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Every Day is Veterans Day: One Senior Place hosts free event in Altamonte Springs Sept. 22

A Fitting Tribute to Veterans

One Senior Place Greater Orlando is hosting Every Day is Veterans Day, an annual event that recognizes our country’s veterans.

Sgt Harry Shakes and Don KramerIn order to celebrate and honor the service of U.S. veterans, One Senior Place Greater Orlando, along with Honor Flight Central Florida and VITAS Healthcare, will host Every Day is Veterans Day on Friday, September 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its offices in Altamonte Springs.

Free and open to the public, the event has become a tradition at One Senior Place, and this year, numerous veterans and military organizations will be represented. Every Day is Veterans Day will feature a color guard, musical tribute, celebrity emcee, refreshments and door prizes.

“We feel there’s nothing more important than honoring and remembering the service of our veterans,” said Don Kramer, CEO of One Senior Place. “As providers of advice and services to seniors, caregivers and those approaching retirement, we constantly come into contact with them and understand the critical role they play as mentors to our younger generations and individuals whose sacrifices have helped preserve our freedoms.”

One of the event’s hosts, Honor Flight, is a non-profit organization dedicated to  providing veterans with honor and closure by transporting them to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials created to honor their service and sacrifice.

Top priority is given to WWII veterans and those who may be terminally ill.

The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates 640 WWII veterans die every day, so the time to express thanks to these brave men and women is running out. Honor Flight works to ensure as many as possible get to visit these memorials.

“Veterans have given so much, and it’s important we show them their efforts are not forgotten,” said Donald Menzel, Honor Flight Central Florida marketing director. “Every Day is Veterans Day is a great example of how a community should honor veterans, and we’re proud to be hosting this event with One Senior Place and VITAS Healthcare.”

Highlighting this year’s event will be a patriotic musical salute performed by the CINQ Brass Quintet and Legacy! Choral Ensemble from Central Florida Community Arts.

For the fourth year, the multiple-award-winning Dorie Miller Memorial Post 331 of Orlando will perform Presentation of Colors. Winners of several color guard competitions, Post 331 will also be presented with a Congressional Certificate of Recognition from U.S. Congressman Bill Posey during the event.

Lauren Rowe, best known as the award-winning news anchor for WKMG-TV Local 6 Orlando, will act as celebrity emcee. Rowe is currently president of Rowe Communications and Director of Communications for Orlando Sanford International Airport.

This year, the Vietnam Unforgettable Memories Foundation (VUMF), a group of Vietnamese-American women whose mission is to thank all Vietnam-era veterans for defending their country against communist aggression, will present memorial pins to all Vietnam veterans in attendance.

For those who have passed, the VUMF will present memorial pins to surviving spouses or Gold Star Mothers.

“This is always such a touching and special day for everyone involved, and we’re looking forward to this year’s event more than ever before,” said Kramer. “It just keeps growing, which says a lot about this community and its support of veterans.”

Most of those who will be attending the event served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam, but all veterans are welcome. And while Every Day is Veterans Day is all about the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, it is free and open to the public.

“Everyone is welcome,” stressed Kramer. “We want everyone to join us in honoring and celebrating the selfless service of those who have given so much.”

While an RSVP is not required, attendees are encouraged to call 407-949-6733 so that organizers can fully accommodate the expected large turnout.

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Photo Caption: 95-year old Army Command Sergeant Major Harry Shakes (Retired) is a veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam and is pictured here with Don Kramer, Founder and CEO of One Senior Place.  Honor Flight and One Senior Place will team up to honor veterans at a special patriotic concert during Every Day is Veterans Day on Friday, September 22, from 10am-1pm at One Senior Place. Call 407-949-6733 for more information or to reserve free tickets.  Photo courtesy of One Senior Place

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One Senior Place is a comprehensive, one-stop resource office with access to information, advice, and services for seniors. Not only are a variety of businesses available in one location, but we also offer educational seminars on a regular basis, and our Senior Resource Library is available to help you find what you are looking for. Call 407-949-6733 for more information or for a complimentary consultation with a One Senior Place Aging Services Expert.

