Long-Term Care Quality Service Award

As part of the Orange County 2012-17 Master Aging Plan, The Department on Aging was asked to develop a mechanism to help increase the quality of care provided in Orange County’s long-term care facilities and home care organizations. In 2013, the Advisory Board on Aging created the Orange County Long-term Care (LTC) Learning Collaborative to bring administrators and direct-care staff together to learn about and share successful approaches to quality care.

This event recognizes direct care workers (nurse aides, personal care aides, companion caregivers, etc.) who served clients in Orange County within the past year, making a difference in their clients’ lives on a daily basis and in the community.

2015 Award Winners

2015 Long-Term Care Quality Service Award Winners

Read about the 2015 Long-term Care Quality Service Award winners (PDF).

Pictured from left to right: Award recipients from Livewell Assisted Living, Carol Woods Retirement Community, A Helping Hand, Florence Gray Soltys Adult Day Health, and Brookshire Nursing Center (not pictured: Right at Home - Durham/Chapel Hill).

2014 Long-Term Care Quality Service Award Winners

Read about the 2014 Long-term Care Quality Service Award winners (PDF).

Pictured from left to right: Award recipients from Acorn Home Care Services, Inc., Carol Woods Retirement Community and Livewell Assisted Living, Inc.

More Information

To learn more about the Long-term Care Learning Collaborative, and how you can be a part of improving the quality of care provided in Orange County, email Janice Tyler or call 919-245-4255.

2014 Award Winners