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March 2024

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

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In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves to touch the lives of those in need, bringing hope and opportunity, care, and friendship.”  This is the essence of Being There Matters™. And our over 7,800 volunteers embody this every day!

From delivering meals 365 days a year to serving seniors at our dining centers, and from supporting cancer clients in their treatment to teaching youths how to handle their diabetes, the volunteers of LifeCare Alliance are MORE than a volunteer!  They are the lifeline to many of our services. We could not do what we do and take all clients without a waiting list without our volunteers.

While we are thankful every month, April is National Volunteer Month, and we take this time to recognize our volunteers. If you volunteer with us any amount, we invite you to celebrate with us at one of our volunteer appreciation events. As a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, we want to thank you for all you do.

We hope to see you at one of our annual volunteer appreciation events.  Please click here to RSVP so we can plan for your attendance.

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

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You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration.…

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

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In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves…

Volunteer Spotlight

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As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we're delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

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This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

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Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

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Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

By April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter

You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration. Please join us for our annual volunteer appreciation event. Events are being held across all five counties so choose the event and time that works best for your schedule. We look forward to seeing you!

Logan

April 25th from 12:30 – 2:00

Logan County History Center

521 E. Columbus Ave, Bellefontaine OH 43311

RSVP to Stephanie Hughes  shughes@lifecarealliance.org by April 17

 

Madison

April 30th from 1:00 – 2:30

London City Hall

20 S. Walnut St, London OH 43140

RSVP to Nicole Envid  nenvid@lifecarealliance.org by April 22

 

Marion

May 7th from 12:30 – 2:00

Marion Senior Center

2375 Harding Highway East, Marion OH  43302

RSVP to Nicole Envid  nenvid@lifecarealliance.org by April 29

 

Franklin

May 8th from 11:30 – 1:00

May 8th from 5:00 – 6:30

The Levee Event Center

670 Harmon Ave, Columbus OH 43223

RSVP with your preferred time to Claire Eastman  ceastman@lifecarealliance.org by April 30

 

Champaign

May 9th from 12:30 – 2:00

Champaign County Library

1060 Scioto Street, Urbana OH 43078

RSVP to Stephanie Hughes  shughes@lifecarealliance.org  by May 1

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

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You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration.…

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

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In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves…

Volunteer Spotlight

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As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we're delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

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This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

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Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

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Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still…

Volunteer Spotlight

By April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter

A volunteer woman sorting pet food

As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we’re delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and Carol MacIvor have volunteered for many years with LifeCare Alliance, enriching the lives of countless individuals and their pets in need. While volunteering with Senior Pet Care services, Barb and Carol have filled more than 24,000 bags of cat and dog food. This equates to more than 140,000 pounds of pet food and approximately 280,000 pet meals.

Both Barb and Carol have been integral parts of LifeCare Alliance. Barb’s steadfast dedication spans a remarkable eight years, while Carol has selflessly volunteered for 10 years, exemplifying unwavering commitment and compassion.

Barb’s journey with volunteering traces back to her childhood, where she was deeply influenced by her own mother, a social worker. Witnessing her mother’s commitment to serving communities in need left a permanent impact on Barb. Inspired by her mother’s example, Barb embarked on her own volunteering journey, seeking out opportunities to make a tangible difference in people’s lives.

For Carol, she began volunteering during her tenure at Hexion, where she and her colleagues delivered Meals-on-Wheels and assisted in the LifeCare Alliance kitchen. Learning about LifeCare Alliance’s mission resonated deeply with Carol, who saw an opportunity not only to contribute to the community but to do so with her mother.  Together they continue a family legacy of engaging in meaningful activities that benefit others.

Reflecting on their initial impressions of LifeCare Alliance, Barb was struck by the organization’s vast reach and the breadth of services it provides to those in need. Carol, on the other hand, was captivated by the opportunity to not only help others but also to foster a sense of purpose and fulfillment in her mother’s life.

When asked what advice they would offer to prospective volunteers, Carol emphasizes the abundance of opportunities available, encouraging others to explore the myriad ways they can make a difference. Barb echoes this sentiment, asserting that once you start volunteering, you’ll find yourself drawn to the enriching experiences and the profound impact you can have on others’ lives.

