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“When you open yourself up to the possibility of things that could be, and the moments that they appear, there’s great joy that comes from that.” ~Tim Bailey

Tim explains:

  • how empowered he felt doing relief work
  • what discoveries he learning from others 
  • the many facets to the term social work
  • the importance of focusing on community efforts in needed areas of the world
  • how to open yourself up to things that could be
  • appreciate how fate can provide you with opportunities

Understanding a deeper meaning of community, humanity and true connection with others.

Laughter is the universal language

The Power of the Unexpected

Take important risks, not poor ones.

The joy of being open to what could happen instead of sticking to a rigid plan

“The most amazing experiences come from taking a risk.”

I feel your experiences make you the perfect person to work with seniors, they too have had the most amazing experiences!!!

Favorite ice cream: pumpkin

Song that reminds you of your youth and why: anything 90’s, Counting Crows, Smashing Pumpkins

What do you do with your leisure time?  Gardening, being with the dogs, Anything on Candlewood Lake. Dream trip: Drive through Canada and down through Maine

Dream: To own The Dapper Dachshund Inn

To get in touch with Tim Bailey or to visit Church Hill Village:

Tim Bailey

tbailey@seniorlifestyle.com

Church Hill Village Premiere Newtown Senior Living

2 The Boulevard

Newtown, CT 06470

This episode is sponsored by DeClutter By Deirdre, A Senior Move Management and DeCluttering for Aging In Place Company. Helping You and Your Loved Ones DeClutter, Move & Live a Fuller Life. Look at my website and contact me to work together at DeClutterByDeirdre@gmail.com  www.DeClutterByDeirdre.com 

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