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We are pleased to announce that preparations are underway for the 8th annual Aging Well Month…Engaging, Learning and Serving.  During the month of May, which is also Older Americans’ Month, there will be a series of programs and events that are relevant, informative and helpful for older adults in our communities to age well.  These programs are hosted by community organizations and businesses with an interest in the health and well-being of older adults.  ALL programs are FREE of charge.
Look for the calendar of events in your local newspaper on Thursday, April 16th or pick one up at Aging Care Connections, 111 W. Harris Ave, La Grange.  Check back to view an electronic copy on our website.

In addition to the outstanding programs that will take place during the Aging Well Month, we will also be honoring older adults who volunteer in our community through the Community GEMs (going the Extra Mile) Volunteer Recognition Program.  All nominees will be honored at a luncheon on April 30th at the La Grange Country Club.  Click here for the nomination form.

We extend our thanks to the all-volunteer Aging Well Month Committee that is coordinating this amazing month:
Joan Eicken - Broker, @properties - Western Springs
Jim Matthews – Community Volunteer
Sheri Kupres - Home Helpers Home Care
Ashley Kryger – Home Instead Home Care
Gaye Wagner – Independence-4-Seniors Home Care
Janet Garreau – Interfaith Community Partners
Mary Cooper – North Riverside Library
Kathy Harris – Plymouth Place Senior Living
Norme Torres – Presence Bethlehem Woods Retirement Community

 

We extend a since and heartfelt THANKS to the Generous Sponsors who have already committed
to sponsoring the Aging Well Month

Lead Supporter

Lyons township

Partner Sponsor

cantata logo Independance for Living
park place logo Plymouth Place
Proviso mental health logo riverside logo
township of proviso


Advocate Sponsor

comfort keepers logo

 

Helping Hand logo

 

moraine court riverside mental health

 

Community Sponsor

Addus HomeCare

American Family Insurance

Clarity Physical Therapy and Wellness Center - Western Springs

Conboy Westchester Funeral Home

Hitzeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Healthcare+plus

Oak Street Health - Bellwood

 

Appreciation Sponsor

BlueSky Home Care & Transportation

Brookfield Aging Well Team

Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care

Joan Eicken - Broker, @properties, Western Springs

Home and Hearth Caregivers

Home Instead Senior Care - La Grange

Law Office of Debra Anthony, Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

Law Office of Eileen R. Fitzgerald

Oasis Senior Advisors

Senior Living Experts

 

 

If you are interested in Sponsorship Opportunities please reach out to Linda Hussey, Aging Well Month Coordinator at (708) 603-2342 or lhussey@agingcareconnections.org

 

 


 

Aging Care Connections Awarded $965,000 Grant for National Expansion of Transitional Care Program

Aging Care Connections recently secured a $965,000 grant from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation to support the expansion and implementation of the Bridge Model of Transitional Care and AIMS (Ambulatory Integration of the Medical and Social) interventions to directly serve a significant population of low-income, vulnerable older adults in the Chicago metro area and nationally. The funding will support services to older adults and their caregivers by Aging Care Connections and our partners, Rush University Medical Center, Jewish Social Service Agency in Montgomery County, Maryland, and Kenneth Young Center in Illinois.

Aging Care Connections and Rush are leaders in Chicago and across the nation in implementing evidence-based, social work-led care models to support vulnerable older adults and their families. By supporting older adults and caregivers throughout the continuum of care—at hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, primary care offices, and their homes—we are able to utilize the “medical home” concept. The Bridge Model, developed by Rush and Aging Care Connections, is an interdisciplinary person-centered care intervention that supports older adults to ensure a safe and healthy transition from the hospital back to their homes and communities. Bridge is the only recognized dementia-friendly evidence-based transitional care model.

To learn more, click here to read the press release.




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