Author Clay G. Small, a former Senior Vice President and Managing Attorney for PepsiCo Inc. He is a professor at SMU (Southern Methodist University) located in Dallas, Texas. He teaches classes within the Cox School of Business and is also a member of the Law School Executive Committee. Clay has also carved out time to write his first novel, "Heels Over Head."
Carol Giuliani is the founder of Senior Travel Companion Services, LLC, a business providing customized trip planning and travel escort for individual seniors or couples. She is a former attorney with 34 years of experience as a caregiver and 23 years as a professional fiduciary and guardian for the elderly.
Neal Mallam is a Regional Manager for the Medical Air Services Association (MASA), a pre-paid medical transportation solutions provider. He has been an EMT Firefighter and airline pilot prior to joining the MASA team. Janet Bryant is the Director of Operations for MASA Medical Transport Solutions, a division of MASA Global. Janet has been influential in spreading the word to baby boomers across the country concerning the potential gaps in their insurance coverage, whether through private insurance or Medicare, in regards to Emergency Medical Transportation. Sponsor: Senior Care Authority www.SeniorCareAuthority.com
Frank Samson and Marcy Baskin reflect on the past year of work done for seniors, their families and others. They discuss the love of what they do and appreciation to those in the senior care industry.
Phil P. Lindsley is a widely recognized elder and special needs law attorney. His practice is limited to Medi-Cal and public benefits planning, special needs planning, "Life Care" planning, asset protection, probate and trust administration, and conservatorships and their alternatives.
Emma Pearson, Editorial Director at Franchise Business Review interviews Frank Samson, Founder of Senior Care Authority. He discusses the growth of the senior placement services sector as well as how gratifying, both on a professional and personal level, it is to help seniors and their families. The site can be viewed at www.SeniorCareAuthority.com/franchise