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  • 1.
  • 2. We Are Here For You
    We offer a caring approach to Geriatric Care
    We serve Moore and
    Wake Counties and neighboring communities:
    Aberdeen
    Apex
    Cameron
    Candor
    Carthage
    Cary
  • 3. We Are Here For You
    We offer a caring approach to Geriatric Care
    We serve Moore and
    Wake counties and neighboring communities:
    Eagle Springs
    Foxfire
    Fuquay-Varina
    Holly Springs
    Jackson Springs
    Pinebluff
    Pinehurst
  • 4. We Are Here For You
    We offer a caring approach to Geriatric Care
    We serve Moore and
    Wake counties and neighboring communities:
    Raeford
    Sanford
    Seven Lakes
    Southern Pines
    Vass
    West End
    Whispering Pines
  • 5. Aging Outreach Services
  • 6. Who We Are
    We offer a caring approach to Geriatric Care
    Aging Outreach Services
    Proud to be Celebrating
    10 Years of Service
    To Our Community
  • 7. Who We Are
    We offer a caring approach to Geriatric Care
    Aging Outreach Services
    has served numerous
    individuals and families
    in Moore County, through:
    AOS Care Management
    and
    Moore Registry
  • 8. Our Purpose
    Our purpose is simple and remains unchanged:
    “TO PROVIDE AND NAVIGATE HIGH
    QUALITY CARE FOR OLDER ADULTS”
    We provide care management, assessment,
    consultation to older adults and family members,
    and a referral registry of private duty caregivers.
  • 9. Our Southern Pines, N.C. Office
    Aging Outreach Services, Inc.
    Physical Address:
    676 NW Broad St.
    Mailing Address:
    P.O. Box 2478
    Southern Pines, NC 28388
    (910) 692-0683 (telephone)
    (910) 695-0766 (fax)
  • 10. Our Companies
    Aging Outreach Services is the parent company of
    AOS Care Management,Moore Registry and Connected Care-Cary.
    Connected Care – Cary
    Referral Agency
    AOS Care Management
    Consulting
    Moore Registry
    Referral Agency
  • 11. Our Companies
    Aging Outreach Services
    Owns and Operates:
    Outreach NC
    AOS Hospitality House
  • 12. Aging Outreach Services
    Aging Outreach Services
    a management company
    providing
    Support
    Marketing
    Administration
    Human Resources
  • 13. Our Products:
    Snack Packs
    Sensory Stimulation Kits
    Alzheimer’s Resource Guide
    My Memories and Planning Guide
    Our Products
  • 14. Our Products
    Snack Packs
    Individualized to meet any dietary requirements, each kit is modified to satisfy specific needs.
  • 15. Our Products
    Sensory Stimulation Kit
    Each kit is designed to
    match your loved one’s
    cognitive and motor abilities.
  • 16. Our Products
    My Memories and Planning Guide
    A useful tool for end of life planning,
    and also for organizing for
    the future.
  • 17. AOS Care Management
  • 18. AOS Care Management
    We are a multi-service
    elder care service provider.
    Some of our services include:
    Assessment & Evaluation
    Hourly Care Management
    AOS On Call Program: 24/7 Access to AOS Services
    Placement Assistance
    Adjustment Support
    Consumer Education
  • 19. AOS Care Management
    If you or your group would like to have a presentation on geriatric care topics, our Certified Care Managers can speak on:
    Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
    Placing a Loved One: What You Should Know
    Ten Ways to Avoid a Health Care Crisis
    Twenty Signs That Indicate a Need For Help
    How to Have a Good Nursing Home Visit
    Ten Tips For Successful Aging
    Caregiving: A Practical Application
  • 20. AOS Care Management
    If you or your group would like to have a presentation on geriatric care topics, our Certified Care Managers can speak on:
    Caregiving: A Practical Application
    Psychological and Social Issues of Aging
    Moving and Transition Issues for Elderly
    Senior Scams and the Elderly
    Available Options for Downsizing
    End of Life Planning: What You Should Know
    Understanding Long-Term Care and Level of Care
  • 21. AOS Care Management
    If you or your group would like to have a presentation on geriatric care topics, our Certified Care Managers can speak on:
    Medicare and Financial Aspects of Placement
    Behavioral issues for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease
    Ask the Expert: Question & Answer session regarding Elder Care issues (Open to the audience for their questions)
  • 22. AOS Care Management
    AOS Care Management
    Staffed by professionals
    who are trained and certified,
    we work with older adults
    and their families
    to help with all aspects of aging.
  • 23. AOS Care Management
    Whatever the circumstances,
    whether living close to family
    or living alone,
    If there is difficulty coping
    with activities of daily living,
    care management is essential.
