owner of Aging in Place Transition Services, join Tim and Barbara to talk about what needs to be considered before elderly loved ones make a housing transition.

Segment 3 Video

Segment 4: Richard Robinson, Long Term Care Ombudsman for Region 5, joins Tim and Barbara to discuss the Long-Term Care Ombudsman program and how it helps protect the rights of seniors living in long-term care facilities.

Segment 4 Video

Segment 5: Tim and Barbara speak to Zachary Watson, CEO of HoneyCo Homes about ways that technology can make it easier for older adults to stay safely in their homes.

Segment 5 Video

Resources

Learn more about concepts, organizations, and information mentioned in the show.

NHC Healthcare Hendersonville 

615-824-0702
www.nhchendersonville.com

House Share 

615-406-1535
www.CaregiversByWholeCare.com

Clearing the Way Home

615-477-9795
www.clearingthewayhome.com

Aging in Place Transition Services

629-999-2477
www.AgingInPlaceServices.net

Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency

 615-850-3918
www.mchra.com

HoneyCo Homes

www.honeyco.com 
info@honeyco.com
615-266-5243

If You Need Extra Help...

If you have questions about the process of aging, it can be useful to work with an elder law attorney. At Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law, we specialize in helping clients and their families navigate the many twists and turns that can occur during the long-term care journey. We can help you, too. Just give us a call at 615-824-2571.

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