Elder Advocacy Group Founder Joins Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council
Elder Advocacy Group founder, Anthony Fischer will use his expertise to help improve community based senior services. Anthony will join the The Senior Alliance Advisory Council in February in order to help forward the mission of one of Wayne Counties most trusted senior focused organizations.
The Senior Alliance Area Agency on Aging 1-C works to provide vital programs to seniors in Wayne County. According to their website, The Senior Alliance “serves as a focal point for seniors by funding and administering a network of services.” TSA also helps programs include the community meal programs, Care Transition Initiative, chore services and MI Choice Waiver.
Founded in 1980, The Senior Alliance has earned the trust of the State of Michigan and was designated an Organized Health Care Delivery System for Western & Southern Wayne County. TSA serves over 171,000 seniors.
The Advisory Council is made up of senior advocates and experts and serves as a vital sounding board for The Senior Alliance in the effort to serve Wayne County seniors. The Advisory Council also assists the agency in developing their annual service plan while evaluating the effectiveness of current programs.
“I am proud to accept a seat on The Senior Alliance Advisory Council and serve the seniors of Michigan.” Elder Advocacy Group founder Anthony Fischer said from his Southgate Michigan office. “TSA goals and mission run parallel to Elder Advocacy Group in helping seniors getting the resources they need to age in place.”
For more information on The Senior Alliance or their many programs for seniors. Please visit their website by clicking here or typing www.aaa1c.org. You can also visit Elder Advocacy Group resource page.
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