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Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents

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2018Senior Resource Guidefor McKinney ResidentsSenior Focused Businesses& Local ResourcesSWINDLED! How OlderAmericans are BeingScammedPutting Affairs in OrderHaving the Talkwith Elder Parents

EDUCATE. EQUIP. EMPOWER. CHAIR-ELECT CHAIR Tammy Cordes Renee Thornton CarePatrol – Owner Emerald Cottages – Community Director IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR Welcome to the Senior Services Alliance (SSA), a program of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce. Sherry Christiaens The SSA was formed in 2016 from the desire of Senior Living Specialists – Community Outreach Director business professionals to serve the aging adults in the McKinney area. The goal is to educate, equip S E C R E TA R Y and empower the senior population. Catherine LeBreton The senior population in McKinney alone is growing at a staggering rate. Along with that comes the Brookdale – Director of Sales increased number of seniors and adult children who need resources and solutions. The need for a printed PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT piece that could contain all the information you need in one place was recognized. The purpose of this Jay Hill guide is three-fold: Home Instead – Client Care Coordinator 1 Quickly connect you to the right CIVIC DUTIES people who can help. Cory St. Aubin 2 Educate you with tips and HarborChase – Director of Sales solutions on senior topics. MARKETING 3 P rovide you with a directory of senior-focused Mandi Wong businesses in the McKinney area. Medicare Supplements Plus Insurance Agency – Agent I hope you will enjoy the benefits of this guide throughout the year and consider these businesses MEMBER AT LARGE your trusted resources for all your needs. Lori Givens Sincerely, Wheat-Givens Financial – Certified Financial Planner Renee Thornton MEMBER AT LARGE Senior Services Alliance Chair Brad Redfield SSA MISSION STATEMENT: The Senior Services Alliance is a network of Chamber Keller Williams – Realtor business professionals focused on being a resource to educate and serve the senior community and their families. CHAMBER LIAISON Whether the need is immediate or planning for the future, the Senior Services Alliance directly contributes to the point of Jocelyn Hudson – Events Manager need on the continuum of care and adds to the quality of life while promoting aging in place. MCKINNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 400 W. Virginia St. McKinney, TX 75069 972-542-0163 SENIOR SERVICE ALLIANCE | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents

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CONTENTS PROJECT MANAGEMENT2 Letter from the Chair Publisher6 L ocal Resources for Seniors McKinney Chamber of Commerce Volunteer, Educational, and Recreational Design and Printing Community Impact Newspaper7 Local Resources for Seniors Editorial Writer Government and Non-profit Nancy Baldwin9 Putting Your Affairs in Order © 2018 THE MCKINNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, all rights reserved. Reproduction in Important Documents all Seniors Should Have in Place whole or in part without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. Information in this12 Swindled! How Older Americans publication is gathered from various sources and are Being Scammed every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. Top Scams Targeting Seniors15 Having the Talk with Elder Parents How to Start the Difficult Conversations19 Business Directory Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 5

LOCAL RESOURCES FOR MCKINNEY SENIORSVOLUNTEER, EDUCATIONAL, ANDRECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIESVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES EXPLORE MCKINNEY/LOCAL EVENTSVolunteer McKinney McKinneyOnline.com400 W. Virginia Street, Suite 100 400 West Virginia Street, Suite 100McKinney, TX 75069 McKinney, TX 75069Phone: (972) 542-0679 Phone: (972) 542-0163Website: Website: www.mckinneyonline.comEDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES McKinney Convention & Visitors Bureau 200 West Virginia StreetSeniors Active in Learning (SAIL) at Collin College McKinney, TX 750692200 West University Drive Phone: (888) 649-8499McKinney, TX 75071 Website: www.visitmckinney.comPhone: (972) 985-3788Website: McKinney Chamber of Commerce 400 West Virginia Street, Suite 100RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES McKinney, TX 75069 Phone: (972) 542-0163McKinney Senior Recreation Center Website: www.mckinneychamber.com1400 S. College StreetMcKinney, TX 75069 City of McKinneyPhone: (972) 547-7491 222 N. Tennessee StreetWebsite: McKinney, TX 75069 Phone: (972) 547-7500Apex Centre Website: www.mckinneytexas.org3003 Alma RoadMcKinney, TX 75070Phone: (972) 547-2739Website: & Helen Hall Memorial Library101 E. Hunt StreetMcKinney, TX 75069Phone: (972) 547-7323Website: https://www.mckinneytexas.orgJohn & Judy Gay Library6861 W. Eldorado ParkwayMcKinney, TX 75070Phone: (972) 547-7323Website: https://www.mckinneytexas.org6 | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents

