DHS News December 2013
DHS Helps Promote Available Resources During Self-Help Awareness Month
DHS has partnered with public service organizations and
agencies to promote awareness of Allegheny County’s wealth of volunteer and
peer support groups with a campaign in January to mark National Self-Help
Area Agency on Aging Undergoes Realignment
Continuing to meet the challenges of both shifts in service needs for older adults in Allegheny County and financial support for those services has necessitated realignment in some administration at the Department of Human Services Area Agency on Aging.
“Magical Sparkly Greeting Cards” Are Delivered to Some Holiday Project Recipients
One Holiday Project donation stands out because of its link between two groups of children with needs.
JW Wallace, the New Administrator for Education and Training
Since September, JW Wallace has been working to ensure that employee education and training lead to improved workplace performance for employees and supervisors.
Kudos: Sonia Thomas
Kudos goes out to Sonia Thomas, Nursing Home Transition Coordinator at the AAA, for assisting with moving the mother of a DHS staff member from a skilled nursing facility to an apartment.
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