Archive: February, 2017

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Two volunteers with Partners in Care Foundation’s health self-management team have been honored with City Proclamations, a special award from the Los Angeles Mayor’s office, for their work helping seniors to manage chronic health conditions. Antonia Routt and Nansea Clendenen are two of Partner’s longest standing workshop leaders, teaching workshops across the city that enable people dealing with health issues such as diabetes or arthritis to better manage their condition and improve their quality of life. Antonia, who is a member of the Health Committee for the LA County Commission for ... Read More
February 14, 2017Daylyn Presley

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L. Michael Costa has joined Partners in Care Foundation as Senior Vice President. Michael has extensive experience working with non-profit and for-profit organizations, in recent years focusing on the effective and sustainable integration of social service and healthcare delivery for an aging population. In his role at Partners, Michael will work with senior management and the Board to establish and implement strategic goals and business plans in the areas of financial performance, compliance, new business planning, and program outcomes. He will also coordinate operations planning and process improvement, and provide day ... Read More
February 7, 2017Daylyn Presley

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The following guest post by Partners in Care Foundation CEO, June Simmons, was published on February 6, 2017 by Next Avenue as part of their series Transforming Life As We Age Special Report. © Twin Cities Public Television – 2017. All rights reserved. When I was born, a person could reasonably assume a life expectancy of somewhere around 65 years, just two years more than the current average age of retirement. Speed forward to 2016, and life expectancy is 78.8 years, nearly a decade and a half longer. Our longer lives – a testament to the spectacular ... Read More
February 7, 2017Daylyn Presley
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