LOCAL RESOURCES FOR MCKINNEY SENIORS GOVERNMENT & NON-PROFIT RESOURCESMEDICARE, DISABILITY, VETERANS AFFAIRS, ELDER ABUSEMEDICAID Collin County Sheriff’s OfficeSocial Security Administration – McKinney Office 4300 Community Avenue3250 Craig Drive McKinney, TX 75071McKinney, TX 75070 Phone: (972) 547-5100Phone: (866) 931-2731 Website: www.collincountytx.govWebsite: www.ssa.govServices Provided: Retirement benefits, Texas Adult Protection Servicesdisability benefits, Medicare Phone: (800) 252-5400 Website: www.txabusehotline.orgVeterans Center of North Texas900 E. Park Blvd., Suite 155 Elder Financial Safety CenterPlano, TX 75074 3910 Harry Hines BoulevardPhone: (214) 600-2966 Dallas, TX 75219Website: Phone: (214) 823-5700Services Provided: Benefits counseling Website: advocacy for veterans centerHealth & Human Services – McKinney Office T R A N S P O R TAT I O N901 North McDonald Street, Suite 800McKinney, TX 75069 Collin County TransitPhone: (972) 547-5929 DCTA Customer ServiceWebsite: Phone: (940) 243-0077Services Provided: Medicaid, low-income benefit program Website: Services Provided: mobility solutions for older adultsMEAL DELIVERY (65+ years), disabled residents, and low income residents (subsidized taxi voucher program)Meals on Wheels – Collin County600 North Tennessee Street -DCTA Customer Service is available Monday throughMcKinney, Texas 7506 Friday from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Phone: (972) 562–6996Website: www.mowcc.comServices Provided: Home-delivered meals,Senior Safety Net program, pet meals,shower baskets, shelf stable packages*There is no income requirement to receive meals.BENEFITS COUNSELINGNorth Central Texas Area Agency on Aging - servingCollin CountyPhone: (817) 695-9166 - Mary Jane DouglasToll-Free: (800) 272-3921Website: Provided: Benefits counseling, care coordination,long-term care ombudsman, nursing home relocation Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 7

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PUTTING AFFAIRS IN ORDERPlanning for tragedy is an uncomfortable process. Many adults feel thatcreating legal documents is complex and expensive. Also, a misconception exists that these formsaren’t necessary until later in life. Yet, end-of-life documents allow all adults over the age of 18 to make firm decisionsabout what they want in the event of a health crisis or death. Without this information, loved ones are left in the dark facingwrenching decisions, potentially hefty legal bills and disputes to untangle.LAST WILL AND/OR LIVING TRUST What are the consequences of not having a Last Will?Why is a Last Will needed?• A last will and testament tells the world who should receive • Without a will, the state may impose a statutory scheme which assets after death. contrary to a client’s plans for distributing property.• Critical not just for the elderly, all parents with minor children • A judge of the probate court will decide how goods will be need a will because it allows them to name guardians for divided. those dependents. • Money intended for children may be sent somewhere else. • Probate may be time consuming and costly.Why is a Living Trust needed? The will and/or living trust allows the individual to outline exactly how they want their estate distributed upon death. A properly• Although it functions like a will, a living trust is private and drafted living trust can also provide certain tax protections, allows an estate to forgo probate. address remarriage issues that can arise after spouse #1 dies, avoids probate and the expensive guardianship process.”• It provides control of assets both during life and after death. - Fred Haiman – Attorney, Haiman & HoguePOWER OF ATTORNEY (FINANCIAL & MEDICAL)Why is a Power of Attorney needed? What are the consequences of not having a Power of Attorney?• A power of attorney (POA) for finances allows a designated • Without a power of attorney, when a person becomes person to manage financial affairs, pay bills, sell property, incapacitated, relatives will have to go to court to get the contract for services, etc. authority to take care of finances and health care.• In the event an elderly person becomes incapacitated • These living documents are important for anyone over the unexpectedly, this living document ensures an advocate is age of 18. Once a child turns 18, his or her parents are thinking about his best interests. legally cut off from making important decisions.“The living documents allow you to appoint someone you trust to take care of you if you become ill, injured, disabled or incapacitated. ThePOA allows your agent, a person you trust, to take care of your finances, to handle anything that has to do with finances and financialinstitutions. The medical POA allows the person you appoint to fight for your medical treatment, if you are unable to speak for yourself.” – Fred Haiman - Attorney, Haiman & Hogue Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 9

