Coping with Losses in a Time of Pandemic

Coping with Losses in a Time of Pandemic

Losing a loved one is a difficult experience that is even more complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic.  We know many of you have had family members, friends, and neighbors pass away recently and have been unable to attend funeral and visitation services.  We reached out...
Updates from the Office on Aging

Updates from the Office on Aging

The following information is an update from the Knoxville-Knox County CAC Office on Aging– At the CAC Office on Aging, we continue to provide vital services to older adults in Knox County, such as meals, transportation and meeting client needs.  Here are a few...
Senior Shopping Hours

Senior Shopping Hours

THIS POST WAS UPDATED March 30, 2020. This list was accurate at the time of posting but may change as situations in our community develop.  If you have any changes or additions, please contact gabe@franklinkyle.com at Franklin & Kyle Elder Law, LLC. **Many stores...
Stress Management in a Time of COVID-19

Stress Management in a Time of COVID-19

During these trying times, many people are experiencing heightened anxiety and stress.  We have included some coping strategies that may be helpful to you and your family. Avoid the endless scroll.  While it is important to stay up-to-date with the happenings of the...
Groceries and Food Services

Groceries and Food Services

Our elder care coordinators are contacting clients to ensure they have groceries, medications, and other needed supplies.  Below is a short list of options for home delivery for those in need of groceries.  This list mainly focuses on the Knox County areas, but if you...