Amy Boulware to Present at Annual Accessibility Awareness Summit
Amy Boulware, elder law and special needs care manager, will present the Fourth Annual Accessibility Awareness Summit hosted by Signal Centers on Thursday, May 19, 2022. During “Aging and Disabilities: Planning for the Future,” she will provide insight on properly preparing for the needs of an aging or disabled loved one.
The summit, which will take place on Global Accessibility Awareness Day at Chattanooga State Community College, will provide assistance and beneficial information for individuals with disabilities and how these issues can be addressed with technology.
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. For more information on her experience, visit Amy’s bio.