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Dedicated to Creating the Choice of Independent Living Through Volunteer Caregiving

NVCN Round Table Discussion

NVCN Round Table Discussion 
Getting on Message to Demonstrate the Impact of Volunteer Caregiving 

Thursday, July 27, 2017
9- 10:30 a.m. PST 

Program Directors Eric Ehst, Arizona's Neighbors Who Care, and Tammy Glenn, California's CAREGIVERS, can show you how to collect data and do the numbers.  The challenge they wrestle with is how to use the numbers to effectively communicate the value of volunteer caregiving in their respective communities.  Let's talk about it.  If we can perfect our local arguments, then NVCN can make a stronger case for us nationally.  We know that Volunteer Caregiving is one of the oldest and most utilized from Boston to Florida, throughout the heartland to the territories of Guam and Puerto Rico.  We know it.  Now let's find a better way to illustrate our impact and strengthen our ties in new arenas where Volunteer Caregiving remains a hidden secret.  To help us guide this conversation, please submit your questions and thoughts in advance to Eric Ehst <nwcexecdir@gmail.com> and Tammy Glenn <tammy@vccaregivers.org>.

Members Only. 
RSVP by Monday, July 24 to Info@NVCNetwork.org 

Delaware Ecumenical Council on Children and Families

Program Director: Robert P. Hall
Street Address 1: 240 North James Street, Suite 111
City: Wilmington
State: DE
Zip Code: 19804
County: State of Delaware
Phone Number: (302) 225-1040
Fax Number: (302) 225-1041
Program Description:

The Delaware Ecumenical Council on Children and Families is a faith-based health advocacy, education and services organization. We engage, support and assist congregations, groups and individuals of the faith communities in meaningful programs to improve the health, safety and wellness of Delaware children, elderly and families. The organization pursues this mission through community education and leadership development; program services to individuals, families and communities; and community organization. These activities are intended to reduce the incidence and the impact of dysfunction, disease and disability as they affect children, elderly and families.

Hours Of Operation: Mon - Fri from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Services Provided: Medical transportation is the most frequently requested and delivered program service, followed by other critical transportation (pharmacy and grocery). Other services include friendly visiting, chore and errand services, telephone reassurance, homemaking assistance, caregiver respite, and care management.
NVCN Member: Yes
  • Transportation
  • Respite
  • Friendly Visits
  • Friendly Phoning
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Shopping/Errands
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