The Advisory Newsletter
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May/June: Includes information about Phase 1 at DAVS, Families First and CARES Act Funding for DAVS, Older Americans Month, virtual Memorial Day events and more.
March/April: Includes information about older adult mental health first aid, celebrating our volunteers, and more.
January/February: Parks & Rec scholarships for veterans, expanded family caregiver support, staying connected this weekend, older adult comedy show, and more!
November/December: Includes senior peer outreach line, death cafes, Veterans Day ceremony and more
September/October: Includes Veteran Art Workshop, the Annual Family Caregiver Conference, Medicare Open Enrollment and more.
July/August: Includes New Asian Meal Site, Older Adult Comedy Workshop, Mentorship Opportunities and more.
May/June: Includes Older Americans Month, O4AD Day at the Capitol, Memorial Day Ceremony and more.
March/April: Includes Certificate of Honor Program, Older and Wiser Story Showcase, Project Senior Connect and more.
January/February: Includes Community Matters at the Family Caregiver Conference, Project 22 event, winter weather fall prevention and more.
November/December: Includes Veterans Day Ceremony, Long-Term Care Advocacy Services, healthy holidays and more.
September/October: Includes information on Medicare Open Enrollment, the Family Caregiver Conference and more.
July/August: Includes information on new Medicare cards, how to beat the summer heat, Washington County Veterans Resource Fair and more.
May/June: Includes information on storytelling events marking Older American's Month, Washington County Memorial Day ceremony, sharing security with mom on Mother's Day and more.
March/April: Includes information on new Medicare cards, Oregon Women Veterans Conference, Social Security benefit statement and more.
January/February: Includes Measure 101, new ID cards for vets, a recap of the Family Caregivers conference and more.