As we extend our heartfelt gratitude to Barb, Carol, and all our dedicated volunteers, we invite you to join us in celebrating Barb and Carol’s unwavering commitment to serving others and making our community a better place, where Being There Matters™.

Additional Articles from the April 2024 Newsletter

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration.…

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves…

Volunteer Spotlight

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we're delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

By April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter

This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their time by delivering Meals-on-Wheels or preparing meals in our kitchen. This gave them a hands-on opportunity to connect with constituents served by LifeCare Alliance, while also raising awareness for senior hunger and isolation.

Mayor Patrick J. Closser and Meals-on-Wheels Client

When asked about the importance of delivering meals, here’s what a few had to say:

City of London, Ohio’s Mayor Patrick J. Closser said, “I’m proud to be a LifeCare Alliance Meals-on-Wheels supporter, alongside the many dedicated volunteers who nourish our community’s most vulnerable residents.  It’s a wonderful program that delivers both healthy meals and a friendly check-in, ensuring no one goes hungry or feels alone.”

State representative Beryl Brown Piccolantonio and Meals-on-Wheels client

Representative Beryl Brown Piccolantonio shared on her Instagram page, “My route took only an hour and totally doable on my lunch hour. Meal delivery is critical for those with temporary need or to help older individuals age in their homes.”

Local elected official delivering meals

State representative Allison Russo (right) and LifeCare Alliance associate Beth Domanik

Representative Allison Russo said, “I’ve been a longtime supporter and volunteer for Meals-on-Wheels, and it was great to be out today delivering meals to clients again. Thank you to all the amazing volunteers who show up every week to deliver critical nutrition to our most vulnerable residents and who make this program a success!”

LifeCare Alliance is proud to have you as part of our Alliance and it’s with a heartfelt “Thank You” that we recognize this year’s March for Meals participants:

U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty and staff

Mayor Patrick J. Closser (London)

Mayor Ray Martin (West Jefferson)

Mayor Michael Bivens (Whitehall) and staff

Mayor Laurie Jadwin (Gahanna) and staff

Mayor Ike Stage (Grove City)

State Senator Hearcel Craig and staff

State Rep. Allison Russo

State Rep. Beth Liston and staff

State Rep. Beryl Brown Piccolantonio

Marion City Police Department

Judge Cynthia Ebner and staff

Council Member Nicholas Bankston and staff

City of Groveport staff

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter, May 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration.…

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves…

Volunteer Spotlight

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we're delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

By April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter

A woman receiving a meal from a volunteer

Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to ensure our clients’ safety and well-being.

Through these four steps, our Alliance of associates and volunteers are able to look after all clients, restoring their sense of stability and self-reliance.

 

1.Obtaining Client Signatures and Time Stamps: We ask volunteers to obtain client signatures to validate that a client is doing well. Signatures are also required from our funders for our agency to receive meal reimbursements. Clients are aware that their signature is required to receive their meals. In the event that there is a client concern, the time stamp is important to verify at what time the client was doing okay.

2. Providing Meals Directly to Clients: Occasionally, clients may leave a note to place the meal outside. Our goal, however, is client safety and well-being. Please disregard client notes and only follow the instructions as listed on the delivery record. You should have direct contact with each client on the route unless otherwise noted on the delivery record. If a client does not answer the door, please scan the QR code, found on the orange pouch or on the clipboard, to inform our team that the client is not at home.  Make sure you also check “no” on the delivery record to indicate that the meal was not delivered.

3.  Providing Client Updates: We welcome and encourage you to be our “eyes and ears” and let us know about client concerns. Please alert us when you see any unusual behavior or changes. Give us a call or write notes on the delivery record if the client requests to receive other LifeCare Alliance services or to pause meal deliveries. Please remember NOT to provide any client identifiable information (name, address, etc) in an email as that is against HIPAA rules. If it’s necessary to provide direct client information, you may do so via a phone call or via a secured transmittal mechanism such as the QR Code on the orange pouch.

