Events

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

exercise classes, community events, and much more! 

Mums for Memory™

AOS & Friends Care - 7th Annual FUNDRAISER


For your donation of $25, AOS & Friends Care will purchase a mum in honor or memory of loved one, local facility, caregiver or family. 

To order or become a sponsor online visit www.mumsformemory.org

All donations are tax-deductible. Funds raised will go toward AOS & Friends Care direct care recipient requests, programs, and community education/awareness efforts targeting older adults with an emphasis on Alzheimer's and Dementia. 

For more information, contact:

910.585.6757  |  info@aosfcare.org

Drive Through Pick-up Event:  October 13 | 3:30 - 5:30p.m. 

The Tri-County Dementia Partnership 

Listening Session: Cumberland, Hoke & Harnett counties 

 Virtual:  August 15

Learn about Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss in this community focused listening session. The program will review the basics of these conditions, services and resources offered by the Alzheimer's Association and strategies to expand the reach of local programs and services. Bring a friend and share your thoughts about how the Alzheimer's Association can help more people in the community.

Virtual Meeting Link:

Monday, August 15  |  5:30-7 PM

To Register:  tinyurl.com/TriCountyVirtual 

Cumberland County Council on Older Adults

Assisting Older Adults

Are you a caregiver for an older adult?

In-Person:  August 24  | 9a.m - 12p.m. 

Virtual:  August 31 | 12 - 3p.m.


Assisting Older Adults is a three-hour long workshop detailing care options and resources, tips on having tough conversations, dementia care and communication tips, and caregiver self-care.

This class is appropriate for both family and paid caregivers, volunteers, or interested community members.

Both virtual and in-person classes.

Contact Lisa Hughes to register.

910.484.0111  | lhughes@ccccooa.org

Nights of Enrichment 

2022 Pavilion Summer Series


Wednesday, August 24

5:30 p.m.  Ice Cream Social

6:00 p.m.   Music   David Spivey & Robert Watson

The Enrichment Center of Lee County

1615 S Third Street | Sanford  

919.776.0501


Caregiver Support Group   Virtual & In-Person

First Tuesday Monthly  

 Sept 6, Oct 4, Nov 1, Dec 6

11:00 a.m.  


This support group is open to anyone in a caregiver role, including family and professional caregivers. All information is confidential within a support group.

Angela Boles with AOS Care Management facilitates this monthly caregiver support group. She is devoted to providing the necessary tools and resources needed to accommodate the individual needs of each caregiver.  If you are not available to participate and you need to talk or share concern, give Angela at call; 9100.692.0683.

In-Person Meeting Location:  

Fox Hollow Senior Living Community

190 Fox Hollow Rd | Pinehurst

Virtual Meeting Link:

 Contact Robin Hutchings  rhutchings@5ssl.com | 910.695.0011.

Cumberland County Council on Older Adults

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

Are you a caregiver for an older adult?

Sept 8 - Oct 13, 2022 | weekly for 6 weeks

In-Person:  11:30a.m - 1p.m. 

Virtual:  4:30p.m. - 6p.m.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an evidence-based program that aims to provide family caregivers tools to care for themselves as they care for their loved ones.

This class meets once a week for six consecutive weeks for an hour and a half, and includes a large book of caregiver self-care tips.

Both virtual and in-person classes.

Contact Lisa Hughes to register.

910.484.0111  |  lhughes@ccccooa.org


Parkinson's Support Group of the Sandhills

Second Tuesday Monthly  

 Sept 13, Oct 11, Nov 8, Dec 13

10:30 a.m.  


This group focuses on education, encouragement and support for those living with PD, their care partners, family and friends.

To register or for more information, contact

Kelly Pritchard (910) 715-4224 or

kpritchard@firsthealth.org

Shadowlawn Room | Clara McLean House

20 FirstVillage Drive | Pinehurst

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Duke Caregiver Community Events

  • Virtual - Sept 20

  • In-Person - Oct 28 


The September 20 program is a national virtual event on Disease and At-Home Needs.

Aging Outreach Services is pleased to announce our lead care manger Jennifer Tyner was invited to speak. Jennifer's conversation is on Home Safety: Can My Current Home Be My Forever Home? Learn how to prepare emotionally and financially to make your home a long-lasting one for you and your loved one.

For more information on both events visits:

www.DukeCaregiverCommunityEvent.org

Music and Memory at Home

Free Monthly Webinars

 for Cumberland County residents     

  • About Music & Memory.  Every First Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.

  • Getting Started Q&A.  Every Last Tuesday at 6:00p.m.


Cumberland County Council on Older Adults is partnering with Dementia Alliance of NC to provide personalized music to individuals living with dementia in their homes within Cumberland County through the Music and Memory at Home program.

Registration is free, but required. The Zoom link will be sent to all registered individuals the day before the webinar using the email address provided with registration.

Contact Lisa Hughes, Cumberland County Council on Older Adults,  lhughes@ccccooa.org
910-484-0111, ext. 242

Mums for Memory

AOS & Friends Care - 7th Annual FUNDRAISER

October 13, 2022


Save-the-Date 

Mums for Memory™ is AOS & Friends Care annual fall fundraiser event.  

AOS & Friends Care is a non-profit dedicated to serving Direct Care Needs and supporting Programs and Events to benefit those affected by dementia in Moore County and surrounding areas.

For more information, contact:

910.585.6757  |  info@aosfcare.org

Are you prepared for the future?


Today is the perfect time to update your choices and wishes.

Give us a call to scheduled a virtual, in-person or phone visit with our care management team. You will receive a complimentary copy of the AOS Life Planning Guide booklet to take home.

Your choices and wishes deserve to be honored.

Schedule your appointment TODAY!  910.692.0683


Age the Way You Choose.


AOS At Home Care provides referrals to carefully screened private-duty caregivers who will work according to your needs and schedule.  

As the only accredited Caregiver Registry in North Carolina,  AOS At Home Care represents the highest quality of caregivers.

Schedule a virtual, in-person or phone visit to discover how we can help!

910.692.0683

Best Home Health Service

2020 & 2021 Best of the Pines Winners


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

Thank you for your vote!

Helping older adults and their families age with success has been our mission for the past 22 years. We greatly appreciate the community support and recognition.

It is our pleasure to serve the many clients and caregivers we work with each day. Thank you for this honor.

"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, Aging Outreach Services President & CEO


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