Rhode Island Monthly Enterprising Women 2015 : Page 12

SPE CIAL AD VER TISING SE CTION enterprising women 2015 Jenny Miller, MSW, CMC President/Owner Senior Care Concepts Inc. After helping her beloved grand-mothe r na viga t e the m yri ad challenges that came with aging, Jenny Miller transformed first-hand experience into a unique and essential Rhode Island resource. Her company, Senior Care Concepts, works with spouses, partners, families and seniors in planning for life’s transitions – changes that can be overwhelming and filled with stress. Coordinating with hospitals, home health care agencies and long-term care facilities, the professional case managers at Senior Care Concepts develop individualized plans that promote client independence, dignity and the best possible quality of life. While Jenny has received numerous accolades for her work, the greatest rewards come every day. “I’m so proud that our team has assisted so many families,” she says. “It’s a privilege to become part of their lives.” 2348S Post Road, Suite 4, Warwick, RI 02886 phone: 401-921-6100, fax: 401-633-6720 email: jmiller@seniorcareconceptsinc.com web: seniorcareconceptsinc.com Amy Hoag Broker Associate Re/Max of Newport Amy became a licensed real estate salesperson in 2001 when she relo-cated to Newport as a military spouse with a BA in psychology and a master’s in social work. In 2004 she achieved her broker’s license. Amy’s experience as a military wife makes her cognizant of the special needs of her relocation clients. Her personalized service ensures sales made, the respect of her colleagues and the endorsement of her clients. Amy is a three-time recipient of Re/Max’s Executive Club Aware—2007, 2009 and 2013 and a 2014 recipient of Re/Max’s 100 Percent Club Award 55 Memorial Blvd., Newport, RI 02840 phone: 401-608-2906 email: amy@amyhoag.com web: amyhoag.com Lucille DeClemente Director/Owner LDP The importance of social and organizational skills coupled with the projection of a poised, confident and polished image, is the key to success in today’s difficult economic climate. To address these issues, LDP was founded in 2001 by Lucille DeClemente. Her background in the art of balancing protocol and business uniquely qualifies her to direct a business whose sole purpose is to teach children, teens, young adults and professionals new ways to prepare for the distinctive challenges of the twenty-first century. To help achieve your current and future goals, contact LDP. 3890 Post Rd., Suite #4, Warwick, RI 02886 phone: 401-541-9110 email: ldp07@verizon.net web: ldp07.com Lisa Newman Paratore Owner Homestyle, Lisa Newman Interiors, LLC Lisa Newman Paratore maintains a full-service interior decorating firm for residential and small, upscale commercial clients. She’s worked on several projects with “This Old House,” most recently as designer for their Barrington project. In 2007, Lisa combined her art, fashion and interiors backgrounds to create her hip Providence store, H OMESTYLE. Awarded “Best of Rhode Island” by Rhode Island Monthly, “Best of New England Travel 2011” by Boston Magazine and featured in eat.shop New England, HOMESTYLE blends furniture, gifts and art in a stylish, low-key environment. At HOMESTYLE, customers can shop with Lisa’s expert guidance or simply browse at their leisure. 229 Westminster St., Providence, RI 02903 phone: 277-1159 email: info@homestyleri.com web: homestyleri.com 112 RHODE ISLAND MONTHLY l FOCUS ON BUSINESS 2015

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