PUTTING AFFAIRS IN ORDERDIRECTIVES TO PHYSICIANS What are the consequences of not having an Advanced Medical Directive?Why is a Directive to Physicians needed?• Also known as an advance medical directive or living will, a • Without a directive to physicians, a doctor will be responsi- directive to physicians details the type of care a person will ble for making medical decisions on a person’s behalf. receive if he becomes seriously ill or incapacitated. • This decision includes the choice of whether to take heroic• It names a chosen healthcare advocate who will ensure a measures to keep a person alive. person’s end-of-life wishes are followed.“The directive to physicians is the document where you decide, while you’re well, what you want done in the event that all medicaltreatments have failed, and the decision is whether or not to keep you on life support. You decide to pull your plug or not, and thereforethat decision doesn’t fall on the shoulders of your loved ones.” - Fred Haiman – Attorney, Haiman & HogueHIPAA AUTHORIZATIONWhy is HIPAA Authorization needed? What are the consequences of not having a HIPAA Authorization?• Even with a medical POA, all adults should • Without a HIPAA release, family members will have a HIPAA release. be prevented from receiving vital information.• With this authorization, a hospital can give family members • Current HIPAA law prevents medical professionals from and parents updates about a patient’s medical condition in releasing medical information, even to the spouse of a the event of an emergency. patient, without this release.“The HIPAA authorization allows your family to get your medical information or medical records if they need to.” - Fred Haiman – Attorney, Haiman & HogueDECLARATION OF GUARDIAN IN CASE OF FUTURE INCAPACITATIONWhy is a Declaration of Guardian needed? What are the consequences of not having a Declaration of Guardian?• A declaration of guardian advises the court who • Without a declaration of guardian, court intervention is a person wants to serve as his guardian in the event necessary to appoint someone to be a legal guardian. he is incapacitated.• The guardian has the responsibility to provide care, • In addition, the guardian appointed by the court may replace supervision, and protection including clothing, food, medical the agents named in the financial and medical POA’s. care and shelter.“The declaration of guardian in case of future incapacitation allows you to designate who you want to be your guardian in the event thatyou become disabled, permanently or long-term, to the point where you are completely unable to care for yourself. It also allows you totell the court who you don’t want your guardian to be, in case there are troublemakers in the family or people you don’t want to burden.” - Fred Haiman – Attorney, Haiman & Hogue10 | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents

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SWINDLED! HOW OLDER AMERICANSARE BEING SCAMMEDEach year, five million seniors become victims of financial fraud and exploitation resulting in the loss of over $36 billion. Residentsof North Texas are not immune to this crime. During 2017, $1.067 million was lost to elder victims in Collin County. Reportedlosses suffered in McKinney alone totaled $626,000. The key to avoiding victimization is to recognize a deception when it occurs.Here are the top scams as noted by the FBI and Collin County Sheriff’s Office. CON ARTIST PRETENDING TO BE REPRESENTATIVES FROM GOVERNMENT AGENCIESHas this happened to you? Tactics they use Ways to Protect Yourself • “We have a warrant out for your arrest.”You receive a call from a • “You owe us money.” • Hang up the phone.“representative” from a government • “You owe fines.”organization such as the IRS, • “You missed jury duty.” • Or, ask them for a phone number so youMedicare, Social Security, or a law can call them back to verify their identity.enforcement agency. • Do not provide personal information including your Social Security number or Medicare number over the phone.CON ARTIST PRETENDING TO BE YOUR “GRANDKIDS”Has this happened to you? Tactics they use: Ways to Protect YourselfYou receive a distress call from • “I’m in jail and need you to send • Ask for personal information to identifysomeone pretending to be your money.” that the caller is your grandchild.grandchild. • “I’m in another country and need you to • Do not give credit card or banking wire money.” information to callers you don’t know or trust.CON ARTIST ASKING FOR MONEY ON DATING WEBSITE OR DATING APPHas this happened to you? Tactics they use Ways to Protect Yourself • “I’m in the military and/or workYou meet someone online through • Do not give credit card or bankinga dating website, app, or social overseas.” information over the website. • “I need money to travel.” • Never send money to someone you haven’t met. • “I need money due to an emergency.” • Do not rush into making financial • “I promise to repay you.” decisions with someone you met online.CON ARTIST CALLING ABOUT YOUR NEW MEDICARE CARDHas this happened to you? Tactics they use Ways to Protect YourselfYou receive a call from a Medicare • “I need you to pay for your new • Hang up the phone.representative who wants to talk Medicare card.”about your new Medicare I.D. cards. • Do not give credit card or banking • “I need you to confirm personal information over the phone. information before I can mail you a new card.” • Do not share your Social Security number, Medicare number, or personal information.12 | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents

