To the world you may be one person, but to
one person you may be the world
Our Mission and Values
Our Mission and Values are built on 3 pillars: Guidance, Education, and Advocacy.
Guidance Midsouth Aging Consultant aims to guide our clients through the complex issues of aging in a professional and unbiased manner, so that they can make the best informed decisions possible.
Education Midsouth Aging Consultant seeks to educate seniors, professionals, and the public at large on topics pertinent to aging in order to increase awareness of health and wellness, Alzheimer's and dementia, financial wellness, safety, end-of-life issues, and more.
Advocacy Midsouth Aging Consultant intends to be a strong advocate for age-friendly and dementia-inclusive communities through guidance and education of private and public entities about issues that affect seniors and their caregivers.
Commitment to Education
Midsouth Aging Consultant receives over 120 hours of continuing education annually on a variety of topics related to aging including the latest trends in senior care, mental health, substance abuse, Alzheimer's and dementia care, elder abuse, ethics, end-of-life care, Medicare & Medicaid, and much more.
Staff In-Service Training Topics:
Midsouth Aging Consultant is also happy to provide staff in-service and Quality Improvement Programs on several topics related to senior care, including:
Recognizing Signs of Dementia and Effective Communication Techniques (also available specifically for law enforcement and first responders)
Recognizing Signs of Elder Abuse & Exploitation (also available specifically for law enforcement and first responders)
Mitigating Falls (also available specifically for law enforcement and first responders)
Incontinence Care & Skin Integrity
Older Adult Oral Health
Sexuality in Seniors
Retaining Dignity & Independence in Later Life
Experiencing Grief in the Workplace
The 4M's Framework Guide to Increasing Seniors' Quality of Life
New! Interactive Educational Bingo Games!
These games provide a fun way to learn about health topics for seniors! Each live, in-person led session comes with special bingo cards, tools for participants to use, handouts, healthy snacks, and prizes.
Healthy Habits Bingo TM - Focuses on nutrition, exercise, and chronic disease management
Musical Memories Bingo TM - Focuses on maintaining your brain and good brain health
No More Falls Bingo TM- Focuses on fall prevention
Midsouth Aging Consultant is available to speak to your group about a variety of subjects including, but not limited to:
End-of-Life Planning, Advanced Directives, and The Five Wishes
Roadmap to Successful Retirement: 4 Part Series
Dementia 101 and Effective Communication Techniques
The ABC's of Medicare
A Consumer's Guide to Funeral Preplanning
Is It Dementia or Just "Senior Moments"?
Boost Your Budget
Just Say NO to Scams & Fraud
Staying on Your Feet: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Fall Prevention
2 Dirty "F" Words- Fires and Food Poisoning
Are You Managing Your Meds or Are They Managing You?
Mind Over Bladder: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Incontinence
Coming to Our Senses: Physical Changes in Aging Change How We Experience the World
Caring for Those Who Care
Clear the Clutter! Rightsizing & Organizing
What is Social Isolation and How Can We Avoid It?
Choices in Caring for an Older Loved One
Mind, Body & Spirit: Holistic Wellness Programming for Seniors
The 4 D's- Dementia, Delirium, Depression & Delusions
Core Competencies for Complex Care
The Social Determinants of Health 101
Introduction to the 4 M's Framework: An Age-Friendly Healthcare Initiative
Helping the Helpers: Toolkits for Supporting Caregivers of Dementia Patients
Creating Age-Friendly Public Spaces
Is Your Business Prepared for the Silver Tsunami?
A Holistic Approach to Workforce Stabilization
Meet the Owner
Owner/ Aging Consultant
Kristen is a 2003 graduate of Tennessee Tech University with a bachelor's degree in Sociology. She began her social work journey with the State of Tennessee Department of Children's Services. In 2008 she transitioned from children and families to seniors when she became a Service Coordinator for the Diocese of Memphis Housing Corporation. Since then she has worked in assisted living and Alzheimer's and dementia care, as well as in the funeral industry. She is a Professional Service Coordinator, a Certified Dementia Practitioner, a Certified End-of-Life Planning Facilitator, and a trained Medicare/Medicaid counselor. She has an extensive local network through her affiliation with the Professional Network on Aging, serves as a volunteer community educator for the Alzheimer's Association, is a statewide partner for Dementia Friends USA, and serves her community through the Germantown Chamber of Commerce.