Kathy Vesley, President & CEO of Bay Aging, presented William “Bill” Reisner with a resolution honoring Reisner’s 10 years of service on the Bay Aging Board of Directors. Reisner served on the Board from 2009 to 2019, including stints as Secretary, Treasurer, and Chair. The resolution notes that Reisner “distinguished himself with deep knowledge and […]

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The Administration for Community Living (ACL) has selected Bay Aging to lead the development of a statewide Community Integrated Health Network (CIHN) for Virginia. The two-year project will be directed by Beth Bortz, President & CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation (VCHI), and Kathy Vesley, President & CEO of Bay Aging, and funded [...]
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URBANNA, VA – Bay Aging announces that its Case Management for Long-Term Services and Supports program was awarded accreditation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), effective September 7, 2021. NCQA accreditation is the highest national recognition that can be achieved by community-based organizations that coordinate long-term services and supports. Earning NCQA’s Accreditation of […]

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To be a caregiver means to provide care and support for a loved one. It can consist of a wide variety of responsibilities and tasks. Recent data shows there are approximately 41 million family or unpaid caregivers in the United states, providing around 34 billion hours of daily personal and/or medical care. A caregiver will [...]
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“The Conversation We May Need to Have” Driving is essential for most adults around the world. Millions of Americans have cars and use them for different reasons, such as driving to work, visiting family and friends, grocery shopping, going to the pharmacy, and attending to everyday needs. However, with driving, there are higher risks. Car […]

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Bay Aging is pleased to join the Administration for Community Living in celebrating Older Americans Month throughout May. This year’s theme, Age My Way, focuses on how older adults can age in their communities, living independently for as long as possible. Older adults play vital, positive roles in strengthening our community. Ensuring that older adults remain [...]
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