Healthcare Decision Day

Thursday, April 13th 1:30-3:30 RSVP 336-532-0000 Wills…

Caring for the Caregiver

Join us for Lunch & Learning at Piedmont Health SeniorCare 1214…

Memory Lane Café

Reminisce, Socialize, Laugh, Relax, Enjoy Memory Lane Cafe…

Walking (and Rolling) to Feed Children

Cat Balentine is the occupational therapist at Piedmont Health…

President Obama Signs PACE Innovation Act into Law

New Law Allows for Faster Expansion and Authority to Serve New…
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Dr. Sharon A. Reilly joins Piedmont Health SeniorCare in Burlington

Dr. Sharon A. Reilly joined Piedmont Health SeniorCare as…

Dr. Jane Hollingsworth receives NC PACE merit award

Medical director Dr. Jane Hollingsworth received the North Carolina…

Alzheimer’s series co-hosted by PACE

Piedmont Health SeniorCare, in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s…

OTs help participants maintain quality of life

April is National Occupational Therapy month; PACE occupational…

March is National Nutrition Month

Rather than focusing on foods to eliminate from your diet,…

Advance directives: Make wishes known

What does “quality of life mean to you”? The medical…

Look for Health Outcomes Survey in early April

By the end of this month, PACE participants should receive a…
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Social workers critical to achieving PACE goals

This month, Piedmont Health SeniorCare spotlights its team of social workers to mark National Professional Social Work Month. PACE social workers provide ongoing assistance to improve the lives of seniors and their families. They help people manage their daily lives, cope with issues and navigate relationships. They also help address socio-economic challenges such as poverty and access to resources.

Pittsboro site marks one year of service

Today, the Pittsboro facility boasts more than 40 PACE participants,…

Silver Saints Deliver

The Silver Saints recently delivered handmade flower arrangements,…

Keeping your heart healthy

Uncontrolled blood pressure is a leading cause of heart disease…

Care for the caregiver

As a caregiver, you may often find that you are rushing from…

Participants enjoy festive Valentine’s Day dances

Piedmont Health SeniorCare hosted its annual Valentine’s…

Burlington Site Hosts Healthy Living Event

  On Saturday, Jan. 31, the Burlington facility hosted…

Japanese visitors tour local senior housing

In its first U.S. tour in more than 14 years, a Japanese senior…

Funding means program for seniors can accept new clients

After six months of capped enrollment on the statewide Program…

State cuts threaten Burlington facility, care for seniors

A program that serves nearly 140 Alamance County seniors who otherwise would need nursing-home care will be forced to close if this year’s cuts are carried into next year’s state budget, its directors say.

PACE: A model for efficient use of tax dollars

As anyone who has been following the news knows, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has launched a full-scale effort to cut state government spending. The governor recently asked state agencies to cut costs on the final months of the budget year, saying he wanted to “keep a tight hand on the taxpayer’s purse,” according to reports in the Raleigh News & Observer. Among the chief causes for concern is Medicaid, which health officials say has run up $140 million in unanticipated spending.

Piedmont Health Senior Care Featured in North Carolina Health News

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More than 2 million baby boomers in North Carolina have begun to approach the golden age of retirement. In 2010, the state ranked ninth in the country for the largest population of people aged 65 and older. Within the next five years, North Carolina’s population is projected to have more seniors than teenagers.