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WHO WE ARE:
CENTRAL ALABAMA AGING CONSORTIUM (CAAC) is a part of a state-wide aging network that provides a variety of Home and Community based services to the region’s senior and disabled populations and their caregivers. CAAC coordinates services for these targeted populations in Montgomery, Autauga, and Elmore counties. The primary goal is to develop, coordinate, and support services in the community that support an active and independent life-style where those we serve can live and thrive.
|Elderly & Disabled Waiver Program Case Manager to conduct assessments and monitor services for the elderly and home-bound. Applicant must have RN Degree in nursing or social work (licensed preferred). Applicant must possess good oral and written communication skills, good computer skills, and have a good driving record. Send resume to Central Alabama Aging Consortium, 2500 Fairlane Drive, Suite 200, Montgomery, AL 36116 or fax to 334-240-4681. No phone calls.|
Thursday, NOV 8, 2018
8:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Autauga County Extension Office
|Join us Thursday, NOV 8, 2018 @ the Autauga County Extension Office for our 2018 Central Alabama Family Caregivers Conference!
Our 2018 Caregivers Conference will feature workshops where you will learn about managing someone else’s money, stress management tips, effects of opiate abuse, and more! Lunch is provided but please register as seating is limited.
To register, call 334.361.7273 or email email@example.com today.
Friday, NOV 9, 2018
10AM – 11AM
Whole Foods Market @ Eastchase
With the holidays fast approaching, activity at Whole Foods will pick up and they have requested we NOT hold a Memory Cafe in NOVEMBER or DECEMBER. But in January, Dementia Friendly Alabama and Whole Foods Market will come together to provide the first Memory Cafe of the year.
Memory Cafes bring people together and provide respite for the Care Partners “with” the person they are caring for. It’s an opportunity for them to have fun together, reaching someone who may have become isolated due to their diagnosis. Memory Cafes help guests form new friendships, allowing them the opportunity to exchange contact information and connect outside of the cafe. Memory Cafes are one more way Alabama is fostering dementia friendliness.
We always have a great crowd so please, please register by calling Stephanie Holmes at 240-4680. It will help us provide proper provisions for each participant. THANK YOU!!!!
See you Friday, January 11th at 10AM.