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Connie Taylor, LCSW, NCG, Elder Care Coordinator
Connie Taylor is a vital part of Knoxville’s Elder Law of East Tennessee and agrees that she and Amelia Crotwell make a great team. "I have always loved working with senior adults and their families. Each Elder Law of East Tennessee client's situation is different. I am honored that our clients share so much of themselves with me. They begin to feel like part of my own family. I love it that Amelia has structured her practice so that everything Elder Law of East Tennessee does starts with the client's care. It makes my job so rewarding."
Born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Connie Taylor received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Clemson University in 1983 and her Master's of Social Work from the University of South Carolina in 1987. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and became a National Certified Guardian in 2008. In 2012 she completed an Elder Care Coordinator certificate program
on Successful Aging in conjunction with the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association.
Connie developed her passion for working with seniors and their families through her extensive experience in home health, hospice, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes in South Carolina, Alabama, and Tennessee.
In 1999 Connie Taylor became an entrepreneur when she helped to found Senior Care Consultants, Inc., the first Geriatric Care Management firm in the Knoxville area. "I've always looked for innovative ways to serve the elder population. Geriatric Care Management gave me to opportunity to think outside the box and bring more creativity to finding the right care fit for seniors."
Connie Taylor is active in many community and professional organizations, including East Tennessee ElderWatch, the Knox County Office on Aging, the Tennessee Society of Health Care Social Workers, and the National Association of Social Workers. Also passionate about the out-of-doors, she has challenged herself to visit and explore all fifty-eight National Parks in the United States. She loves living on a farm in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains with her husband and assorted farm animals.
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