National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) Honors Lynn Kellogg as a Top Aging Services Leader
WASHINGTON, DC—The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) recently honored Lynn Kellogg with the 2014 President’s Award for her significant contributions and leadership to further the mission of the Aging Services Network. “Lynn is a paragon of the region and the people of the State of Michigan and indeed the entire nation,” said Barb Farris, Region IV Area Agency on Aging, board chair. “Her foresight, initiative, and persistence have paved the way for independence of senior citizens not only in Southwest Michigan but as an example nationally. I applaud n4a President Nick Beamer in his recognition of this outstanding public servant,” said Farris.
Area Agency on Aging Receives Two Prestigious Aging Innovations Awards from the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a)
(St. Joseph, MI) Region IV Area Agency on Aging announces that two of its initiatives recently received recognition from the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) with an Aging Innovations Award, the highest honor presented by n4a to member agencies. The awards program is sponsored by CST your Link to Life (CST-LTL). Healthy Seniors at Home and 2900 Lakeview – Service Expansion & Coordination were among the top 13 of 45 local aging programs to receive honors during the n4a Annual Conference & Tradeshow held July 12-16, 2014, in Dallas, TX. The Healthy Seniors at Home program took third place overall in the national competition.
AAA Wins National Award
The Area Agency on Aging (AAA) in St. Joseph is the recipient of a 2009 Aging Innovations and Achievement Award. The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) announced the recipients...http://bit.ly/AAAnews
AAA Founder Receives Volk Award
Dolsen honored as senior advocate
ST. JOSEPH - Bob Dolsen, the former executive director of the Region IV Area Agency on Aging, has gained a statewide honor for his work to improve health conditions for older people.
The Michigan Society of Gerontology at a ceremony this month in East Lansing gave him its V.K. Volk award.
Dolsen, a St. Joseph resident, has testified at the national and state level numerous times and is particularly known for his advocacy work on behalf of people needing long-term services and support.
Since his retirement in 2000, he has been awarded the Friend of Public Health Award from the Berrien County Health Department and the Claude Pepper Award for excellence in advocacy from the Senior Advisory Council of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.