SWINDLED! HOW OLDER AMERICANS ARE BEING SCAMMEDCON ARTIST CALLING ABOUT YOUR COMPUTERHas this happened to you? Tactics they use Ways to Protect YourselfYou receive a call from a tech • “Your computer is vulnerable to a • Hang up the representative to discuss security threat.”your computer. • Do not give your computer’s username • “Would you like a free security check on or password to anyone over the phone your computer?” that you do not know or trust.COMPUTER VIRUS SCAMSHas this happened to you? Tactics they use: Ways to Protect YourselfYou are on the Internet and a • “Your computer has been infected with • Do not download any software programpop-up window warns you that a virus. Click here to remove.” directly to your computer.your computer has been infectedwith a virus.MORE TIPS TO AVOID BEING SCAMMED• Don’t send money with a sense of urgency. Give it time for consideration.• Don’t make important decisions in isolation.• Monitor calls. Don’t answer the phone unless you know who is calling.• If you suspect a caller is a fraudster, don’t call any phone number he gives you.• Do your homework. If you must call a government agency, call the local number you know.• Remember, no government agency will ever call and ask for money.• If anyone asks for money and you can’t verify the facts, hang up.• Get rid of junk mail and don’t subscribe to any offers you receive.• Always question alternative payment methods, including gift cards and wire transfers.• Stay engaged in financial statements and look for irregularities.WHAT TO DO WHEN A SCAM OCCURS• Tell someone: a friend, family member or local authority.• Maintain any correspondence, receipts, bank account details, and phone numbers.• Report the scam as soon as it becomes suspicious.• Report to a local fraud hotline, police, sheriff’s office, FBI office, or Department of Justice.• Collin County Sheriff’s Office, (Telephone Scams) 972-547-5100• Elder Financial Safety Center at Senior Source (Financial Abuse) 214-823-5700• FBI (Internet Crime Complaints)• FBI Dallas Field Office 972-559-5000• Federal Trade Commission (Identity Theft)• Senior Medicare Patrol (Medicare Fraud) 713-341-6184 or Toll-free 888-341-6187 Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 13

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HAVING THE TALK WITH ELDER PARENTSWith age comes change. Some change is obvious. Hair becomes gray and walkingslows. Other changes are not so obvious. Memory fades and health declines.Common tasks and responsibilities take longer than before or are forgotten altogether.As parents transition to older age, it’s time to initiate “the talk” about sensitive subjects.STEP #1: PLAN AHEAD STEP 5: APPROACH FINANCES CAREFULLYBeing educated and planning for the “What Ifs” in life is Conversations about family finances can be the most important step. This preparation can be as simple as Aging parents are resistant to discussing money or planningresearching health issues online, reviewing retirement for how it is to be used in the event of a crisis. A referral to acommunities, talking with a physician, or meeting with an financial professional may be all they need. A larger issue is theattorney. management of finances if the parent becomes incapacitated.STEP #2: STAY CONNECTED STEP 6: REVIEW LIVING DOCUMENTSRegular phone calls and visits will keep lines of Living documents including a Power of Attorney and Medicalcommunication open and reveal issues before they Power of Attorney allow seniors to appoint someone they trustbecome a crisis. to manage finances and make medical decisions during a crisis.STEP #3: SET A POSITIVE TONE WITHCOMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION STEP #8: KNOW WHEN TO TAKE THE KEYSElder parents who feel involved in lifestyle decisions are A lack of driving skill puts an elderly person’s life andless likely to be resistant to change. Including parents as others’ lives at risk. A reexamination of driving skills may bemuch as possible when planning for their care and living recommended by a family member, physician, emergencyarrangement also will help them accept suggestions. medical technician, or peace officer. In Texas, drivers who areThis approach encourages them see their children more 79 years of age or older at the time their current driver licenseas partners than someone who’s coming in to make expires are generally required to renew their license in personchanges. at a Department of Transportation location.STEP #4: BEGIN DISCUSSIONS EARLY STEP #9: CONSIDER A NEW HOMEOften a crisis is discovered when adult children visit Another difficult topic to discuss is alternative livingtheir parents after an absence. Unfortunately, important arrangements. For some seniors, in-home care with a licensedconversations often occur too late for aging adults to caregiver will meet their needs. For others, an assisted livingmake educated decisions. Early discussions have the or memory care facility is the best choice. A conversation aboutbest chance of being received in a positive light. lifestyle is best begun early. Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 15

