Don’t forget about Friends of Gwinnett County Senior Services upcoming annual silent auction! The event will be held at Delmar Gardens in Lawrenceville on April 26, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. There is still time to donate an item, be a sponsor, or buy a ticket. Sponsorships are available from $100, and tickets are $25 for advance purchase.
Linda Strobel is an Ohio native who fled the cold weather for Dallas after graduating from Kent State University with an undergraduate degree in Social Work. Upon arriving in Dallas, Linda began working as a habilitator for Volunteers of America. After a few stops at facilities and hospitals, Linda decided to go back to school and complete her Masters of Social Working at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Today, Linda is a PRN social worker for 4-5 home health companies in the Dallas area and is the Owner of Organize and Rejuvenate, a professional residential organization service. Linda is very involved in her community. She participates in activities with the Random Acts of Kindness Meet Up Group, the Tzu Zoo DFW Rescue Group (for Shih Tzus & Lhapso Apsos), NAPO (Natl. Assoc. of Prof. Organizers) and a local Community Time Bank (that utilizes an exchange of services). If you would like to contact Linda about her services, you can visit http://www.organizeandrejuvenate.com/ or call her at 972-816-8004.
Alton Reynolds wears a multitude of hats! He has been serving in the “helping professions” both on the clinical and business side of healthcare for nearly 40 years. Starting his career providing psychiatric assessments of Navy and Marine personnel returning from Viet Nam, Alton continues to provide these assessments today.
Barry Wolf is a graduate of University of Pittsburgh. He holds both BA and MA degrees in Urban Regional Planning and Economics. Barry has spend the last 35 years working in commercial real estate, asset management, property management and funding. He specializes in projects in the healthcare and senior care industries.
Three years ago, Alton and Barry came together to form Global Healthcare Affiliates International, which offers a comprehensive menu of services to healthcare clients, ranging from business valuation services to mergers and acquisitions. Their philosophy is clear – to assist their healthcare clients in solving their issues and addressing their needs. As the Baby Boomers age, it is clear that the needs of a burgeoning senior population will be different. Further, the implementation of these needs will be more complex, due to the sheer volume of people that will be moving into their 70s and 80s in the next 20 years. Listen in as Barry and Alton share their ideas about the types of communities that are currently being considered for development. For more information, contact Barry at 678-200-7759, or Alton at 404-932-2755. You can also visit their website at www.globalhealthcareai.com, or email them: Barry@globalhealthcareai.com, or Alton@globalhealthcareai.com.
We want to thank Griswold Special Care for sponsoring today’s show. Griswold Special Care has been a preferred provider of high quality, affordable in-home senior care in Dallas and Atlanta for 20 years.