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Social Media Marketing: Handling Trolls and Negativity
Keeping a troll free community for your business and brand online can be difficult. People, sometimes with zero correlation to your business and nothing but free time, find amusement in posting ... Read Original Article
Social Media Marketing: Handling Trolls and Negativity
Keeping a troll free community for your business and brand online can be difficult. People, sometimes with zero correlation to your business and nothing but free time, find amusement in posting ... Read Original Article
Social Media Marketing: Handling Trolls and Negativity
Keeping a troll free community for your business and brand online can be difficult. People, sometimes with zero correlation to your business and nothing but free time, find amusement in posting ... Read Original Article
Don’t Miss The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging Meeting WEDNESDAY, JULY 19 SENIOR NETWORK MEETING WEDNESDAY Networking at 9:15 AM – Program Starts Promptly at 10 AM 646 County Square Drive, Ventura, CA Here is the Agenda: 9:15 – 10:00 AM – Networking (optional). A table will be available to display flyers. Coffee & snacks. 10:00 AM Meeting Starts Welcome – Christine Voth, Manager of Business Strategy & Strategic Planning, VCAAA. Brief Introductions by Attendees – Please state your name, title and organization 10:10 AM RECOGNIZING AND PREVENTING SCAMS – Presented by Detective Erica Escalante #4628, Certified Fraud Investigator, Oxnard Police Department, Financial Crimes 10:40 AM AHEAD OF THE CURVE – EXPANDING THE OPTIONS FOR SENIORS AND THEIR FAMILY CAREGIVERS – Presented by Martha Shapiro, LCSW, Director of Programs for Senior Concerns 11:05 AM SHARING – Share news about your organization’s activities, upcoming fundraisers, events, staff changes, workshops, etc. Please say your name and organization. Next Case Management Network Meeting: July 26, 2017 (Wednesday), 10:30 AM at VCAAA Future Senior Network Meetings: February 13, 2018 (Tuesday) & June 14, 2018 (Thursday). VCAAA’s Senior Network is an informal group of professionals and some volunteers from local communitybased organizations (non-profit, for-profit and government agencies) who represent the interests of Ventura County’s older adults, persons with disabilities and their caregivers. VCAAA encourages and facilitates networking among these providers to ensure coordination of services and community awareness of clients’ needs by providing information and education, plus opportunities for collaborations and shared problemsolving. ABOUT PARKING: Additional parking is across the parking lot at 669 County Square Drive, and street parking is available. 674 and 702 County Square Drive are private parking lots; thus, drivers park at their own risk (of being towed). Persons with handicap parking placards or... Read Original Article
News Releases and Your Website
Last time we talked about whether news releases were still relevant in today’s digital world – and they are. But BEFORE you send your news, make sure your website is ready.     More than a ... Read Original Article
News Releases and Your Website
Last time we talked about whether news releases were still relevant in today’s digital world – and they are. But BEFORE you send your news, make sure your website is ready.     More than a ... Read Original Article
Marketing with Different Types of LinkedIn Ads
Is your business on LinkedIn? Are you utilizing paid advertising? Many people that are using social media marketing to skyrocket their business are also doing some sort of paid advertising on one or ... Read Original Article
Marketing with Different Types of LinkedIn Ads
Is your business on LinkedIn? Are you utilizing paid advertising? Many people that are using social media marketing to skyrocket their business are also doing some sort of paid advertising on one or ... Read Original Article

Did you know 40% of adults 65+ take 5 or more medications? Practicing safe medication management is critical to making sure your loved one is getting the proper benefits from their medications as well as avoiding potentially harmful interactions. Read our tips for smart medication management and learn how in-home care can help keep your loved one safe and healthy.

Click here to download a printable version of the tips to share with a friend or loved one.

BrightStar Care Tips for Smart Medication Management and Avoiding Harmful Prescription Drug Interactions

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Are News Releases Still Relevant?
The short answer is “Yes.” Now read on for a few tips on why you should write them, what to write about and where to send them.   Our society requires a constant stream of news and yes, good ... Read Original Article
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What makes the Conejo Valley special, unique or interesting?

It’s a small community with a big personality.  I’m always surprised at how much there is to do and experience.

— Merley Greenidge - Celebrate Sweetly