 

Cancer Care Centers of Brevard Joins The US Oncology Network

Practice gains access to innovative technologies and services to enhance ability to provide patients with high-quality individualized care 

CCCB LogoMelbourne, Fla., (March 1, 2017) – Cancer Care Centers of Brevard (CCCB), a premier comprehensive cancer center offering state-of-the-art cancer care in the Brevard County area for more than 20 years, has officially joined The US Oncology Network (“The Network”), the largest network of its kind comprised of community-based oncology practices dedicated to advancing high-quality, evidence-based cancer care. As part of McKesson Specialty Health’s ongoing integration with Vantage Oncology, CCCB is one of 50 Vantage Oncology centers who have now joined The Network.

By joining The Network, CCCB enhances its ability to provide patients high-quality care as well as access to some of the most advanced medical and radiation oncology treatments available today, all delivered in convenient neighborhood locations close to the patient’s home.

“We are excited to join The US Oncology Network, as it will allow us to retain our independence and most importantly maintain our relationships with patients and other providers in the Brevard County community while strengthening the financial and operational backbone of our practice for years to come,” said Giuseppe Palermo, MD, medical oncologist and practice president, CCCB. “The comprehensive resources and guidance from The Network will enable us to continue to provide convenient treatment close to home, without the need to drive lengthy distances for radiation therapy or chemotherapy, while enabling us to compete with greater operational and cost efficiency.”

The US Oncology Network provides effective and comprehensive practice management capabilities and value-based care expertise critical for navigating today’s challenging healthcare landscape. The Network is supported by McKesson Specialty Health, an industry leader that works together with stakeholders across the healthcare delivery system to preserve and strengthen specialty care.

With the addition of Cancer Care Centers of Brevard, The US Oncology Network includes more than 1,400 highly-credentialed medical oncology, hematology, radiation oncology, gynecologic oncology, urology, oncology surgery and other specialists. The addition of CCCB’s seven medical oncologists and three radiation oncologists extends the reach of The Network, broadening and strengthening the capabilities and knowledge-base of the organization throughout the region.

The addition of CCCB extends the reach of The Network, broadening and strengthening the capabilities and knowledge-base of the organization throughout the region.

“The US Oncology Network is committed to supporting independent community oncology practices to remain viable and thrive in a complex and evolving healthcare environment,” said Kirk Kaminsky, president of The US Oncology Network and Practice Management for McKesson Specialty Health. “Our innovative and comprehensive practice management solutions allow providers to overcome business challenges and ensure long-term practice health so the physicians can focus on their top priority – helping their patients fight cancer. We are excited for Cancer Care Centers of Brevard to join the Network and look forward to our work together toward our common goal of improving healthcare.”

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About CCCB

For more than 20 years, our mission has been to provide a compassionate setting for patients and their families while offering State-of-the Art cancer treatment.  We believe in the dignity of all patients living with cancer and respect their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. At Cancer Care Centers of Brevard, we have the experience, clinical expertise and state-of-the-art technology to treat most major adult cancers such as cancers of the breast, prostate, lung, skin, colon, rectum, brain, lymph nodes, esophagus, stomach, bladder, thyroid, bone and spine, as well as the leukemias.  We also treat non-cancerous conditions such as hyperthyroidism, benign brain tumors, acoustic neuroma, trigeminal neuralgia, anemia and other blood disorders. For more information, visit www.cancercarebrevard.com.

 

About The US Oncology Network

Every day, The US Oncology Network helps more than 1,400 independent physicians deliver value-based, integrated care for patients — close to home. Through The Network, these independent doctors come together to form a community of shared expertise and resources dedicated to advancing local cancer care and to delivering better patient outcomes. The Network provides doctors with access to coordinated resources, best business practices, and the experience, infrastructure and support of McKesson Specialty Health. This collaboration allows the doctors in The Network to focus on the health of their patients, while McKesson focuses on the health of their practices. Together, The Network and its affiliated physicians are committed to the success of independent practices, everywhere. For more information, visit www.usoncology.com.