HAVING THE TALK WITH ELDER PARENTS BE ALERT TO CHANGE MCKINNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - SENIOR SERVICES The signs of aging increase over time. Some are ALLIANCE MEMBERS WEIGH IN obvious, while others are subtler. If the answer to these questions leaves doubt about a parent’s PLAN AHEAD safety, a more serious conversation is needed. “A lot of people wait too long to get the help they need and Several warning signs are indications that a change make decisions. It’s taking the step forward. It’s thinking, ‘if is needed. this, then that.” Physical and Mental Changes Mary Gilliam, Administrator, Monarch Senior Solutions • Do you notice slurred speech? STAY CONNECTED • Do they seem confused? “It’s important to stay in contact with your parents. One in • Do you notice a change in mental status? three develop dementia after the age of 65, and one in two • Do they have a loss of balance? after the age of 85.” • Are they suffering from memory loss? Sherry Christiaens, Community Outreach Director, Safety Risks Senior Living Specialists. • Are they at risk of falling? • Are they at risk of wandering? SET A POSITIVE TONE • Can they drive safely? “If you have a great relationship and communication is clear Activities of Daily Living and transparent, then conversations are easier to deal with.” • Can they bathe themselves? Jay Hill, Client Care Coordinator, Home Instead Senior Care. • Can they groom themselves? • Can they dress themselves? BEGIN DISCUSSIONS EARLY • Can they use a bathroom independently? Children don’t see it in their parents until they come for the • Can they get in and out of bed? holidays. They find things in disarray. There’s no food in the • Can they get in and out of a chair? refrigerator. Bills haven’t been paid. The finances are the • Can they fix their own meals? tipping point.” • Can they be safe around a stove or microwave? Sherry Christiaens, Community Outreach Director, • Are they taking their medications on time? Senior Living Specialists16 | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents APPROACH FINANCES CAREFULLY “If they really don’t want their kids involved, they can get a daily money manager who will help them get organized.” Tammy Cordes, Owner, CarePatrol REVIEW LIVING DOCUMENTS “I often tell my clients to use the example of Mom and Dad being involved in an auto accident while both are in the car. For example, ‘Mom, what if you and Dad were in an accident while driving together and you were both put in the hospital. How can brother and I take care of you if you don’t have a Power of Attorney and Medical Power of Attorney? Appoint us to be your agents.” Fred Haiman, Attorney, Haiman & Hogue KNOW WHEN TO TAKE THE KEYS “Try to make it so it’s not your idea but somebody else’s. Have their hearing and vision checked. Let them hear it from a doctor. Call the primary physician and report your concerns. Or alert your county to require a driver’s test.” Jay Hill, Client Care Coordinator, Home Instead Senior Care CONSIDER A NEW HOME “The best time is when they’re still physically capable to get into a community and enjoy themselves. They can decide, ‘Do I want a community or a residential care facility.” Tammy Cordes, Owner, CarePatrol

