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Tabitha’s Paulsen Focuses on Assisting Seniors

Aubrey Paulsen serves as a Senior living advocate at Tabitha. In this role, she offers complimentary expert guidance to help Seniors and their families understand the options within Tabitha’s Continuum as well as other community-based resources that best fit their needs.

With over 12 years of customer relations and management experience, Paulsen is well-equipped to serve Nebraska families. She has worked with a variety of local organizations in developing recruitment and retention programs as well as building strategic platforms and tools to standardize customer experiences. Paulsen currently serves as a member of South Lincoln Rotary, the board secretary for Coalition for Older Adult Health Promotion and is a Tabitha Meals on Wheels Volunteer.

“Aubrey is a natural fit for this role,” Tabitha Chief Development Officer Heath Stukenholtz shared. “She strives to provide community Seniors and their families with the right resources, at the right time and place, bringing peace of mind and ease to decision making. We’re grateful to have her as part of the Tabitha team.”

Tabitha, a mission-focused, nonprofit organization, offers a comprehensive line of Senior Care services that promote the dignity, independence and well-being of older adults. The continuum of programs are consistently evolving to meet the ever-changing and growing needs of Seniors. Tabitha also offers a variety of Senior living options including long-term care and assisted living on the main campus, located in the heart of Lincoln, as well as other Tabitha living communities in south Lincoln's Williamsburg neighborhood and in Crete, Nebraska.

For answers to all your aging questions, contact a Senior Care Expert or call 402.486.8520 today.

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