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Cathryn Petit

Serving the Winston-Salem Area

(336) 203-0752

8604 N. NC Highway 150
Clemmons, NC 27012

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Cathryn Petit


Growing up with an older sister with Cerebral Palsy, Cathryn knew at a young age she would spend her life dedicated to helping and serving others. With a long career as a Registered Nurse, she has been able to do just that. After working in various clinical settings, Cathryn is now using the skills she acquired in her nursing career, especially her case management skills, to assist the aging population and their families in making important life decisions and assuring gentle transitions to more supportive living communities.

"When I felt a calling to start my own business, I knew it would need to be a business where I could continue to help and serve others. I researched many senior service providers and determined the dedication shown by Senior Care Authority in serving others with the utmost quality best fit my purpose".

As someone who believes in fiscal soundness in health care, Cathryn obtained her MBA degree from Walden University and served as a director of a non-profit agency that assisted the uninsured in obtaining much needed health care. Through this position, Cathryn built strong partnerships with various types of health care providers and facilities. This role has also prepared her for locating and evaluating the best resources to fit her client’s needs.

Cathryn looks forward to assisting you and your family in what may be the most difficult time you have ever faced. Her expertise and gentle caring can assure the best experience possible in finding a solution that works for everyone.

Cathryn feels very blessed in having two sons, a daughter-in-law, a 3-year-old grandson and a granddaughter on the way. Cathryn had to face her own family struggles as her beloved husband suffered and unfortunately passed away from cancer.

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Cathryn's Latest Posts

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Changing the Culture of Ageism

Jeff Rubin, author and advocate for positive aging, shares these thoughts about how we can start (or continue) to value insights about our lives observed by people of all ages, from young children to older adults. Maybe take these powerful ideas into your day as you begin 2019.

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The Other Side of Dementia

Carmen Davailus Buck creates magic with images helping us stand out in the world. She left her career as a nurse practitioner to document the lives of families impacted by dementia and authored Just See Me-Sacred Stories from the Other Side of Dementia. She is a consultant and photographer for businesses and individuals who want to leave a remarkable legacy. She uses photography as an Alzheimer's Advocate knowing less fear = more love, compassion and kindness.

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Most Effective Healing Tools After Losing Someone

Sherry Cormier, PhD is a psychologist, consultant and public speaker. Formerly on the faculty at the University of Tennessee and West Virginia University, she is the author of Counseling Strategies and Interventions for Professional Helpers and coauthor of Interviewing and Change Strategies for Helpers. She has co-written and co-produced more than 50 training videos for Cengage Learning. Her new book is Sweet Sorrow: Finding Enduring Wholeness After Loss and Grief.

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