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SSA DIRECTORYFINANCIAL / INSURANCE / LEGAL STONEBRIDGE FINANCIAL GROUP Connie DavisESTES LAW OFFICE, P.L.L.C. 6657 Virginia Pkwy #300, McKinney, TX 75071Jake Estes (214) 988-9178 • [email protected] S. Central Expwy, Ste. 200McKinney, TX 75070 THE DUFF LAW FIRM, PLLC(469) 219-3180 • [email protected] Sarah Duff 206 S. Kentucky St., Ste. 205, McKinney, TX 75069FORMULATED DENTAL PLAN (972) 439-1315 • [email protected] Turano1203 N. Kentucky St., Ste. B WHEAT-GIVENS FINANCIALMcKinney, TX 75069 Lori Givens(469) 742-0750 6401 S. Custer Rd, Ste. 2000, McKinney, TX [email protected] (214) 385-2415 • [email protected] HOGUE, PLLC HOME HEALTH/HOSPICE/PERSONAL CARESheila Williamson2595 Dallas Pkwy, Ste. 100 ACAPPELLA IN HOME CAREFrisco, TX 75034 Stephanie Britton(469) 893-5337 • [email protected] 7920 Beltline Rd #380 , Dallas, TX 75254 (214) 866-0085HEALTHMARKETS INSURANCE AGENCY - [email protected] ELLISPeggy Ellis ALWAYS BEST CARE OF NORTHERN DALLAS6401 W. Eldorado Pkwy, Ste. 316 Teemol NadakalMcKinney, TX 75070 6401 Eldorado Pkwy, Ste 328, McKinney, TX 75070 (972) 800-9223 • [email protected] (469) 900-9944 • [email protected] SUPPLEMENTS PLUS INSURANCE AUNT MAE’S HOME CAREAGENCY - MANDI WONG Sam BanerjeeMandi Wong 2570 Eldorado Pkwy #120, McKinney, TX 75070 5900 S. Lake Forest, Ste. 300 (469) 742-0700 • [email protected], TX 75070(214) 785-2260 • [email protected] BRIGHTSTAR CARE OF PLANO AND MCKINNEYMERRILL LYNCH WEALTH MANAGEMENT Bill StinsonSherry E. Craig, CFP® CRPC® 630 N. Central Expwy., Ste. 640, Plano, TX 750742301 Eldorado Pkwy, Ste. 100 (215) 431-6105 • [email protected], TX 75070(972) 369-1948 • [email protected] COMFORCARE HOME CARE NORTH DALLAS Ramon MolinaNASHIONAL FINANCIAL 1836 W. Virginia St., Ste. 104-AWhitney Nash McKinney, TX 750691621 Willow Ln., McKinney, TX 75070 (214) 592-0840 •[email protected](469) 486-3400 • [email protected] GRACE HOME HEALTH INC.NEW YORK LIFE - BRANDON GREENROY Lori SwickBrandon Greenroy 5045 Lorimar Dr., Ste. 260, Plano, TX 750932600 Network Blvd, Suite 130, Frisco, TX 75034 (469) 326-1700 • [email protected](940) 268-7733 • [email protected] HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CAREOUTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Jay HillBob Outman 520 Central Pkwy E., Ste. 200, Plano, TX 75074 1089 W. Exchange Pkwy, #2203, Allen, TX 75013 (972) 848-3477 • [email protected](214) 235-8248 • [email protected] Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 19

