Kursban and others recognized at LeadingAge National Conference as part of 50th Anniversary Celebration
(Silver Spring, Maryland – October 21, 2011)
Family & Nursing Care’s Founder, Sandy Kursban, was recently recognized as a true example of someone who expands the world of possibilities for aging. The ‘Celebrate Age’ honor was presented to Ms. Kursban by LeadingAge, an association of 5,600 nonprofit organizations that advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age, at their national conference on October 18. 2011.
“It was inspiring to feature 50 remarkable seniors as we celebrated our 50th anniversary,” said Larry Minnix, LeadingAge president & CEO. “Sandy Kursban embodies what we are about: inspire, serve and advocate.”
“My mother Sandy has had a lifelong commitment to the well-being of the aging population, and her life’s work in founding Family & Nursing Care in 1968 and the Family & Nursing Care Foundation in 2008 has transformed the way people age,” said Neal Kursban, President of Family & Nursing Care. “We are so pleased that she is being recognized for her important work in enhancing the quality of life for older adults. I am so proud of her.”
About Family & Nursing Care
Family & Nursing Care, family owned and operated since 1968, has long been recognized as the area’s leading and most highly regarded resource for private duty home care. We specialize in helping families maintain a balanced lifestyle by referring experienced caregivers who provide a range of personalized services that meet the individual needs of each client. Our hallmark is finding that special match between each client and caregiver. Service is provided in Maryland (ALL of Montgomery and Prince George’s counties) and Washington, DC. Learn more at www.familynursingcare.com.
About the Family & Nursing Care Foundation
Established in 2008, the Family & Nursing Care Foundation, a fund of the Community Foundation for Montgomery County, will help people who cannot always help themselves, working to address two vital needs in the community. The Foundation’s primary goals are to help support community organizations that provide low-income seniors with the dedicated home care they need to remain in the safety and comfort of their own homes and to help support home care training programs for those individuals who want to learn the skills needed to become nurses and nursing assistants so that they may care for our elderly population. For more information, visit www.familynursingcarefoundation.com.
To expand the world of possibilities for aging, LeadingAge members and affiliates touch the lives of millions of individuals, families, employees and volunteers every day. The LeadingAge community includes 5,400 not-for-profit organizations in the United States, 38 state partners, hundreds of businesses, research partners, consumer organizations, foundations and a broad global network of aging services organizations that reach over 30 countries. The work of LeadingAge is focused on advocacy, leadership development and applied research. We promote quality in services and provide technology solutions in home health, hospice, community services, senior housing, assisted living residences, continuing care communities and nursing homes that serve seniors, children and others with special needs. For more information, visit www.LeadingAge.org.