Legacy Leadership Institute
Set for June 13-17 at USA
The Area Agency on Aging and the University of South Alabama will present a free Legacy Leadership Institute for Older Adults 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., June 13-17, at the Faculty Club on the USA campus. Legacy Leadership Institute is designed to inspire, engage and encourage retired professionals and baby boomers to learn more about the world of aging and aging services, and about volunteer opportunities at the AAA.
Medicaid wants your input on
Integrated Care Networks
The Alabama Medicaid Agency invites you to hear more about upcoming changes to Alabama’s Long Term Supports and Services system. Last year, the legislature passed legislation creating Integrated Care Networks, and Medicaid is seeking your input on developing the program. Public meetings will be help throughout the state, including a meeting in Mobile Wednesday, June 29.
Volunteer Guardian Program
needs caring individuals
Not everyone has someone looking out for their best interests, so the Volunteer Guardian Program matches caring volunteers with individuals who have no financial or family support, and whose ability to make personal decisions has diminished. To learn more, contact Darla Dean at 251-706-4628 or 433-6541 or click below.
AAA joins fight
against senior hunger
Did you know hunger adds 14 years to a senior citizen's physical age? This means a 60-year-old experiencing hunger has the same limitations in activities of daily living as a 74-year-old. But, there's help for hungry seniors in Alabama.