SSA DIRECTORY MONARCH SENIOR SOLUTIONS MEDICAL CITY MCKINNEY Mary Gilliam Sally Huggins 7708 San Jacinto Pl., Ste. 100, Plano, TX 75024 4500 Medical Center Dr. (469) 300-2288 • [email protected] McKinney, TX 75069 (972) 547-8002 VISITING ANGELS OF MCKINNEY [email protected] Theresa Kolp 4500 Eldorado Pkw., Ste. 3500 MEDPRO PHARMACY McKinney, TX 75070 Amy Jones (214) 491-1999 • [email protected] 2212 Sam Rayburn Hwy, Ste. 100 Melissa, TX 75454 MEDICAL / DENTAL / PHARMACY / VISION (972) 837-2900 [email protected] ADRIATICA AUDIOLOGY AND HEARING CENTER MIRACLE-EAR Taylor Elbe Charity Jones 6991 Mediterranean Dr., McKinney, TX 75070 1933 N Central Expwy, Ste. 514 (972) 542-8900 • [email protected] McKinney, TX 75070 (214) 491-6147 • [email protected] APOLLO PHARMACY Subu Palanisamy NEWBERRY VISION CENTER, PLLC 4987 W. University Dr., Ste. 120 Dr. Eric Newberry McKinney, TX 75071 1716 W. Virginia St, McKinney, TX 75069 (972) 542-6337 • [email protected] (972) 562-0101 [email protected] FAMILY HEALTH CENTER AT VIRGINIA PARKWAY NEW CENTURY HOSPICE Allen Patterson Chad Ward 120 South Central Expwy 4101 McEwen Rd., Ste. 500, Dallas, TX 75244 #103 & #105, McKinney, TX 75070 (972) 239-0907 • [email protected] (214) 618-5600 • [email protected] RECLAIM INTERNAL MEDICINE HEARING SERVICES OF MCKINNEY Dr. Mandy Thompson Elizabeth Brassine 3900 S. Stonebridge Dr., #1404 4201 Medical Center Dr., Ste. 270 McKinney, TX 75070 McKinney, TX 75069 (214) 379-4234 • [email protected] (972) 838-1300 • [email protected] STONEBRIDGE INTERNAL MEDICINE (TEXAS MCKINNEY SMILES HEALTH PHYSICIANS GROUP) Paul Lawrence, D.D.S. Brenda Lewis 2780 Virginia Pkwy, Ste. 201, McKinney, TX 75071 5881 Virginia Pkwy, Ste. 300, McKinney, TX, 75071 (972) 542-8400 • [email protected] (972) 369-0214 • [email protected] MCKINNEYCARE PHARMACY STONEBRIDGE PHARMACY AND COMPOUNDING Madhu Vemuri Rahul V Gandhi 3851 S. Stonebridge Dr., Ste. 1100 4601 Medical Center Dr., Ste. B McKinney, TX 75070 McKinney, TX 75069 (972) 787-0100 • [email protected] (972) 325-2273 • [email protected] MICELLANEOUS / OTHER20 | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents COLLIN COLLEGE - SAIL Sherry Scamardo 4800 Preston Park Blvd., Plano, TX 75093 (972) 985-3788 • [email protected]

SSA DIRECTORYDCTA - COLLIN COUNTY TRANSIT FIRESIDE CUSTOM HOMESMichelle Bloomer Melissa Eason1955 Lakeway Dr., Ste. 260, Lewisville, TX 75057 3709 Creek View Dr., McKinney, TX 75071(972) 221-4600 • [email protected] (214) 578-5584 • [email protected] ON WHEELS COLLIN COUNTY TOWNE CREEK APARTMENTSMarzella Tyson Kelly Presley600 N. Tennessee St., McKinney, TX 75069 506 S. Graves St., McKinney, TX 75069(972) 562-6996 • [email protected] (972) 548-7170 • [email protected] GROVE CEMETERY SENIOR LIVING OPTIONS -Jeff Hull ASSISTED/MEMORY CAREPO Box 692, McKinney, TX 75070(972) 542-4029 • [email protected] AVALON MEMORY CARE Amanda HawnPUROCLEAN RESTORATION SPECIALISTS 5401 McKinney Ranch Pkwy., McKinney, TX 75070Jim Bauer (817) 688-2222 • [email protected] Rose Lane #103, Frisco, TX 75034(972) 624-7870 • [email protected] BELTERRA HEALTH & REHABILITATION CENTERRICHARDSON BIKE MART Dani RivasWoody Smith 2170 N. Lake Forest Dr., McKinney, TX 750719040 Falcon View Dr., McKinney, TX 75070 (972) 542-5500 • [email protected](469) 625-1700 • [email protected] BROOKDALE STONEBRIDGE RANCHSTAR LOCAL MEDIA - MCKINNEY Catherine LeBretonCOURIER-GAZETTE 1650 S. Stonebridge Dr., McKinney, TX 75070Carolyn Nabors (972) 529-1420 • [email protected] Krona Dr., Ste. 170, Plano, TX 75074(972) 398-4236 • [email protected] CHRISTIAN CARE SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY - ALLENTRUBLUE TOTAL HOUSE CARE Donna WrightRusty Rea 560 Prestige Cir., Allen, TX 750025000 Eldorado Pkwy, Ste. 150-344 (469) 656-9900 • [email protected], TX 75033(972) 299-0084 • [email protected] GRAND BROOK MEMORY CARE Christina VossSENIOR LIVING OPTIONS - INDEPENDENT 175 Plateau Dr., McKinney, TX 75069 (972) 542-0606 • [email protected] - HOLIDAY RETIREMENTNicol Smith HARBORCHASE MCKINNEY5701 Virginia Pkwy., McKinney, TX 75071 Cory St. Aubin(972) 905-4333 • [email protected] 265 Plateau Dr., McKinney, TX 75069 (469) 712-7660 • [email protected] CARE SENIOR LIVINGCOMMUNITY - ALLEN LEGEND OF MCKINNEY ASSISTEDRobert Braley LIVING AND MEMORY CARE560 Prestige Cir., Allen, TX 75002 Cindy Poetschke(469) 656-9900 • [email protected] 220 S. Crutcher Crossing, McKinney, TX 75070 (972) 540-5100EMERALD COTTAGES OF STONEBRIDGE [email protected] Thornton2551 Alma Rd., McKinney, TX 75070 Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents | 21(469) 677-7020 • [email protected]

