Amy Boulware has 27 years of experience advocating for and serving elders, people with disabilities, and their families with honesty, compassion, and professionalism. She is a Tennessee Licensed Advance Practice Social Worker (LAP MSW) who believes that it is crucial to focus on assisting her clients with staying as independent as possible, while understanding the importance of re-evaluation as life circumstances change.
Amy is a nationally sought after speaker on issues of aging and disability and most recently has taught for Southern Adventist University’s Social Work and Nursing graduate schools. Amy is a team player who believes that working in a collaborative approach is the best way to serve her clients. She is the chair of both the Southern Adventist University’s Social Work Advisory Board and the Atlanta Shepherd Center Family and Consumer Advisory Board. The Shepherd Center is an internationally recognized spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation center.
Amy has become one of the area’s most knowledgeable professionals in Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and issues related to elders and people with disabilities. She has served on the Tennessee Governor’s Commission on Aging and is the former President of the State of Tennessee Health Care Social Work Association. Amy is the co-author of the Senior Survival Guide: An Information System Made Simple as well as the author of a monthly social work column.