"CONGRATULATIONS!" TO OUR MACON NURSES

Compassus Hospice recognized our Macon Nurses for Nurses Week

(L-R) Tormechi Chambliss, LaVella Head, Tonya Howard, Arcacia Spencer, Bobbie Burns

(Not pictured) Laurie Ennis, Niesha Golden, Regina Gilliam, Donald Hall, Tracie Lindsey, Kimberly Newton, Kimberly Washington

"CONGRATULATIONS!" TO OUR MACON CARE COORDINATORS

Compassus Hospice recognized our Macon Care Coordinators 

(L-R) Ingrid Turner, Chantelle Sams, Wanda McNeil, Colada Jackson

(Not pictured) Rosa Baldwin, Adrienne Holloway, Tyvishia King-Ford, Darienne Shuler, Shaneji Ward

Three Rivers Agency on Aging

"Beyond All Limits 2017 Caregiver Conference" 

May 31 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Coweta County Fairgrounds 

Newnan, GA
The conference is open to all; admission to the event is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged. RSVP by May 17 to receive a free lunch ticket during the event.

Conference speakers will include Rob Johnson on veterans benefits, Beth Dow on caregiving, Kenyatta Walker on behavior health, Piper Hill on pet therapy, and Karen Kennedy on medicaid. Lunch will be provided to registered participants, along with a light breakfast. Door prizes will also be given.

For more information on the Beyond All Limits 2017 Caregiver Conference, or to reserve a place at the event, please contact Emily Rogers at 678-552-2850 or email erogers@threeriversrc.com​​

"CONGRATULATIONS!"

to our Staff in our Meansville & Franklin Offices for their score of 99.63% from the Department of Community Health's Annual State Monitoring Performance Review for FY'2017. 

Career Opportunity

McIntosh Trail Management Services, Inc. is looking for a Registered Nurse for Full-time RN Assessment Nurse position. Mon-Fri; NO WEEKENDS/NO NIGHTS; Paid Holidays, Annual/Sick leave benefits; Retirement available
Office Location: Franklin, GA
Contact Addie Boyd at abmtmsf@bellsouth.net by Monday, April 10, 2017.

Doris Carter, Program Supervisor; Donald Hall, RN/Assessment Nurse; and Tyvishia King-Ford, Care Coordinator Assistant, from our Macon Office, attended Senior Expo 2017, providing information regarding our Community Care Program serving Macon and surrounding areas.


Each year the Middle Georgia Regional Commission/Area Agency on Aging celebrates Older American's Month with a community-wide Senior Expo. 
This year, Senior Expo 2017 was held on May 18 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds, Perry, GA with over 944 people in attendance. 

Service providers from local, state, and federal agencies were available to provide information on community services available to older adults and people with disabilities.  Throughout the day participants celebrated with fun activities including Tai Chi, line dancing, Zumba, bingo and door prizes.  This year's event was a great success and we look forward 
to next year.

Julie Hall
Area Agency on Aging Director
Middle Georgia Regional Commission
Area Agency on Aging

Assessment & Private Care Management

MTMS's professional staff arranges for elderly and/or disabled persons and their families.

"CONGRATULATIONS!"

to our Staff in our Macon Office for their score of 98.14% from the Department of Community Health's Annual State Monitoring Performance Review for FY'2017. 


* 'Older Americans' Month' / May 2017

Theme - "Age Outloud"

Each May, the Administration for Community Living (ACL) leads our nation’s celebration of Older Americans Month (OAM). ACL designed the 2017 OAM theme, Age Out Loud, to give aging a new voice—one that reflects what today’s older adults have to say. This theme shines a light on many important trends. More than ever before, older Americans are working longer, trying new things, and engaging in their communities. They’re taking charge, striving for wellness, focusing on independence, and advocating for themselves and others. What it means to age has changed, and OAM 2017 is a perfect opportunity to recognize and celebrate what getting older looks like today.



* 'World Elder Abuse Awareness Day"

June 15, 2017

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) was launched on June 15, 2006 by the International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization at the United Nations. The purpose of WEAAD is to provide an opportunity for communities around the world to promote a better understanding of abuse and neglect of older persons by raising awareness of the cultural, social, economic and demographic processes affecting elder abuse and neglect. In addition, WEAAD is in support of the United Nations International Plan of Action acknowledging the significance of elder abuse as a public health and human rights issue. WEAAD serves as a call-to-action for individuals, organizations, and communities to raise awareness about elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.

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