March 6, 2017
They tend the sick. They strengthen those recovering from illness or falls. They nourish the bodies of those who can no longer prepare meals for themselves and have no one to prepare meals for them.
Most of Tuesday’s questions went to Renee Rizzuti, whose organization, PACE of the Southern Piedmont, is newest to town and least well-known to Forum participants.
Also participating were Lucy Bush Carter, executive director of Friendship Trays, and Ann Holliday, director of quality management at C.W. Williams Community Health Center, who participated on behalf of Deborah Weeks, C.W. Williams’ executive director.
In the Forum video below, the presentations begin at minute . The Q&A begins at minute .
During the presentations, Friendship Trays and PACE showed videos. The Friendship Trays YouTube video is embedded below. The PACE video is below, and is used with permission.