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As part of the special issue in this week's Gulf Coast Business Review, eight women were featured in "Women Startups: No matter what their sex, age, or business, eight women prove entrepreneurs have a lot in common." Courtney R. Wise, MSG, Take Care Advisor's executive director shared her story.
On Monday, April 11, 2011, you will be given a unique opportunity to sit in a room with seven prestigious and successful women from our area, including Courtney Wise (Executive Director, Take Care Advisor, LLC, a local nurse geriatric care management company). Please join us on the campus of University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee as we welcome working women (Women in Leadership & Philanthropy) who will share their past, discuss present areas of concern, and will build hope for our future.
Sarasota is the oldest community in America with a population over 40,000. But it's old because older people go there to rejuvenate themselves, to get active, to get engaged to build social networks. When you arrive as a 65 year old in Sarasota, you are a young person beginning a new stage of life
In the January 2011 issue of Scene Magazine, Susanne S. Wise, RN, MBA, Take Care Private Duty Home Health Care and Take Care Advisor's Owner and Executive Administrator, shares her personal story on how her family has played an influential role, including her recent personal experience in coping with her own mother's death.
Discussions of death and dying are not easy. It is an emotional journey, and there is no direct answer or explanation. Our whole focus at Take Care Private Duty Home Health Care is the specialization of quality, personal care, at any stage in life. We strive to be your advocate, to guide you through various situations, whether its simply guidance at home or helping a loved one who is dying. Last night, on ABC Nightly News, Dr. Tim Johnson and a team of reporters delved into the topic of end-of-life care. While this is a personal conversation that is important to discuss among the patient and their physician and family members, we at Take Care still fully believe in importance of education and in the facilitation of health care and age-related conversations. We share this story, video, and report with you in hopes to broaden and enlighten a topic that may affect you, a friend, or a family member.
I don't know if you hear this often, but your work touches so many people in a ripple effect all over the world. I know because our family is so spread out and you touched us all. It's such a comfort to know that Mom and Dad's wish to be together and in an independent apartment was the right choice for them and for us. Again thank you for all that you did.Lisa, daughter of clients