 

Media Contacts
Michelle Brown, Oncology Liaison – Cancer Care Centers of Brevard
321-626-1208
Michelle.Brown@usoncology.com

Tracy Gordillo, McKesson Specialty Health – The US Oncology Network
310-416-8952
Tracy.Gordillo@mckesson.com

WFTV-Channel 9 News Anchor Martie Salt to present Emmy-nominated Blindsided: The Reality of Caring for Aging Parents at One Senior Place Greater Orlando Educational Seminar

martie-salt-wftv-channel-9-aOrlando, FL – One Senior Place Greater Orlando will host Blindsided: The Realities of Aging, on Wednesday, December 7 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at its offices in Altamonte Springs. This educational seminar, designed to provide critical information on the costs associated with elder care and how to prepare for them, is FREE and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to call (321) 751-6771 and RSVP to the event to reserve seating.

Co-sponsored by LTC Advisors, headlining the event is Martie Salt, WFTV-Channel 9 news anchor, who will screen her highly informative, Emmy-nominated TV special, Blindsided: The Reality of Caring for Aging Parents. After the screening, she will take questions from the audience and discuss her personal journey as a caregiver.

During her TV special, Salt took an in-depth look at the high costs associated with taking care of elderly parents and why most people are not prepared for this inevitability. She also presented sobering information regarding how individuals cannot depend on Medicare or Medicaid to pay for long-term care services. While interviewing Central Florida elder care professionals, it was revealed that most people do not have the finances to carry them through their expected lifetimes.

This growing healthcare crisis will affect millions of Americans — both the elderly and children of aging parents — as the baby boomer generation continues to age. Preparing for the inevitable realities of aging and their associated costs are tantamount to creating financial stability and peace of mind. The goal of this seminar is to educate and inform. Other expert presenters will include an elder law attorney, long term care planning specialist, geriatric care manager, and social worker.

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Photo (attached) –Martie Salt, WFTV-Channel 9 News Anchor, will present her TV special on caring for aging parents and answer questions during Blindsided: The Realities of Aging, a One Senior Place Greater Orlando free event in Altamonte Springs on Wednesday, December 7, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. photo courtesy Martie Salt

About One Senior Place Greater Orlando - One Senior Place is a one-stop resource and information office providing advice, care and services for seniors, caregivers and those approaching retirement. It is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors. Located at 715 Douglas Ave. near Florida Hospital Altamonte (off I-4 between State Roads 434 and 436) One Senior Place was named Florida’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2008. In 2014, it was recognized for its positive impact on the community and named “Business of the Year” by the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. More information about One Senior Place can be found on the company website at www.OneSeniorPlace.com or by calling 407-949-6733.

Emmy Nominated Report Asks: Are You Ready for ‘Aging in Place?’

WFTV-Channel 9 News Anchor Martie Salt to present Blindsided: The Reality of Caring for Aging Parents at One Senior Place Greater Orlando Educational Seminar

martie-salt-wftv-channel-9-aOrlando, FL – One Senior Place and LTC Advisors will host Blindsided: The Realities of Aging, on Wednesday, December 7 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at its offices in Altamonte Springs. This educational seminar, designed to provide critical information on the costs associated with elder care and how to prepare for them, is FREE and open to the public.

Headlining the event is Martie Salt, WFTV-Channel 9 news anchor, who will screen her highly informative TV special, Blindsided: The Reality of Caring for Aging Parents. After the screening, she will take questions from the audience and discuss her personal journey as a caregiver.

During her TV special, Salt took an in-depth look at the high costs associated with taking care of elderly parents and why most people are not prepared for this inevitability. She also presented sobering information regarding how individuals cannot depend on Medicare or Medicaid to pay for long-term care services. While interviewing Central Florida elder care professionals, it was revealed that most people do not have the finances to carry them through their expected lifetimes.

This growing healthcare crisis will affect millions of Americans — both the elderly and children of aging parents — as the baby boomer generation continues to age. Preparing for the inevitable realities of aging and their associated costs are tantamount to creating financial stability and peace of mind. The goal of this seminar is to educate and inform.

