Candace Schwartzkopf Administrative Assistant Candace is a graduate from Lindenwood University with a B.A. in Psychology, an M.A. in Gerontology, and an M.B.A. Her passion for the aging community has permeated through all of her studies and her love of people is demonstrated in her internship experience with O.A.S.I.S., work with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, and her ongoing volunteer efforts with the ALS Association. Candace also worked for Lindenwood University in their Accounts Payable office and Human Resource department while pursuing her degrees. She has a passion to learn and a drive to make the world a better place. Being a part of an organization that is innovative and forward-thinking in regards to the aging population is very important to her.
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Nick Clark Advancement Specialist Nick Clark became a member of MCHS in 2016. He is a graduate of Arkansas State University with a B.S in PR & Advertising and a B.S. in sociology. As a member of the MCHS family he manages the mass communications and special events. As a student Clark worked as a communications specialist for Agents of Change After-School Program in Jonesboro, AR. Nick brings youth, innovation, and creativity to organization.
Please join us for a tour and luncheon in order to learn more about Memory Care Home Solutions and the impact we are having on the community. These are intimate events, but please feel free to bring a colleague or friend who is interested in getting involved. Tours are held on the following dates at noon at the Memory Care Home Solutions Headquarters located. Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016 Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017 Thursday, Jul. 20, 2017
By: Amy Sobrino, LMSW Think about some of the most important conversations you’ve had in your life. Talking with your spouse about starting a family. Speaking with a potential employer in an interview for your dream job. Helping your child weigh the decision of what college to attend. Everyone’s list of meaningful conversations looks a little bit different, but they should all have at least one similar feature – a conversation with a loved one about advanced planning. Advanced planning includes making decisions that you might include in a living will or advance directive – decisions that would help guide your family, friends, or any loved one as to what your wishes are in the event of accident, illness, or end of life. Advanced planning discussions can range from a variety of topics, from how I would like my pillows arranged if I couldn’t do it myself or if I… → Keep Reading