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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


Future Trends in Senior Living

Steve Moran is a celebrated publisher, writer and speaker who is known for his passion and commitment to the field of senior living. Through Senior Housing Forum, an extremely popular blog in our field, he takes on the tough topics that most others won't. More importantly, he elevates our field by talking about the positive contributions individuals and organizations are making to improve the lives of elders and team members.

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Ten Things to Understand About a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)

Skilled Nursing costs are covered by Medicare if the stay is for post-acute rehabilitation (usually following an injury or illness requiring a minimum of three overnights in the hospital, for up to 100 days). Medicare monitors progress and may stop paying if it is deemed that the patient can no longer improve by staying at the SNF.

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Essential Conversations For Families

There are those subjects that we often avoid discussing with our family. Sometimes it can be privacy issues, or discomfort in asking questions that have until now been considered off limits. If and when a sudden illness or accident occurs and your loved one is no longer able (whether temporarily or permanently) to manage their affairs, someone needs to be at the helm, ensuring bills are paid, pets are cared for, obligations fulfilled.

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