Archive for the ‘ACCA in the Community’ Category
Click here to check out our latest issue of Connections! Learn more about the latest happenings at ACCA, four-legged fur kids, our friends from Frankie and Andy’s Place, and pet friendly places to visit around town. We love this issue and know you will, too!
Strien Barnett is looking forward to another school year serving as a Foster Grandparent. For 5 years, Ms. Barnett has been serving as a Foster Grandparent at Oglethorpe Avenue Elementary School where she spends one-on-one time with the children, developing opportunities for them to grow and learn. “I enjoy working […]
Join UGA’s Foster Cat Research Study! To learn more about this study and how to become involved, please contact Dr. Don Scott or Dr. Sherry Sanderson at (706) 542-8310. Have you been thinking about getting a 4-legged companion? If so, would you be willing to foster a cat with the […]
Click here to check out our latest issue of Connections! Learn how to make healthy popsicles, check out Avid Bookshop’s summer reading list and catch up on all of the latest happenings at ACCA!
Monday, October 26, ACCA held a legislative breakfast with an excellent turnout of legislators and community members. The morning was filled with comments and updates on aging topics and issues from local, state, and national perspectives. Legislators presents were: US Congressman Jody Hice State Senator Frank Ginn State Representatives Tommy […]
Local Meals on Wheels staff and volunteers have been in overdrive this morning getting ready for the impending weather forecast. 791 meals went out to Clarke County clients today and an additional 201 meals went out in Barrow County totaling 992 meals between the two counties. These meals were a […]
Yesterday, ACCA was thrilled to get 23 box fans donated to the agency for distribution to clients who needed help during the summer months. Although the summer has been mild so far, we have had lots of requests for fans for those who need them. ACCA was so thankful yesterday […]
ACCA is heading to Atlanta and we want you to go. Over 350 million people depend on reefs for food, survival and medicines to treat heart disease, cancers and other illnesses. Following husband and wife cinematography team Howard and Michele Hall on a quest across the Pacific Ocean, Coral Reef […]
Athens Community Council on Aging, Athens Regional Medical Center, and Life Line Screenings are partnering to offer stroke, vascular disease, heart rhythm, and osteoporosis screenings to members of the community. Life Line Screening has partnered with over 370 hospitals across the country and has screened over 6 million participants. These […]
Caregivers are extremely important people within our community who a do a thankless job for their loved ones or in their job. The Northeast Georgia Care-Net is currently seeking nomination for the Georgia Caregiver of the Year Awards. Nominations will be taken in several areas of caregivers including the Family […]