Amy Boulware and Rebecca Miller to Present During CHI Memorial’s Dementia Education Series
Amy Boulware, Care Manager for Elder Law and Special Needs Planning, and Rebecca Miller, Elder Law and Special Needs Attorney, will present during CHI Memorial’s six-week Dementia Education Series. Their on-demand presentation, “When You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know — The Importance of Having a Plan” will cover various estate planning techniques centered around dementia. They will detail the early, middle, and late stages of dementia diagnosis and how it impacts estate planning symptoms, concerns, and legal needs.
Chambliss is pleased to partner with CHI Memorial Center for Healthy Aging and other community organizations to assist with providing a six-week dementia-focused educational series. For more information on this series, please visit CHI Memorial’s website.
Amy Boulware is an elder care and special needs care manager and a Tennessee Licensed Advance Practice Social Worker (LAP MSW). For nearly three decades, she has devoted her time to serving elders, people with disabilities, and their families through advocacy and geriatric and special needs care coordination. Amy helps clients navigate a world of senior and disability services and provides hands-on assistance, from advising on geriatric-related matters like Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance — to working with parents of adult children with disabilities as they age.
Rebecca Miller uses her knowledge and expertise to give families peace of mind during some of life’s most difficult moments. She works with clients in both Tennessee and Georgia on elder law and special needs planning and care coordination, as well as solving disputes involving large estates and complicated assets. Clients count on Rebecca to guide them through conservatorships, both contested and uncontested, sometimes advising on whether a conservatorship is even necessary and who might be ideal to appoint. For more information on our team’s experience, please visit Amy or Rebecca’s bio.
Read the Chattanooga Times Free Press article, “CHI Memorial’s six-week, online video series aims to educate people with dementia and their caregivers.”