The Knowledge College™ for Aging Purpose:
Assisting churches and companies to
“prepare their members and employees to understand and
respond to the needs of seniors”
We ask you to consider a gift to Knowledge College for Aging, a ministry of Seminary Covenant Community, a registered 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization. The support we receive from individuals each year helps thousands of vulnerable seniors to secure the help they need to get what we all deserve, quality of life and peace of mind.
Our Theme throughout is predicated on the concept that serving is defined as “meeting people’s needs” – thus we must first discern what those needs might be and then go forth. The aim, within our Churches and Companies, should be to serve the seniors who are our friends, family, church members, and those who live in our community. Scripture clearly teaches – we are to take care of widows and orphans, the most vulnerable among us. James 1:27.
It is often said “If you fail to plan, plan on failing.” Aging, clearly and by definition, is an on-the-job training experience and, unfortunately, often, taking the time to learn about issues related to aging, also become “on-the-job” training, and usually precipitated by crisis, for most people.
Knowledge College™ For Aging is a service and an empowering resource dedicated to assisting Churches, Companies and those who care to take a little extra time to get ahead of the aging curve, in terms of learning concepts and ideas, based on professional experience and knowledge, that can help remove bumps in the road.
Knowledge College™ for Aging Professors
|Guardian, Case Manager, Rent-A-Son||Sentinel Care||Robert Dixon, Academic Dean
|Case Management||Reps, Inc.||Lisa Hodgins
|Elder Law||Widerman Malek||
|Elder Placement||Soter, LLC|| Troy Denault
|Finance||First Wave Financial|| Laura Chiesman
|Medical||Sentinel Care|| Sharon Thomas R.N.
|Home Organization Tools
| Diane Gierling, C.D.P.
|Realtor||Berkshire Hathaway||Nancy Taylor