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NATVAR Donates to CSS

 

In May 2020, Community & Senior Services of Johnston County was recently a recipient of a generous contribution by the NATVAR corporation in western Clayton. Natvar is an innovative global supplier of precision medical tubing solutions for a broad spectrum of medical device products which target hospital, physician, dental healthcare, and in-home use. 

Natvar was reaching out to neighboring non-profits to aid in their continued mission to help seniors and the disabled.

May 26, 2020
STATEWIDE TRANSIT ASSOCIATION HONORS REP. DONNA WHITE

At a recent meeting of the Johnston County Area Transportation System’s advisory board, Mr. David Rhew (pictured left below), Executive Director of the North Carolina Public Transit Association (NCPTA)
and fellow NCPTA board member Neal Davis recognized NC House Representative Donna White with the association’s Transit Advocate Award. The award “honors individuals who have championed the goals, services and cause of public transportation in North Carolina”.


Neal Davis, CSS Executive Director summarized Representative White’s career in public health, nursing, education, and advocacy for elderly citizens. He noted that Rep. White was elected to the NC House of Representatives in November 2016 and re-elected in 2018. She is the first woman elected to the NC House from Johnston County. Rep. White serves as Chair of House Health Policy, Health and Human Services Appropriations and Vice-Chair of House Appropriations. She serves on the Standing Committees for Environment, Aging, and Education K12. She serves on the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee for Health and Human Services, the House Select Committees for Disaster Relief and Access to Rural Health-Advisory. Rep. White is currently a member of the Johnston County Opioid Task Force, the Johnston County Network on Aging and is a founding member of the Johnston County Transportation Advisory Board serving 2004-present.
“Representative White has played a crucial role in the development of North Carolina’s renowned ‘Coordinated Transportation Model’ which has become nationally recognized for its high-efficiency. She has witnessed first-hand its cost-effectiveness in providing timely transportation for our workforce, students, and our elderly citizens.” said Mr. Davis.

Mr. Rhew added, “The Association is honored to recognize Representative White for her long-standing commitment to public transit and our seniors. She has a heart that keeps beating strong for both.”
Upon receipt of this recognition, Rep. White stated, “I am humbled and honored to receive the NC Public Transportation Advocate Award. As a registered nurse and state representative, it has been very meaningful to work with the team to assure access to care for patients, assistance to emergency support during natural and other disasters, and access to work for vulnerable populations.
I appreciate this honor and look forward to my continued work with the Johnston County Transportation Advisory Board as we continue to meet the needs of coordinated transportation in a growing Johnston County.“
About: Community and Senior Services (CSS) operates the Johnston County Area Transportation System (JCATS).

 

 

 

Johnston County Senior Centers Certified as "Centers of Excellence"

August 1, 2018

Community & Senior Services of Johnston County is pleased to announce that the Benson Center for Active Aging is now a state certified, Senior Center of Excellence! Johnston County has three Centers for Active Aging; Selma, Clayton, Benson, all of which are now certified as Centers of Excellence. Initial Certification is a 2-year process to demonstrate proficiency in 6 program areas culminating in a site visit comprised of a team of NC Division of Aging and Adult Services staff, UNC CARES staff, Senior Tarheel legislator, Area Agency on Aging staff, and senior center professionals. The certification period lasts five years after which the center must apply for recertification. Community Services Director Sarah Hammond commented, “We encourage everyone 50 and over to join us at one of the centers located in Benson, Clayton and Selma. The centers offer a diverse range of programming and services to fit everyone’s needs and interests.” Executive Director Neal Davis commented, “Having all three of our centers certified at the level of ‘Excellence’ is a milestone event that would not be possible without the fantastic effort our staff puts forth every day.”

 

About: Community and Senior Services of Johnston County, Inc. (CSS) provides services for older adults that includes centers for active aging, home delivered meals, caregiver support, information & assistance, options counseling, and SHIIP counseling. CSS also manages 6 apartment complexes with a total of 127 units and operates the Johnston County Area Transit System (JCATS) fleet of 31 vehicles.

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What were the questions asked in the survey?

 

1) Would you recommend JCATS to family & friends?

2) Are JCATS buses clean?

3) Are JCATS drivers courteous & helpful?

4) Does JCATS get you where you need to go in a timely manner?

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