Events

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

exercise classes, community events, and much more! 

Dementia Alliance of North Carolina 

Raleigh Caregiver Conference: Positive Focus, Powerful Mindset, Practical Care

February 2. North Ridge Country Club, Raleigh


This comprehensive caregiver conference, featuring world-renowned dementia educator Teepa Snow, is designed for those new to caregiving as well as those who have been doing it for years. Because dementia is an ever-changing condition, the conference will focus on what people living with dementia CAN do and how our own responses to them in each situation can create better outcomes. Teepa Snow, of Positive Approach to Care® believes that “Rewiring our own perceptions, attitudes, communication strategies, actions, and responses, provides the shift that promotes change for the others around us.”

To register visit:https://secure.qgiv.com/for/daonc/

Music Therapy for Parkinson's

First Thursday |  3-4 p.m. 

  Feb 2, Mar 2, Apr 6 

Music therapy uses music to address speech, movement and recall for individuals with Parkinson's. Rachell Shell, MT-BC of Birdsong Music Therapy, LLC lead participants in drumming and vocal exercises as well as guided and target movements to movements.

To register or for more information, please contact Kelly Pritchard  910.715.4224  |  [email protected]

Caregiver Support Group   Virtual & In-Person

First Tuesday Monthly  

 Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4

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  [email protected] | 910.695.0011.

Cumberland County Council on Older Adults

Power Tools for Caregivers 

Managing Stress Workshop 

In-Person & Virtual

February 9

  • In-Person: 11:30am | 339 Devers Street, Fayetteville
  • Virtual: 5pm | Zoom

Managing Stress workshop is for caregivers of older adults and share with those who might benefit from the information.

This workshop is a free one-day program and is offered in-person during the day or virtually in the evening.

Please call Lisa Hughes at 910.484.011 ext 242 to register no later than February 7. 

Parkinson's Support Group of the Sandhills

Valentine's Social

February 14 | 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 

Clara McLean House Shadowlawn Room | 20 FirstVillage Dr., Pinehurst


In lieu of the regular monthly Parkinson's Support meeting, we're going to gather for an easy, social time on Valentine's day.

Cathy Schlaff created the Vitto Oddo Endowment Fund through the Foundation of FirstHealth and is generously providing an art therapist, supplies and canvases, so we can all take home a little v-day treat.

Bring your creativity and a friend if you wish!

No experience necessary and free of charge!

 ADVANCE RSVP to reserve your Canvas-Seat is REQUIRED. 910.715.4224 | [email protected]

Dementia Conversations: How to Positively Interact with a Person Living with Dementia

Tuesday, February 21

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Moore County Senior Enrichment Center

8040 US Highway 15-501 | West End


Melanie Bunn, a nationally known nurse and dementia trainer with Dementia Alliance of North Carolina, will guide us through the challenges of interacting with a person living with dementia.

This a free community-wide gathering for caregivers, family and friends of anyone living with dementia.

Space is limited, please RSVP by February 17

910.947.4483

This program is presented by Moore County Senior Enrichment Center and Dementia Alliance of North Carolina. 

Dementia Luncheon

March 2
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

 SCC Little Hall Dining Room #127

3395 Airport Road| Pinehurst


RSVP by February 15 - Seating is limited.

Kathryn Doddridge

910.690.2181 | [email protected] 

Please join us for a complimentary luncheon prepared and served by the Sandhills Community College Culinary Arts students especially for a loved one diagnosed with dementia and his or her care partner.

Event sponsored by Dementia Alliance, Moore County Senior Enrichment Center and AOS & Friends Care.  


Dementia Dialogues 

  • Part One - Sunday, February 26

  • Part Two - Sunday, March 5

12:30 - 4:30 p.m.  

Fellowship Hall

Community Presbyterian Church 

125 Everett Road | Pinehurst 


FirstHealth of the Carolinas, Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church, and Community Presbyterian Church, Pinehurst are pleased to sponsor a two-part community education series entitled Dementia Dialogues

To REGISTER

visit:  https://osa-sc.org/programs/dementia-dialogues 

call:  Community Presbyterian Church office at 910-295-6848.

Dementia Dialogues is a premiere educational curriculum designed to inform and support people living with dementia and their loved ones. You can read more about this offering via https://osa-sc.org/programs/dementia-dialogues.

By bringing Dementia Dialogues to Moore County, we hope to create greater awareness of dementia in our community, and to equip community members with resources to support family members and friends living with this diagnosis. A free lunch will be provided both weekends. Please note that the training is offered in two consecutive Sundays, and that participation both weekends will provide a complete training.

Parkinson's Support Group of the Sandhills

Second Tuesday Monthly  |  10:30a.m.

Mar 14, Apr 11, May 9 

 

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

  • Mar 14  -  Jeremy Wellman, owner of West End Yoga and PD Certified Instructor will lead us in chair movements and meditation for an easy session that any age or ability can try. 

To register or for more information, contact

Kelly Pritchard (910) 715-4224 or

[email protected]

Shadowlawn Room | Clara McLean House

20 FirstVillage Drive | Pinehurst

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,  [email protected]
910-484-0111, ext. 242

Best Home Health Service

2020, 2021 & 2022 Best of the Pines First Place Winner


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 23 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


The expertise you need to age with success...


The expertise of Aging Outreach Services helps families navigate the challenges of aging.

When you need answers and resources during a time of uncertainty, the guidance and resources of our team leads families to the actions and decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress, and time-off of work for family caregivers.

Call TODAY and schedule a visit with a care manager to see how we can help!
910.692.0683 | www.AOSNC.com


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

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