Introducing Bridge to Better Living’s Newest Transition Consultant Kaylee Chilton
Bridge to Better Living (bridgetobetterliving.com) is pleased to announce Kaylee Chilton as their newest Omaha area transition consultant. Kaylee’s love for the aging population began at an early age while spending hours of quality time with grandparents. Kaylee often helped them in the barber shop and ice cream parlor they owned in a small Iowa town. Her deep love for both sets of grandparents continued until the time of their passing.
Kaylee’s devotion to seniors is a constant in her life. Using her skills to match passions and talents Kaylee has worked with over 300 volunteers in nine retirement communities in a former career. She authored “Life Story,” a booklet used by volunteers and seniors as a keepsake for families. Kaylee is a hospice volunteer and serves as a guest lecturer for the UNO Gerontology classes. Her life passion is to help aging adults have new experiences and create lasting memories. Kaylee feels it is an honor to help seniors and their loved ones navigate through the difficult research when finding the “right” living option. Kaylee embraces Bridge to Better Living’s mission of “Placement with Passion.”
Bridge to Better Living, at no cost to the client, assists seniors to find the best quality of life when choosing a move to a Senior Living Community; Independent, Assisted, Memory Care or Long-Term Care. Their experts serve Omaha, Lincoln and surrounding areas. Bridge to Better Living is Nebraska owned and was founded in 2010 by Mary Ann Stallings. Kaylee’s qualities and background are a tremendous asset to the Bridge to Better Living’s consultant team of Robbie Nathan, Jolee Urbanovsky and Margaret Burnham.
For more information or to meet with Kaylee, contact via the website at bridgetobetterliving.com or call (402) 802-3301.