Bridge to Better Living Welcomes Kristine Dykeman-Schoening
Bridge to Better Living (bridgetobetterliving.com) announces the addition of Kristine Dykeman-Schoening, a 29-year veteran in the senior health care field as director of development. Kristine has a BA in Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a Certification of Gerontology from UNO, and is a certified social worker with the State of Nebraska. Her talents in social work, supervision, leadership and administration have helped thousands of Seniors navigate their aging journey. Kristine is passionate about building relationships with individuals and care teams to ensure a common goal. She has extensive knowledge and resources in the Lincoln community including post-acute care. Kristine received the 2016 Coalition for Older Adult Health Promotion Professional of the Year award, is a graduate of Leadership Lincoln Class XXX, and currently serves on the Seniors Foundation Board.
Kristine is a tremendous asset to the Bridge to Better Living’s team and will serve in an administrative capacity and as a transition consultant.
Bridge to Better Living is a free, no cost service for clients and assists them in finding the best quality of life when choosing a move to a Senior Living Retirement Community; Independent, Assisted, Memory Care or Long-Term Care. Founded in 2010 by Mary Ann Stallings, it currently serves Lincoln, Omaha and surrounding communities.
For more information or to meet with a transition consultant, contact Bridge to Better Living at (402) 302-8801 or go online to bridgetobetterliving.com.