Events

We are excited to share opportunities for you to attend educational seminars, 

exercise classes, community events, and much more! 

Free Online Dementia Seminar

Ask The Experts: Planning for Dementia Care 

4 Part Series

May 11  |  May 13  |  May 18  |  May 20

10 am - 12 noon

Register for these FREE two-hour zoom events online at DementiaNC.org/MayAsktheExperts


Dementia Alliance of NC, Aging Outreach Services and Garner Law Firm will host an on-line dementia seminar Ask the Experts: Planning for Dementia Care on May 11, 13, 18 and 20.  Whether you are a seasoned caregiver or are new to the role, this series is for you! 

May 11 - Making a Plan for Care and Successful Aging

Our first conversation will be how to prepare yourself before a crisis occurs. Jennifer Tyner will review planning for emergencies and "what-if's." Come discover tips and suggestions on creating a successful plan and how to be prepared when things don't go according to plan. Share the “to-dos” you’ve learned along the way and discover additional tips to help you be ready as dementia and age progress.

May 13 - Advance Directives

This session will focus on advance directives and the importance of expressing our wishes before they need to be acted upon. Many of us plan on doing the paperwork or have in our minds how we would like the end of our life to be, but we often don't share that with others. Here Jennifer Garner will help us know what needs to be done and how to complete it to make our end of life wishes known and easier to follow.

May 18 - Resources to Aid Your Plan

Knowing what we need is one thing, finding what we need is quite another. Jennifer Tyner helps guide us to where to find what we need and how to decide on which service is the best for us. Knowing what is available before it is needed makes care navigation much easier.

May 20 - Payment Resources: How do I pay for medical care?

Medicaid, Medicare (all parts and enrollments), VA Benefits, and Long-Term Care Insurance. How do we navigate this, and which pays for what? Jennifer Garner helps us understand which of these pays for what and helps us know how to look through the paperwork to recognize what we actually need.

CapTel North Carolina

2021 Webinars  11:00 a.m. to Noon

Webinars offered monthly.  May - December


  •  Topic #1: CapTel NC (Captioned Telephone)
    This webinar covers topics about the CapTel NC service and state program that allows people with hearing loss the ability read as well as hear everything on a phone conversation. Improve the quality of your life - learn about CapTel NC and how you can enjoy the phone again!
  • Topic #2: Hearing Loss and Accessibility
    This webinar covers topics about Hearing Loss, accommodations and Resources for people who are hard of hearing and professionals who work with this population. Learn how to increase independence and promote
    an inclusive community.             
For more information, contact:
Kim Calabretta, CapTel NC Manager
n (919) 415-1461
n kim.m.calabretta@t-mobile.com
n captelnc.com/webinar

A Matter of Balance

Eight classes in the Series

Wednesdays May 5 - June 23|  11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

For more information or to register please call LCG Enrichment Center 919.776.0501 ext. 2208


Many older adults experience concerns about falling and
restrict their activities. A MATTER OF BALANCE is an award-winning
program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels.

This program emphasizes practical strategies to manage to falls. 

Classes will meet weekly at LCG Enrichment Center

1616 S. Third Street  |  Sanford, NC 27330


Assignment OutreachNC - Pet Pics

Send us your best pet pics!


OutreachNC is dedicating our upcoming June issue to pets, and we want to see yours - dogs, cats, birds, horses, bees, and any other animal friend with a special place in your homes and hearts.

Send your best pet pics to editor@outreachnc.com for your chance to win. The one winner will receive a PetSmart Gift Card.

Submission Deadline: May 30.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers

April 15 - May 20, 2021  | 4:30 -6p.m.

Six class sessions held once a week on ZOOM
Call 910.484.0111 ext. 242 to register NO LATER THAN APRIL 8


Are you a family caregiver of an older adult?

Powerful Tools for Caregivers gives you the skills to take care of yourself while caring for someone else.
By taking care of your own health and well-being, you become a better caregiver.

Six 90 minute classes held once a week are led by experienced class leaders. 

Class participants are given The Caregiver Helpbook to accompany the class and provided additional caregiver resources, all at no cost.

The classes give you tools to help:
• Reduce stress
• Improve self-confidence
• Manage time, set goals, and solve problems
• Better communicate your feelings
• Make tough decisions you a family caregiver of an older adult?

Please call (910) 484.0111 ext. 242 to register

Lisa Hughes, social worker - Cumberland County Council on Older Adults

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

April 21 - May 26, 2021  | 2-3:00p.m.

Six class sessions held once a week on ZOOM
Call 919.776.0501 ext. 2230 to register


Wednesday, April 21, 2021 – Wednesday, May 26, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Six class sessions held once a week on Zoom.

Whether you provide care for a spouse, partner, parent or friend; at home or in a care facility; whether down the block or miles away, yours is an important role.

Learn tools to help you manage stress, improve confidence, make tough decisions, communicate better and manage time.

Please call (919) 776-0501 ext. 2230 to register

2021 Water Aerobics 

Mondays - Wednesdays - Fridays

10:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

June 2 - August 30, 2021


COST:  $60 for the summer or $20 per month

LOCATION:  OT Sloan Pool

Registration beginning at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 2 prior to class.  Please come swim ready. There will be limited access to changing facilities and restrooms.

QUESTIONS?  Please contact

LCG Enrichment Center  919.776.0501 Ext. 2201

 Caregiver Concerns 

June 9 | 2-3:00p.m.

ZOOM Seminar
Call 919.776.0501 ext. 2230 to register


Are you a caregiver that is tired of fighting with your loved one about everyday tasks such as bathing, behavior, nutrition or other health issues?

Then this virtual seminar is for you! Join other caregivers for a live discussion of common caregiver concerns and ways to prevent conflict before it starts.

Learn what works and what doesn’t from others in similar situations.

Please call (919) 776-0501 ext. 2230 to register

Are you prepared for the future?


The new year is the perfect time to update your choices and wishes.  Give us a call to scheduled a virtual, in-person or phone visit to receive a complimentary copy of the AOS Life Planning Guide booklet.

Your choices and wishes deserve to be honored.

Schedule a virtual, in-person or phone visit to receive a complimentary copy of the AOS Life Planning Guide booklet.

Your choices and wishes deserve to be honored.

910.692.0683

Best Home Health Service

2020 Best of the Pines Contest Winner!


What an honor to be selected BEST Home Health Service; first place!

Thank you for your vote!

"As advocates for older adults, it is our mission to ensure they have true quality of life.

This passion is what drives all of the services that AOS provides."

~ Amy Natt


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