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One Senior Place is a one-stop resource and information office providing advice, care and services for seniors, caregivers and those approaching retirement. It is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors. Located at 715 Douglas Ave. near Florida Hospital Altamonte (off I-4 between State Roads 434 and 436) One Senior Place was named Florida’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2008. In 2014, it was recognized for its positive impact on the community and named “Business of the Year” by the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. More information about One Senior Place can be found on the company website at www.OneSeniorPlace.com or by calling 407-949-6733.

Army Ranger Battalion Commander Portrayed in the Film Black Hawk Down to Keynote at One Senior Place “Every Day is Veterans Day” Event

dannymcknightOrlando, FL – One Senior Place Greater Orlando will be hosting its annual Every Day is Veterans Day event on Friday, September 9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its offices in Altamonte Springs. This special tribute celebration, which was created to honor and remember the service and sacrifice of veterans, is FREE and open to the public.

Co-sponsored by VITAS Healthcare and Honor Flight Central Florida, Every Day is Veterans Day will feature a keynote address by Col. Danny R. McKnight, US Army (Ret.), who served in combat in Somalia in 1993 as an Army Ranger Battalion Commander. Tasked with capturing a renegade and violent warlord, McKnight and his men (along with Delta Force special forces) were involved in intense fighting in the city of Mogadishu. At one point, they found themselves surrounded by thousands of well-trained Somali rebels and armed civilians while protecting fellow soldiers whose Black Hawk helicopter crashed after being hit by a rocket launcher.

This event, retold in the book and movie Black Hawk Down, forms the basis of McKnight’s presentation on commitment, leadership and achieving mission success. Portrayed by actor Tom Sizemore in the film, McKnight also discusses the importance of making hard-but-right decisions instead of easy-but-wrong ones. His story is a visceral portrait of war and testament to the strength of the human spirit during the worst possible circumstances.

Numerous veterans and military organizations will be represented at Every Day is Veterans Day, which will also include a color guard, music, refreshments, door prizes and important information for veterans. For more information call 407.949.6733.

Click here to read more about Col. McKnight’s experiences

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About One Senior Place Greater Orlando

One Senior Place is a one-stop resource and information office providing advice, referrals and services for seniors, caregivers and those approaching retirement. It is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors. Located at 715 Douglas Ave. near Florida Hospital Altamonte (off I-4 between State Roads 434 and 436) One Senior Place was named Florida’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2008. In 2014, it was recognized for its positive impact on the community and named “Business of the Year” by the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. More information about One Senior Place can be found on the company website at www.OneSeniorPlace.com or by calling 407-949-6733.

Award Winning Documentary, ALIVE INSIDE, Comes to Orlando

April screening benefit offers inspiration, education and a glimpse of the future by engaging a surprising audience.

ORLANDO, FL – ALIVE INSIDE, an award-winning documentary about the power of music to help those living with dementia, is coming to Avalon Church with a surprising new audience in mind – kids. The screening serves as a benefit to expand the intergenerational “Adopt an Elder / Build a Bridge” program throughout Central Florida and will include a Q&A session with filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett and renowned UCF Neuroscientist Dr. Kiminobu Sugaya.

The ALIVE INSIDE screening event takes place at the Avalon Church in Avalon Park on April 9 at 3 pm. Avalon Church is located at 13460 Tanja King Blvd., Orlando, FL 32828. Tickets can be purchased online at www.AliveInside.org/Orlando. A Q&A session with the filmmaker and doctor, along with a special musical performance by participating students follows the screening.

