The Kerr-Tar AAA received federal grant funding through the CARES Act to support COVID-19 related needs of adults age 60 and older in the region. COVID related needs include food, PPE, assistive items for the home, medical alert devices, etc. Services are available through referrals only, via physicians’ practices, social workers, case managers, and other human and social service agencies. CARES services are provided at no charge to the older adult. For more information CLICK HERE.
Join Dementia Alliance, Kerr Tar COG Area Agency on Aging, and Melanie Bunn, RN, MS for a free online seminar answering your questions about Dementia. This seminar will be held Tuesday, August 25 from 3:00-4:00 pm.
Register today at www.DementiaNC.org/KerrTar and submit your questions.
The most common questions will be compiled and answered during a free Zoom meeting. To participate via Zoom:
- Use your computer, laptop or tablet,
- Or, call in by phone,
- Use your phone’s camera or just listen,
- Once your registration is received, Dementia Alliance will send you the seminar link. All you need to do is click the link to join.
For more information, click HERE.
Take a moment to look back at some of the events the Kerr-Tar Area Agency on Aging have sponsored and or collaborated with other local agencies to help improve the lives of seniors in our 5 county region.
Elder Abuse Walk, Vance County, June 15, 2017
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