SSA DIRECTORY REDBUD PLACE EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE Robin Edwards Jay McMahon 101 W. Wilson Creek Pkwy., McKinney, TX 75069 3214 Belt Line Rd. (972) 562-9698 • [email protected] Farmers Branch, TX 75234 (214) 683-6640 • [email protected] STONEFIELD ASSISTED LIVING & MEMORY CARE COMMUNITY GOLDEN TRANSITIONS Brian Culpepper Dannelle LeBlanc 2701 Alma Rd., McKinney, TX 75070 2114 Eisenhower Dr., McKinney, TX 75071 (214) 491-1710 (469) 424-0184 [email protected] [email protected] THE HERITAGE AT TWIN CREEKS HOLLAND REALTY Kathrine Reyna Lyne Stephens 920 Stockton Dr., Allen, TX 75013 5700 Granite Pkwy, Ste. # 200 (214) 509-9005 • [email protected] Plano, TX 75024 (214) 244-3432 • [email protected] THE IVY OF MCKINNEY Monique Browning KELLER WILLIAMS/BRAD A. REDFIELD 3392 Medical Center Dr., McKinney, TX 75069 Brad A. Redfield (972) 351-8888 7200 W. University Dr., Ste. 300 [email protected] McKinney, TX 75071 (214) 471-0624 • [email protected] THE OXFORD GRAND AT MCKINNEY Paige Jordan KELLER WILLIAMS / DANIEL WALL 2851 Orchid Dr., McKinney, TX 75070 Daniel Wall (972) 984-1013 • [email protected] 6904 Darton Dr., Plano, TX 75023 (972) 896-6619 • [email protected] THE VILLAGE AT STONEBRIDGE Mimi Tapia-Bowie KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY MCKINNEY 3300 S. Stonebridge Dr., McKinney, TX 75070 Kelly Rudiger (972) 542-9100 6951 W. Virginia Pkwy., McKinney, TX 75071 [email protected] (972) 562-8883 • [email protected] VILLAGIO OF MCKINNEY OASIS SENIOR ADVISORS Rendi Pierce Olia Davis 1601 Eldorado Pkwy., McKinney, TX 75069 McKinney, TX 75070 (972) 569-8660 • [email protected] (214) 601-2339 • [email protected] REALTORS/SENIOR MOVE/ RE/MAX FOUR CORNERS TRANSITION MANAGER Mary Beth Williams 8930 State Hwy 121, Ste. 586 CAREPATROL Senior Placement Services McKinney, TX 75070 Tammy Cordes (214) 460-6650 • [email protected] 2300 Mcdermott Rd, Ste. 200-305 Plano, TX 75025 SENIOR LIVING SPECIALISTS (972) 704-1900 • [email protected] Sherry Christiaens 4108 Guthrie Dr., Plano, TX 75024 CARING TRANSITIONS OF (469) 400-3496 • [email protected] NORTH DALLAS SUBURBS Donna Rea SENIOR SUCCESS 405 Power House, Ste. 502 Doris Carrillo McKinney, TX 75071 401 S. Waddill St., McKinney, TX 75069 (214) 504-1650 • [email protected] (469) 422-7326 • [email protected] | Senior Resource Guide for McKinney Residents

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