Leadership

Cindy Natsch

Cindy Natsch

Founder

Cindy Natsch has been an active contributor in the Nashville senior market for over a decade. As both an entrepreneur and an advocate for healthy aging, Cindy is dedicated to educating our community (both residents and professionals) about aging-related issues. 

Cindy is a current board member and volunteer at FiftyForward, and serves on a variety of task forces and committees to improve the lives of seniors. Cindy is also a family caregiver and deeply understands the balance needed between comfort, safety and functionality in the home environment. 

Through her Senior Move Management company,
Let’s Get Moving!, Cindy has assisted many folks in relocating and downsizing to homes that better match their current and future needs.  She knows the challenges that many face when they want to stay at home, but don’t exactly know how to prepare to age successfully in their current space.  Cindy created A Better Nest
in 2011 as a Home Livability Consultancy to help families navigate this often complex situation.      

Denise Becker

Denise Becker

Home Livability Consultant

Denise Becker is a Nashville native and Project Manager with
A Better Nest.  Formerly a Clinical Social Worker, Denise developed award-winning programs for home-based and residential care that included tailoring living environments to meet both the physical and emotional needs of residents.

Professionally, Denise is also trained in home inspection, construction methods, and home modifications to accommodate aging and physical challenges.  She is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist.

Personally, Denise comes from a long-line of aging-in-placers – the family record to-date is 102 years!  As a family caregiver, Denise knows how complicated decisions about the home environment can be and she truly appreciates what can happen when a home supports a loved one’s independence and makes caregiving safer and easier, too.

“It is a beautiful thing to witness the transformation in people when they discover life without so many daily struggles.”