With over 100 years of combined experience in the nursing home, hospital, home health and assisted living industries, the members of our team are uniquely qualified to help you and your loved ones take the next step AT NO COST to you. Contact us now for a FREE and confidential consultation.
Our Pursuit - To be the senior living placement company of choice in each market we serve
Our Purpose - To exceed the quality, service and expectations of those we serve
Sara Woodard - Director of Operations Cell: 407-340-7239 Email: email@example.com
Sara has deep roots in Central Florida, having been raised in Winter Park and now living in Maitland with her husband of 25 years and her 2 children. She attributes her deep affection for seniors to the love she had for her own grandparents.
Sara has spent her entire professional career working to improve the health and well being of the elderly. She was part of the initial team that opened the 3rd assisted living in Central FL, even inviting the residents to her wedding! She was also a regional administrator for a CCRC home care company and then went on to become the Executive Director of a local Assisted Living Community caring for Individuals with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Sara was a double major in Biology and English at Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio and went on to do her graduate studies at The University Of Central FL’s College of Health Sciences. She has a certification as an Assisted Living Administrator and is a dementia and Alzheimer’s care specialist.
Carol Spears Cell: 407-492-0595 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol was born and raised in Central Florida. She is married and has three daughters, three son in-laws and 7 beautiful grandchildren. Carol has helped seniors find the right assisted living that they can call home for over 25 years here in Central Florida. It has enhanced their lives and brought peace of mind to their families. Carol was part of management teams that opened two assisted living communities in the area which both are now providing a home to over 250 seniors. The seniors and families that she has helped are too many to count. It has always been a passion for her to work with so many nice and interesting people and to help them find a place they can call home and to enjoy a happy life by getting the care, socialization and proper diet that is so important to their wellbeing.
Carol is the president and facilitator of the Health Care Sales and Marketing Professionals that has been meeting once a month for over 14 years. It is designed to bring health care professionals together to help educate them and work together to help seniors. This group also does a fundraiser and give out checks twice a year to local charities. In addition Carol sets up the monthly Florida Guardianship Association meetings. This is a group who helps seniors that do not have a family to assist them.
Carol studied business at Seminole State College in Lake Mary, Florida and Mesa State College in Grand Junction, Colorado. In the past years she was on the board of Maitland Chamber, Secretary of the Social Workers Association, core trained in Assisted Living Administration and a Marketing and Sales Director for over twenty years in local assisted living communities.
“I am very excited to be working with the team at Newport Senior Link and I look forward to meeting you and helping you find the right community that your love one can call home!”
Shiela McKay-Vaughan Cell: 386-299-5838 Email: email@example.com
In college was a member of Mortar Board Society and Pi Beta Phi sorority. She also has a Business Administration Certificate from Carlow College in Pittsburgh, PA. She has over 30 years in the Sales and Marketing field and served as a city commissioner in Daytona Beach for 7 years. While serving the people of Daytona Beach, she received the highest level of service achievement awarded by the National League of Cities. Most recently Shiela headed up a start up team for a home health company serving Volusia and Flagler counties.
She has been an active mother and grandmother in the life of her large family. She led a Girl Scout troop, headed up swimming meets and traveled for 10 years with her girls participating in Highland dancing competitions. Later she organized and was President of a local neighborhood organization, was President of the Women’s Club in Daytona Beach, served on the HUM board for 10 years responsible for feeding the homeless and has taught a reading program to homeless children for 8 years.
She is an active member of her church, has worked to increase awareness of learning disabilities in children and continues to advocate for helping the homeless. She enjoys helping people.