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You are making some BIG decisions – and Roost will guide you every step of the way. We’ll help you navigate the complex choices of senior care, offering an individualized, supportive and compassionate process to finding the best senior care option for you and your loved one. We work with all levels of senior care in Knox and surrounding counties.
We take great pride in supporting local not for profits such as Knox County Office on Aging Programs that include The Senior Companion Program, Mobile Meals and PAWS to name a few. We also support
PJ Parkinson's & Alzheimer's Tennessee.
In 2021 we donated over $6500 to these local charities. Year to date 2022 we have donated over $25,000 combined.
Roost is committed to NOT charging seniors for services. That means you get over 20 years of experience totally FREE!
Caroline Brooks Wilder is a senior Advocate. She has worked in the senior industry for over 20 years and in healthcare for over 25 years. Caroline believes that every senior deserves to be safely somewhere.
She understands how the task of find that safe place can sometimes seem overwhelming to seniors, caregivers and families. That's why she founded Roost, to help seniors find a safe place - whether that is in home with supportive services, and independent, assisted or specialized memory care community.
In addition to her day-to-day work through Roost, she actively supports the Knox County Office on Aging programs such as Senior Information and Referral, Mobile Meals, Knox PAWS and The Senior Companion Program. She was crowned 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen, raising over $35K for The Senior Companion Program. Caroline is also an active supporter of Alzheimer's Tennessee and PJ Parkinson's. She serves as an active board member for Senior Information and Referral and The Hillcrest Foundation Planning Committee.
Caroline graduated from the University of Tennessee with a BS in Psychology and earned her master's degree in healthcare administration from Western Governors University. She is a licensed ACLF Administrator, a Certified Dementia Practitioner, and a Notary for the state of Tennessee.
Caroline and her husband live on a small family farm in Corryton. They currently have 20 chickens, 2 goats, 2 cats and a livestock guardian dog. Roost is named after the chickens; chickens go to roost because it's a safe place. Let Roost help you find your loved one a safe place.