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LVAIP Election News!  
Warmest congratulations to the following newly elected Lehigh Valley Aging in Place board members who will begin serving July 2016.

Inge Allen - Southeastern Home Health Services
Todd Campbell - Maxim Healthcare
Kim Garrison - Abington Manor at Morgan Hill Memory Care Village
Cathy Heimsoth -Traditions of Hanover
Marisa Leaser - Home Sweet Home Care, LLC
Amanda Longey - Phoebe Ministries, Pathstones by Phoebe
Cheryl Mengel  - Fellowship Community
Mary Ann Pickell - CarePatrol
Maria Santacoloma - AARP/United Healthcare
Gail Weiner Shearer - Esquire

Want more business? Learn about all the benefits of LVAIP membership. We will be hosting workshops to let you know all the wonderful benefits of LVAIP membership.  These include member discounts, marketing, networking, community education and more! Learn how to make the most of yourr membership. A workshop will be held at 9 am on Friday, March 13th and the same workshop will be held 9 am on Tuesday, March 24th. The workshop will last approximately 90 minutes and is limited to a group size of eight. Both workshops will be held at THRIVE Media offices, 4847 Hamilton Boulevard, Allentown, PA 18106. RSVP to Jeff (jeff@thrivemedia.us) if attending, first come first served.

Education Committee – Speakers, Care Panels, and Health Fairs. Your education committee can make these available to our LVAIP members as well as non-member businesses and organizations. If you are planning an event at your facility or business let us help you. If you are unsure what a care panel or health fair entails please talk to a board member or call Frank at 484-515-4683. Let us help you make whatever you are planning the very best it can be!!!

Want more networking? See a full list of member events - click here

Recent Member News & Articles:

Lifestyles over 50 Launches Buxmont Senior Directory Magazine

How Can a Stair Lift Improve the Life of Your Loved One….and Yours?

Lifestyles over 50 launches a new web site

What is a Senior Move Manager?

Home Care Rates for Lehigh ValleyHome Care Rates for Lehigh Valley

April is National Occupational Therapy Month

The New Way to Move

Meet Southeastern Home Health Services

How to Be a Long Distance Caregiver

CarePatrol Helps Families Find Senior Living and Care

Mapping The Path Of Senior Care with an Elder Care Infographic

The LV Aging in Place 2016 Directory is here! Click to view.

Non-medical Home Care Benchmark Report Lehigh Valley

Jill Kearney Speaks at AmericasMart

The Importance of Creating a Will

Gatekeeper Program to Help Local Business Recognize Seniors in Need

Arden Courts Breaks Ground on Easton facility

 

NEWSLETTERS:
LV Aging in Place Newsletter - January 2015 is available here.
LV Aging in Place Newsletter - Quarter 1 2014 is available here.
LV Aging in Place Newsletter - January 2013 is available here.

 

PAST NEWS:

Lehigh Valley Aging in Place Donates to Project Lifesaver

On Thursday October 9th 2014, Lehigh Valley Aging in Place used the forum of its annual USO Dance to present a check to Project Lifesaver in the amount of $2000. The funds were raised from the LVAIP Gala in July of this year. Martha Lieberman accepted the check from LVAIP President RJ Whitelock in memory of her mother, Judith Lieberman, who worked tirelessly along with Martha to bring Project Lifesaver to our area.

Nationally, Project Lifesaver is the premier Search & Rescue (SAR) program specifically designed for "At Risk" individuals who are prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering. For applicants who cannot afford the cost of this service, the contribution made by LVAIP will help to pay for the one-time fee of $350 for the tracking bracelets which includes batteries for a year. Project Lifesaver currently has 6 participants in the Lehigh Valley.

Lehigh Valley Aging in Place Coalition (LVAIP) is a 501C(3) non-profit organization: The mission of Lehigh Valley Aging in Place (LVAIP) is to provide an ongoing forum for professionals from private, public, non-profit and business sectors to inform, educate and help older adults age in place. We provide information and solutions to older adults and their families to be proactive in planning for their future needs.

 check presentation USO 2014 sized for web

 Pictured RJ Whitelock, President of LVAIP and Martha Lieberman, Chairman of Project Lifesaver of the Lehigh Valley.

 

LVAIP Mixer on February 19, 2014

LVAIP Mixer hosted by Helping Hands Medical Supply, 3464 Linden St, Bethlehem, PA.

Come market your services to other LVAIP members and learn about their business as well.

RSVP to membership@lehighvalleyaginginplace.org.

LVBiz Off the clock press for USAO Dance 20131 

Lehigh Valley Senior Center presented with check from Lehigh Valley Aging in Place.

7th Annual USO Dance - October 10, 2013
On October 10, 2013 we are having our 7th Annual USO Dance sponsored by Lehigh Valley Aging in Place.
The dance is from 1-4pm, doors open at 12:30pm.
Fearless Fire Company
1221 Front Street Allentown.
Live music - Bill Arnold Band.
Free admission, open to the public.
Phone: 1-877-334-8942

2013 Gala
The LVIAP is a Non-Profit organization run completely by volunteers from our business community. Our goal every year is to utilize our exclusive “Gala” to benefit the local aging population; by increasing the distribution of our Resource Guide, increasing our educational opportunities for seniors and their families, and supporting our very popular annual “USO Senior Dance,” which each year 400+ local seniors get to enjoy one of their great past times, dancing to music from their era. We continue to provide the local area with information and resources for families. We strive to be the Solution to The Sandwich Generation and more!

The funds will also benefit The Lehigh County Senior Center. Their mission is to help seniors “Enjoy Life!” For more than 50 years the Center has been engaging people fifty-five and over in social, recreational, creative, physical, and educational activities that are affordable, stimulating and contribute to an improved quality of life. Through these fundraising efforts they are able to offer programs to those who otherwise may not have been able to afford it. At the Lehigh County Senior Center their policy continues to be that no one is ever turned away because of their inability to pay.

 
Member Mixers
Members - please RSVP to events@lehighvalleyaginginplace.org
Non-members who would like to attend the mixer, please contact Kim Schaffer at 484.894.9855 or email events@lehighvalleyaginginplace.org for an invitation.