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Jennifer L. Holcomb, M.S., NHA, CDP, CDCM, CADDCT, 33 Cross Keys Villiage, Director of Memory Support

Jennifer L. Holcomb
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Jennifer L. Holcomb describes herself as skilled at engaging others, which allows her to embrace people and to make them feel special. Her first paying job was cleaning her grandmother’s house, which taught her that the wisdom of her elders is priceless. She also learned to treasure each moment spent with those you love.

What scares Holcomb more than anything is not living up to her fullest potential. She cites her biggest success as not having allowed fear to keep her from pursuing her dreams. She is most passionate about her daughter and providing support and encouragement for her.

Something people are surprised to learn about Holcomb is that she has black belts in both Ryukyu Kempo karate and taekwondo. In five years, she plans to be overseeing the operations of a premier memory care center in the York/Adams area and providing people with the resources necessary to navigate neurocognitive disorders.

Jennifer L. Holcomb, M.S., NHA, CDP, CDCM, CADDCT

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Director of Memory Support
Cross Keys Villiage
New Oxford, Adams County

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