Brandon Bronaugh, CEO of Top Notch Transitional Services, to Be Guest Speaker on My Generation Radio Show This Sunday

Local business professional will provide insight into taking care of seniors on radio show

Top Notch Transitional Services

Massachusetts-based transitional services company, Top Notch Transitional Services (TNTS) will be represented on the “My Generation” radio show in partnership with South Shore Senior News on Sunday, March 12th at 7 p.m.

Brandon Bronaugh, CEO of TNTS will be discussing the challenges of caring for an elderly parent on the local show that is focused on providing insight for seniors and their loved ones. The show will air on WATD-FM 95.9.

“My company TNTS has helped hundreds of families, including seniors adjust to difficult changes such as a recent death, retirement, downsizing, relocating a loved one, severe hoarding or even selling a distressed home,” says Bronaugh. “Regardless of the situation, we are always excited and prepared to come to our clients aid. We’re incredible thrilled and honored to appear on the My Generation show and we hope the listeners will be as well.”

Listeners of the My Generation radio show will gain valuable knowledge from Bronaugh’s many years of experience in the transitional field. TNTS serves the New England area by aiding in the areas of estate planning, hoarding cleanup, grief counseling, senior relocation, and much more.

The recording of the radio show will be placed on the WATD website after the program airs.

For more information on Top Notch Transitional Services visit the website or follow TNTS on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google Plus

About Top Notch Transitional Services

Top Notch Transitional Services is dedicated to providing assistance for those who find themselves in need of a transition of living circumstances. The team specializes in helping widows, newly separated or divorced individuals, seniors and baby boomers, giving them balanced physical and emotional lives. The Top Notch team strives to help individuals overcome difficult challenges due to a recent death, divorce, old age, hoarding or getting a distressed home in shape to sell. For more information on Top Notch Transitional Services visit the website or follow TNTS on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google Plus.  

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