The film ALIVE INSIDE is a joyous cinematic exploration of music’s capacity to reawaken our souls and uncover the deepest parts of our humanity. Rossato-Bennett chronicles the astonishing experiences of individuals around the country who have been revitalized through the simple experience of listening to music. His camera reveals the uniquely human connection we find in music and how its healing power triumphs where prescription medication falls short. This stirring documentary follows social worker Dan Cohen (founder of the nonprofit Music & Memory) as he restores a deep sense of self to those suffering from memory loss and fights a broken healthcare system to reveal music’s ability to combat it. Rossato-Bennett documents family members who witness the miraculous effects of personalized music on their loved ones, and offers illuminating interviews with experts including renowned neurologist and bestselling author Oliver Sacks (Musicophilia) and musician Bobby McFerrin. An uplifting cinematic exploration of music and the mind, ALIVE INSIDE’s inspirational and emotional story left audiences humming, clapping and cheering at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award.

Since its release, ALIVE INSIDE has fostered an explosion of over 2000 Music & Memory facilities across the country. A foundation emerged from an outpouring of interest and enabled Rossato-Bennett to further expand the vision of bringing music to elders. The Alive Inside Foundation’s key program, “Adopt an Elder / Build a Bridge”, includes youth and empowers them to become music detectives, finding songs that spark memories for dementia afflicted individuals while cultivating empathy and explaining aging. Both the giver and receiver benefit from this compassionate exchange.

In November, 2015, Orlando became one of the first U.S. cities to embrace this exciting program. Linda Taylor, founder of the Creative Care Association (CCA), was inspired by the film to invite Encore at Avalon Park (a music-themed assisted living facility) to co-facilitate a pilot class. Avalon Middle School and University of Central Florida came aboard enthusiastically and engaged their students. After viewing the film, students completed special training with Dr. Sugaya, experienced simulated dementia, and were paired with individuals living with dementia whom they visit weekly to find special songs that trigger memories, stories and connection. The results have been fascinating and inspiring, with students and residents alike benefitting from their time together.

Beyond using music as a means to bridge generations, the Alive Inside Foundation sets its sights on discouraging aging stereotypes. Their groundbreaking program helps students learn to forge relationships with seniors and demystifies senior care communities. Participants are educated and empowered to make an impact on the future of senior care. The program is so impactful that many students have chosen to continue participating this summer after their school year officially ends. The proceeds of this event will be used to fund the expansion of the program to additional schools and community youth programs. The goal is to have every elder living with dementia adopted throughout Central Florida, with youth bringing them their music.

As a result of the pilot program, Alive Inside Foundation and CCA have also partnered with UCF’s Multidisciplinary Neuroscience Alliance (MDNA), a think-tank comprised of researchers and educators dedicated to advancing cures for neurological conditions. Together, these agencies aim to inspire a movement that connects the generations through music, cultivates empathy in kids, and sparks aliveness in seniors.

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Memory: Health & Hope Q&A with Kathi Ridner, One Senior Place Director

Kathi Ridner at her desk 2015 croppedKathi Ridner, Director, answers questions about the upcoming special event, Memory: Health & Hope at One Senior Place Brevard/Space Coast on Friday, February 19th at 1:00 pm. This program is also being offered at the One Senior Place Greater Orlando in Altamonte Springs on Friday, February 19th at 10:00 am.

Q: Why host an event such as “Memory: Health & Hope” at One Senior Place?

A: From the time we opened our doors 10 years ago, One Senior Place has focused on hosting educational events and presentations that provide the seniors of Brevard County with information that will help them age well. There are amazing strides being made in clinical research in the field of Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Many of us are concerned about our memory changes, and up until now it has been a very sad and frightening prospect. The purpose of this special event is to share a sense of hope, for the first time ever.

 

Q: In your own words, what sets Dr. Cajal above other doctors in the area to discuss dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease?

A: Dr. Cajal is not only an expert in Alzheimer’s, Dementia and the aging brain, but as a Triage Specialist and Neuroscientist for Compass Research, she can speak about the strides being made in the clinical research arena. This information is not always available to physicians practicing medicine in the traditional office or hospital setting at this time.

 

Q. What is the deadline for people to call for a free memory screening appointment?

A: Compass Research conducts baseline memory screenings at no charge by appointment at One Senior Place in Viera on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 12-4pm. Since this is an ongoing service that we offer, people can call 321-751-6771 to schedule an appointment anytime that it’s convenient for their schedule. 

