Are you responsible for care decisions for an aging loved one? If so, this free event is for you. In preparation for a fall opening of Tennessee’s first Household residences for long-term senior care, Asbury Place Continuing Care Retirement Community is hosting national expert Martin Dickmann of Action Pact, developer of this innovative culture of care focused on personal choice. In the Household model, long-term care communities adopt a resident-centered approach that resembles life at home, while providing seniors with opportunities to direct their daily lives. It breaks down a traditional health care center into a home environment for smaller groups of residents with common kitchen, dining and living rooms and other spaces residents would find in a private house. Admission is free, but RSVP is required to 865-238-8301 or http://www.asburyplace.com/events.