“Show Me”! Amy Hentschel is a Show Me Girl! Born and raised in Missouri, Amy believes that actions speak louder than words. Drawn to serving seniors at an early age, Amy spent many hours during her high school years volunteering in hospitals and with hospice. After earning a degree in Communications and Mass Media from the University of Missouri, she took a job with Medicare provider and equipment distributor in Illinois.
After moving to Atlanta and working for a number of years with an assisted living community, Amy began planning a new business that would provide support, advice and resource to the seniors she’d become so attached to. Senior Provisions is an organization dedicated to assisting seniors and their families in evaluating their needs, and finding solutions to meet those needs, whether in their current home, or in a new environment. Her services are free to her clients. She provides expert guidance in the areas of senior living options, adult day programs, skilled nursing options, Alzheimer’s care, non-medical home care, support groups and financial/legal services.
Amy tells us that her business is also her mission. While she provides high quality professional services, she is also their to minister to the emotional and spiritual needs of her clients. To that end, she hosts a monthly Caregiver group focused on providing this kind of support and assistance to family caregivers – whether they are hands on with a family member, or supporting from a distance. Amy’s next Caregiver Meeting will be held this Saturday, February 23, from 10am to 11am, at the Sunrise at Johns Creek located at 11405 Medlock Bridge Road. Brian Byars, a certified VA claims advisor, will be speaking. To register for this event, or find out more about Senior Provisions, please call Amy directly at (678) 925-0223, or visit their website at www.myseniorprovisions.com.
We want to thank Griswold Home Care for sponsoring today’s show. Griswold Home Care has been a preferred provider of high quality, affordable in-home senior care in Atlanta for 20 years.