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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talk to Michelle McCormick from Millennium Physician Group.

Millennium Physician Group is one of the largest comprehensive independent physician groups with more than 550 healthcare providers located throughout Florida.

To learn more, visit https://millenniumphysician.com.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talk to Terri Cantrell from the Alzheimer’s Association.

The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.

To learn more, visit https://www.alz.org.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talk to Matt Tonsich from American In-Home Care.

American In-Home Care is one of the largest privately held home health care agencies here in Florida with 15 offices throughout the state and almost 5,000 care providers to help people in their home.

To learn more, visit https://www.americaninhomecare.com.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talks to Kerri Johnson from GOMO Travel.

GOMO Travel, founded in 2019, is a Florida-based, concierge-style assisted travel company. Its mission is to normalize assisted travel allowing travelers of all ages to travel comfortably and with dignity on their own terms. Whether the traveler is fearful, lacking in mobility, medically challenged, seeking relocation help, or otherwise needing assistance, GOMO Travel develops comprehensive, personalized solutions to their assisted travel needs. Our GOMO Travel Companions – registered nurses as well as non-nurses — log thousands of miles per year, both domestically and internationally, helping travelers get to their destinations safely whether travelling by air, ground, or sea.

To learn more, visit https://gomotravel.com/.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talks to Kelly Moorman Coggins from Hart Felt Ministries.

Hart Felt Ministries mission is to provide free, non-medical services that help seniors live independently and age in place. Hart Felt provides companionship services, builds wheelchair ramps, assists with minor home repairs and emergency financial assistance and provides transportation all for seniors.

To learn more, visit hartfelt.org.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talks to Chris Adams from A Place at Home Orange Park.

Chris Adams provides a full-range of services from light housekeeping to personal care services to both, Clay and Duval, counties.

To learn more, visit https://www.aplaceathome.com.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton and David Stieglitz talks to Miguel Coles from Ideal Move.

Ideal Move is a a Senior Move Management company providing rightsizing, relocation, and organizing services in North Florida.

To learn more, visit https://www.myidealmove.com.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton talks to David Stieglitz from Oasis Senior Advisors.

Dave had a very successful 30+ year career in the hospitality industry, delivering high quality customer service on a daily basis. Along the way he mentored many subordinates into leadership positions of their own and was elected by his peers to State and National leadership positions within the industry.

To learn more, visit https://oasisjax.com.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, Adrienne Houghton, along side David Stieglitz, talks to Nada Frazier from The Sacred Servant.

The Sacred Servant helps people to consciously and authentically live their best life, and when the time comes, to be prepared to die well.

To learn more, visit https://www.thesacredservant.com.

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Each week on “Caring for Seniors,” our hosts sit down with those who are hard at work in the community, making sure our elders are properly cared for. This week, David Stieglitz and Adrienne Houghton talk to Prachi Rathi from Prism Health Services.

Prism Health Services, LLC provides consultation for appropriate medical equipment.

To learn more, visit https://prismhealthservices.net.

What makes your company unique?:
a.One Stop shop for Occupational Therapy consultation, Medical Equipment consultation for people of all ages and all stages
b.Better than catalog and / or online shopping.
c.Caregiver support
d.Qualified personnel and professionals.
e.Quality products – Always top-of-the-line products.
f. Goal: DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!
g. SAVE TIME, ENERGY AND MONEY!

How did you get your start in the industry?: Saw a dire need in the community for appropriate equipment guidance for seniors and the care providers / caregivers, Thus, gave up a very satisfying career as an Occupational Therapist to start PRISM HEALTH SERVICES, LLC.

How is your business handling the COVID situation?:
We have put checks and precautions in place very very early on.
1) Masks were mandatory for anyone inside the building
2) Equipment touched was immediately cleaned and disinfected. Staff oriented to new processes back in March 2020. It is a huge blessing to have a very compliant and conscientious staff.

What advice would you give to someone just getting their start in the industry?:
1) Have your heart in the profession of CARING!
2) “Wellness of People” before “Business”.
3) DEDICATION and READY FOR CHALLENGES…
4) Open to learning and adapting.

What’s your favorite way to get involved in the community?: Volunteering – I have done a lot of volunteering in the community, volunteering my time and knowledge to guide therapists, Case Managers, family members and seniors as needed and as appropriate to help them with the best solution for the challenge they are facing. I volunteer other places as well. It makes me sleep well, when I know, I have made a difference in someone’s life.

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