TUESDAY, 1:30 to 2:30 P.M. | MILL RACE CENTER, ART ROOM
Presenters: Maureen O’Leary
Co-Presenters: Dianne Stone, Jay Morgan
Maureen O’Leary is the Program Manager of NCOA’s National Institute of Senior Centers and coordinates the National Senior Center Accreditation Program.
Dianne Stone is the Director of the Newington Senior and Disabled Center in Newington, CT.
Jay Morgan is the Director of the Sunshine Center and Department of Aging in St. Petersburg, FL.
NISC has developed nine standards of excellence for senior operations to advance the quality of senior centers nationwide. These standards serve as a guide for all senior centers to improve their operations today and position themselves for the future.
This session will give an overview of the National Senior Center Accreditation Program. National accreditation is official recognition that a senior center meets the nine standards of excellence.
More than 250 senior centers have been accredited. Learn about the value of the self-assessment process and accreditation and the opportunity to improve your infrastructure, develop a vision for the future and showcase your center in the community.