 

Q. What is the deadline for RSVP?

A: People interested in attending should call as soon as they can since we have limited seating.

 

Q. Why should seniors attend this event?

A: One Senior Place has always strongly advocated for seniors and their families to be armed with information, and this event will shed new light on a subject that concerns all of us.

The Experts in Aging Ask: “How is Your Memory?”

The Latest Research on Dementia Prevention and Treatment

Dr. Cajal Seminar(Viera, FL)  January 26, 2016 –  Viera-based One Senior Place, the Experts in Aging, will host Dr. Marieke Cajal, Triage Specialist and Neuroscientist at Compass Research, for a presentation on “Memory: Health & Hope” on Friday, February 19th at 1:00 PM.  Dr. Cajal will discuss memory loss, the aging process and the newest research regarding the prevention and treatment of dementia.  The Compass Research seminar will focus on signs, symptoms and treatments for memory loss and Alzheimer’s Disease.  Dr. Cajal will share the latest information and answer audience questions. Free memory screenings will be available by appointment to those who are concerned about their memory.  Seminar seating is limited and an RSVP is required.  Refreshments will be provided at the Viera marketplace for senior resources at 8085 Spyglass Hill Road.  For more information about One Senior Place, the experts in aging, visit their website at www.OneSeniorPlace.com or call (321) 751-6771.

Director, Kathi Ridner, is excited to share the wealth of new information recently uncovered about memory loss.

“We’re living in a tremendously exciting time for medical breakthroughs,” said Ridner.  “New information is coming to light that may help prevent the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.  Even more exciting is the possibility of an actual cure in our lifetime.”

“Memory: Health & Hope” will be followed by two additional memory events in March and April: “Dinner with the Doctor” and a showing of the movie, Alive Inside.  For information on these and the dozens of events presented annually by One Senior Place, call 321-751-6771.  One Senior Place is a marketplace for resources and provider of information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their families.  To learn more about One Senior Place, The Experts in Aging visit www.OneSeniorPlace.com.

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Photo 1 (attached)Dr. Marieke Cajal, discusses the latest findings on memory loss and its prevention on Friday, February 19 in Viera.  To reserve a seat for the event, RSVP by phone to 321-751-6771.

 

Dr. Marieke CajalPhoto 2 (attached)Dr. Marieke Cajal will discuss the latest research regarding the prevention and treatment of dementia at One Senior Place on February 19. Reserve a seat by calling 321-751-6771.

 

About Compass Research and Dr. Marieke Cajal –  Dr. Cajal is a Triage Specialist and Neuroscientist at Compass Research, one of the country’s leading research facilities in the area of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Cajal has also worked as a researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research, and as a visiting researcher for Harvard Medical School. Within Compass, Dr. Cajal performs various cognitive assessments, as well as aids families in identifying opportunities for research.

Compass Research is a clinical research company dedicated to testing investigational medications that cover a broad range of diseases and disorders. Their staff has over 400 years of combined clinical research experience in all fields of medicine, and they are proud to be at the forefront of Alzheimer’s and Dementia research. Compass currently is exploring the prevention of memory loss with genetic testing and medications aimed at preventing or delaying onset of memory loss and Alzheimer’s Disease.  Compass serves over 200 sponsors, from small bio-techs to the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies and has completed over 1,300 trials.  More about Compass Research is available on their website at www.CompassResearch.com.

 

About One Senior Place– Now in its tenth year, One Senior Place, The Experts in Aging, is a marketplace of resources and provider of information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their family caregivers in Central and East Central Florida.  Completely unique, One Senior Place at 8085 Spyglass Hill Road in Viera is a one-stop information hub and mini-mall “revolutionizing the way America shops for elder care and services.”  One Senior Place is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors.  In 2008, One Senior Place was named Florida’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration.  In Brevard, they were honored as  Business of the Year by the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce.  A second location, One Senior Place Orlando, opened in Altamonte Springs in December of 2011.  More information about One Senior Place and One Senior Place Orlando can be found on the company website at www.OneSeniorPlace.com or by calling 321-751-6771.

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