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Carroll County Bureau of Aging

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Carroll County Bureau of Aging

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Retired advocate for seniors leaves, legacy stays on

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Jan Flora gets roasted by Jim Jacobs of Mount Airy at the Mount Airy Senior Center on Tuesday.

Flora recently retired from the Bureau of Aging after almost 25 years of service.
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Jan Flora of Westminster didn,t know what to expect when she stopped by the Mount Airy Senior Center on Tuesday afternoon for lunch.While enjoying a turkey and sweet potato lunch, Flora was also treated to her very own ,,roast, led by Jim Jacobs of Mount Airy.
Similar to comedy roasts of celebrities, Jacobs had the lunchroom at the senior center roaring with laughter as seniors remembered favorite adventures with Flora.
Seniors in the room started to laugh as they remembered Flora driving the van to the city for the legislative rally , and back, as it started to snow.
Flora retired in December from the Bureau of Aging, of which she was chief, and had worked with the department for 24 and a half years.
The Mount Airy Senior Center hosted a luncheon for Flora to say thanks for her years of dedication and service.
The South Carroll Senior Center, 5745 Bartholow Road, Sykesville, will host a gathering at 12 p.m., March 21, to honor Jan Flora, who retired in December from the Carroll County Bureau of Aging after more than 24 years of service.
Flora,s loved every minute of her 20 plus years working at the Bureau of Aging.She started working as a grants coordinator and moved up to assistant director.Almost 15 years ago, she took on the role of chief of the bureau and during her years of service, she,s helped implement a number of senior programs, including last year,s Senior Expo.
Health organizations and other resources for seniors were involved in the day-long event last September.More than 650 seniors attended the event, Flora reported.
,,That was something I had as a goal for a number of years.Being able to get it off the ground was a great feeling,, Flora said, adding that she thinks the expo will become an annual event. ,,We had a really good turnout.Folks were thrilled by it.,
She also helped bring senior health insurance programs, counseling and Medicare waiver information to local seniors.Flora said the best thing about her job was helping people and working with what she called the ,,wonderful, staff at the Bureau of Aging.
,,The paperwork you can have,, Flora joked.
She kept up with trends of today,s seniors, she said. ,,The older population changed to become outspoken about their needs and wants., Likewise, the 65-plus crowd grew diverse, and senior centers had to keep up by offering programs to fit their lifestyles. ,,We really had to keep pace with changing demographics.,
Retiring, she said, is a ,,mixed bag., She said there,s lots of things she,ll miss, such as spending time with seniors, or sharing news about her family.But she won,t miss having to worry about the stresses of her job, such as budgeting.
She said she still plans on stopping by senior centers to check in with friends, and Flora is looking toward the ,,period of transition.,

Having a driver's license revoked can ...

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Having a driver's license revoked can be a tragic experience for many seniors, said Janet Flora, chief of the Carroll County Bureau of Aging.

"I think for most of us, transportation is the key, or a key, to our independence, so to forfeit your license or decide not to drive, really causes individuals to think differently," she said.
Flora also said the inability to continue driving is a recognition that things are changing that cannot be controlled.
"Folks feel that very personally.They say, `I'm not the same person I was,' " she said.

Carroll Lutheran Village | News

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Parishioners are invited to hear Jan Flora, Bureau Chief for the Carroll County Bureau of Aging, followed by their choice of two of the three workshops presented that afternoon.The afternoon promises a number of experts in three areas covered under the broad topic.

The first workshop-"Coming to grips with changing needs associated with aging"-will examine physical, cognitive, emotional, and psycho-social issues associated with the aging process and will involve a physician, nurses, and a social worker.
The second workshop will make use of the expertise of other Bureau of Aging personnel as well as that of several Carroll Lutheran Village staff members in addressing very specific "Resources for older adults and their caregivers."Because the spiritual emphasis is important to our mission, our chaplain will speak to spiritual resources.


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Janet B. Flora, Chief (410) 848-4049 e-mail: ccboa@ccg.carr.org

Carroll County Government - Directory of Government Agencies & Services

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Janet Flora, Bureau Chief Phone: 410-386-3850 Fax: 410-840-0436 Location: 125 Stoner Ave., Westminster, MD 21157

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