The Baltimore County Provider Council is a membership organization composed of individuals representing for-profit and non-profit businesses, and government organizations that serve the senior population in and around Baltimore County. We are an independent, charitable non-profit created to foster education, communication and cooperation among care providers, geriatric professionals and others interested in the needs of older adults.
Informational events are scheduled from October through April in the auditorium at Broadmead Retirement Community, 13801 York Road, Cockeysville, MD 21030. These seminars provide information on available services, share relevant data and forums for discussion about common problems and help educate professional care providers. Social Work CEU's and Certificates of Attendance are available for members. Members Only Luncheons are held in the Fall and Spring and feature outstanding speakers and networking.
Open networking time is available before each educational session and members only luncheons and attendees are encouraged to bring lots of business cards to share. To learn how to join, click here.
Members are also invited to join one of the following committees to help shape the future of the council: program planning committee, membership committee, scholarship committee, or website committee. Individuals who have completed one year of membership are also eligible to apply for a position on our Board. Elections for Board vacancies are held each year. For more information, see our By-laws.
2016-17 Scholarship Recipients Announced
Baltimore County Provider Council is pleased to announce the following students are recipients of our $1,000 scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Emily Jordan, UMBC, Social Work
Emily Maxwell, Towson University, Health Science
Sandra Schenning, Towson University, Gerontology
Friday, May 20, 2016
Calendar of Events
Substance Abuse and the Elderly 10/25/16 Laura Riley Hear from Rob Kinneberg from Phoenix Recovery Center about Substance Abuse and the Elderly.
Kidney Diseases and the Impact on the Elderly 11/15/16 Laura Riley Monthly Educational Event. Networking, continental breakfast and speaker.
CEU's for Social Workers available for dues paying members.
Home Modifications 01/24/17 Laura Riley Home Modifications to remain in the communitywith Allysin Bridges of HomeFit Specialist, LLC. She is an Occupational Therapist as well as a Certified Aging in Place Specialist.
Update on Alzheimer's 02/28/17 Learn the latest news on Alzheimer's disease from the Alzheimer's Association of Maryland. Speaker: Junnell Daniels, Alzheimer's Association
Falls and the Elderly 03/28/17 Laura Riley Learn about the impacts of falls for the elderly, falls prevention techniques and more from Tim Caprio, PT.
Veterans Services for Senior Adults - Update 04/25/17 Laura Riley Learn about the latest in community-based services for Veterans and their spouses from Julie Bury, LCSW-C, C-SWHC, Assistant Chief of Social Work Managed Care, VA Maryland Health Care System more info...
Spring Luncheon 05/23/17 Hold the date. Details forthcoming.
Location: The Atrium Village - 4730 Atrium Ct, Owings Mills, MD 21117