  • 24. AOS Care Management
    Is it time to consider a professional care manager?
  • 25. AOS Care Management
    Member of:National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers
    We, at AOS, adhere to the standards and practices of GCM
  • 26. Our Cary, N.C. Office
    **New**
    AOS Care Management Office
    In
    Cary
    Look For Us At Brady Court
    101 A Brady Court
    Cary, NC 28512
    (919) 535- 8713
  • 27. Connected Care -Cary
  • 28. Connected Care - Cary
    Connected Care – Cary understands the value of having care providers you can count on.
    Connected Cary – Cary provides a referral service for independent-contractor care providers who are carefully screened and interviewed.
    The care providers we represent are self-employed professionals; they have a range of skills that can be matched to meet your needs.
    Connected Care – Cary provides free consultations for those interested in our services.
  • 29. Connected Care - Cary
    Some of the services offered by our
    represented care providers include:
    Transportation to and from appointments
    Medication reminders
    Consistent monthly schedules
    Personal care assistance
    Meal preparation
    Assistance with shopping
    Light household chores
    Routine upkeep of household
    Activity engagement
    Dementia care
  • 30. Connected Care - Cary
    Member of:
    Private Care Association
    We represent the highest quality of care providers.
    A CRSB-accredited entity is one that CRSB has determined to be operating in accordance with those standards.
  • 31. Connected Care - Cary
    **New**
    Connected Care – Cary Office
    Look For Us:
    101 A Brady Court
    Cary, NC 28512
    (919) 535- 8713
  • 32. AOS Hospitality House
  • 33. AOS Hospitality House
    1900s 2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath Cottage
    *Meetings *Nightly *Weekly * Monthly * Holidays
  • 41. Outreach NC
  • 42. OutreachNC
    In February, 2010,
    we launched “OutreachNC”,
    a monthly publication
    for seniors.
    44 pages in full color
    Distribution: 15,000
    Focus:
    “Navigating all your aging needs”
  • 43. Our Events
  • 44. Events
    Second Chance Prom
    Who says you can’t have a second chance?
    The Carolina House of Pinehurst offered a “Second Chance Prom” to their residents in early December.
    Our staff helped pick out a dress, jewelry, and make-up to get this lovely couple ready for their big date.
  • 45. Events
    Chamber After Hours
    In May of 2009, we co-sponsored a Chamber After Hours event with Caterino’s, featuring the Sand Band.
    ***
    Our event, supporting the Moore County Chamber of Commerce, was a huge success.
  • 46. Events
    2009 Southern Pines Parade
    One of our clients, 91-year-old local business owner Matthew Mills, enjoyed a ride in his home town Christmas Parade with Amy Natt, CEO of Aging Outreach Services.
    With assistance from some of the AOS children, they poured out candy for all to enjoy in support of Southern Pines!
  • 47. Events
    2010 Southern Pines Parade
    In 2010 many employees wanted to participate so we decided to add reindeer to Amy’s and Mr. Mills sleigh. We were happy that Mr. Mills, a client, was able to join us again.
  • 48. Giving Back
  • 49. Giving Back
    Here at Aging Outreach Services we do our best to give back to the communities we serve.
    2010 Diamond Cutters
  • 50. Giving Back
    2010 Festival of Trees
    Our beautiful tree was themed ‘Girls Night Out’ and raised over $700 for Sandhills Children’s Center.
  • 51. Giving Back
    Senior Games
    Senior Games is a network of 54 local games held in every region of North Carolina.
    ***
    It consists of two divisions of competition: SilverArts for the creative person and official sports for the athletically inclined.
    ***
    Senior Games is a wellness and health promotion program that includes fun, fitness and fellowship
    ***
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  • 52. Giving Back
    Moore County End of Life Coalition
    At the end of 2009, members of the Moore County End of Life Coalition worked on a community project with local children and those suffering from illness.
    ***
    Together, they made ornaments, and distributed them in December to residents of local Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing facilities.
  • 53. Testimonials
    from our clients and their families
  • 54. Testimonials
    “I have used Aging Outreach Services for nearly five years.
    The care managers are always on call, and have helped me
    with many visits to the doctors and the hospital.
    Aging Outreach has given me the confidence to live alone in my own house.”
    - Mabel,Whispering Pines NC
    “Aging Outreach Services was a lifeline for me in the four years between
    my father’s decline into a difficult dementia and his death. As I live 3,000 miles
    away, I relied on them with complete confidence to keep him safe while he
    was still at home, and then to oversee his care in several facilities, moving him
    at a moment’s notice, supplying him with companionship and provisions,
    heading off problems, teaching me about his condition and being my eyes
    and ears. I was terribly lucky to find them.” - Barbara