4.Emergency Procedures: In the event of an emergency, Being There Matters™. If a client has a medical emergency, call 911 and then also call our office so that we can notify the client’s emergency contact. We understand that it may seem helpful to move or assist a client, but, to prevent further injury, volunteers should NEVER move a client. For the care of the client, follow these procedures even if a client asks not to notify emergency services.

To join the Alliance and be there for the clients in our community, email volunteer@lifecarealliance.org.

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration.…

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves…

Volunteer Spotlight

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we're delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

By April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter

A group standing outside a Lowe's holding fans

Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still a ways out, but it is never too early to start planning a neighborhood, family, or work fan-drive to support our community.

Why donate a fan?

Older adults, those with medical challenges, and homebound individuals are more susceptible to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. A simple box fan can lower a room’s temperature by up to 10 degrees.

How to help

  • Purchase a new fan from your preferred retailer (or e-tailer!) and drop it off at your nearest Franklin County fire station. You may also drop it off at 670 Harmon Avenue, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Donated fans must be new; used fans cannot be accepted as they are considered a fire hazard.
  • Pick up fans from fire stations and deliver them to our facility at 670 Harmon Avenue.

More information on these volunteer opportunities as well as the LifeCare Alliance Beat the Heat Fan Campaign can be found at www.lifecarealliance.org/fans.

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter, May 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

2024 Volunteer Appreciation Dates

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
You are a vital part of LifeCare Alliance, so we want to thank you for all you do to be there for our clients with a casual and fun celebration.…

Celebrating National Volunteer Month

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
In a 1993 speech, President George H.W. Bush spoke about volunteerism, encouraging people to participate in activism and hands-on involvement. He described volunteers as “ordinary people who reach beyond themselves…

Volunteer Spotlight

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
As we celebrate the invaluable contributions of our volunteers, we're delighted to spotlight two remarkable individuals who have been pillars of support for LifeCare Alliance. Mother and daughter Barb and…

Local Elected Officials Serve with March for Meals

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
This year’s annual March for Meals event was held the week of March 18-22, 2024. Several local elected officials from three different counties shared an hour or two of their…

The Why Behind Wellness Checks

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Do you ever wonder why we request that Meals-on-Wheels volunteers follow specific protocols and procedures? It’s because, in addition to delivering nutritious meals, volunteers provide a critical wellness check to…

Beat the Heat is Almost Here

| April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter | No Comments
Our Beat the Heat Fan Campaign benefits Central Ohio’s most vulnerable residents during extreme heat emergencies. Last year, LifeCare Alliance collected and distributed more than 2,000 fans! We are still…

Register for Camp

By April 2024 eNewsletter, eNewsletter, June 2024 Newsletter, May 2024 eNewsletter

Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for young people with diabetes as they learn to manage their disease in a safe and fun environment.

Campers leave Camp Hamwi empowered for future success in preventing poor health outcomes related to their diabetes. Many of them also make connections with other youths living with diabetes, which is something they may not currently have in their daily lives at home and at school.

At Camp Hamwi, campers can enjoy the excitement of summer camp with horseback riding, archery, and more all while under the supervision of staff trained to manage diabetes. Find out more and register here.

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Register for Camp

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Summertime is right around the corner, and with it comes LifeCare Alliance’s camp for youths with diabetes, Camp Hamwi. With overnight and day camp options, Camp Hamwi fosters independence for…

ACL Research Project Update

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About two years ago, the Administration for Community Living (ACL) awarded LifeCare Alliance nearly $3 million for a five-year Innovations in Nutrition Programs and Services Grant. While we at LifeCare…

Why We Celebrate Older Americans Month

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In 1963, President John F. Kennedy and the National Council of Senior Citizens declared May as Senior Citizens Month to draw awareness to relevant issues of the time. The country…

5 Ways to Be There for Older Americans

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In 2024, there are more older Americans than ever, making up nearly 18% of the country’s population. But with this spike comes the question, how can we support them? According…

Powered by Connection: The Impact of Senior Dining Centers

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This year’s theme for Older Americans Month (OAM) is “Powered by Connection,” highlighting the positive impact connectivity has on the well-being and health of aging adults. In the wake of…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…