Emily Felix, LNHA, Senior Living Advisor

Emily Rogue

Placement & Referral Specialist, LNHA, CDP, CSA

Emily Rogue is a Placement and Referral Specialist who joined 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors in 2017.  Emily has a Bachelor of Science from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Health Management and Policy.  After working with families as a Senior Admissions Director, Emily became a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator.  In this new role she served as Executive Director of a South Shore Skilled Nursing Facility.  

Emily has won multiple awards for her work including the Massachusetts Unsung Heroine from the Commission on the Status of Women. Emily is passionate about advocating for seniors.  In her role with 2Sisters she is able to help you feel confident that you are finding the very best nursing home option. Emily’s thorough understanding of nursing homes helps her present the information you need, in a concise, easy to understand format. 

Emily lives in Bridgewater with her husband. She is on the board of directors for the South Shore Women’s Business Network.  In her free time she enjoys working on knitting projects, volunteering, playing volleyball with her friends, and listening to her brother play the saxophone with his local band. She loves to go to yard sales with her mom and travel when she can.

Emily was absolutely amazing. She had answers for every one of our questions and recommendations when we ran out of questions. She was very attentive and responded quickly to every one of our inquiries. She handled our panic with calm responses. Emily took what was a very difficult and emotional process and made it manageable. I would recommend to anyone going through this process to utilize the services of 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors.
- Paul C.
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