Press Releases

The Moving Month of May

APS celebrates National Senior Move Managers Week May moves...

Move for Hunger Winter 2015 Food Drive

APS Move For Hunger NEWS RELEASE...

2015 Home Show

Aging in Place Transition Services is happy to be a part of the 2015 Home Show at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds from February 20 through Sunday, February 22. For the past 60 years the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee has produced Nashville’s oldest Home...

On the Road with APS

This spring Aging in Place Transition Services (APS) took part in several community events across the state of Tennessee. APS was an exhibitor in Nashville in May at the Belmont United Methodist Church’s event for the Senior Adult Ministry called “Celebrating the Ageless Spirit.”  APS...

HealthFair2013

Vanderbilt Child & Family Center is hosting its fourth Eldercare Fair on Friday, September 6, 2013 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This is a great opportunity for the staff and faculty of Vanderbilt to come and get helpful information about the services offered for...

St. George’s Episcopal Church & Council on Aging of Greater Nashville present:

Quality Aging Series, 2013 –  Reviewing Changes, Chasing Dreams All sessions are free. Held at St. George’s Episcopal Church, 4715 Harding Rd, 37205. Reservations are requested for all programs: reserve@stgeorgesnashville.org  or 385-2150 ext 262. Please indicate which ones you will be attending and give your email...

Aging In Place Transition Services Receives Certification from National Home Builders Association

Nashville, Tennessee —  February 18, 2013 — Aging in Place Transition Services is a team of senior living experts with experience in surrounding the fifty plus senior with an environment that fits them well. The company, which includes partners Sara Beth Warne and Linda Bolton,...

Aging In Place Services Finds Niche in Local Market

Informational Seminar set for October 30th as part of the Quality Aging Series Nashville, Tennessee – October 9, 2012 — For most of us, our home, no matter how humble, is our castle. So, as we age or if we become disabled, should we be...

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