TALLAHASSEE – Today, Department of Elder Affairs Secretary Richard Prudom announced the hiring of Ms. Chante’ Jones, Esq. as the Director of the Office of Public & Professional Guardians (OPPG). Ms. Jones earned her Juris Doctorate from Barry University and holds a master’s degree in Management Information Systems from Nova Southeastern University. She is a Florida Supreme Court Certified County Mediator and has more than 20 years of corporate and management experience having previously worked for Verizon Communications’ corporate office in Tampa. Ms. Jones has also volunteered as a Guardian ad Litem for the 13th circuit.
Despite the success of new and established programs that support family members and friends caring for people living with dementia, many remain unknown or unavailable to the caregivers who need them the most.
TALLAHASSEE – Today, the Department of Elder Affairs released its 2019 major accomplishments to promote the health, safety, and independence of Florida’s seniors, their families, and caregivers.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The 2019 Florida Senior Games presented by Humana came to a conclusion at 4:25 p.m. Sunday at the DS Sports Plex in Deerfield Beach when the Beaches 55+ Volleyball team scored a 25-22 win over the Florida Girls.