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Welcome

The Prince George’s Senior Provider Network (PGSPN) is a group of professionals who work together to help seniors in the community get the support and assistance they need. We improve the care and quality of the lives of seniors by providing them with education and resources through the collaboration with community agencies and organizations. 

Together, we: 

  • Provide monthly education programs. 
  • Host an annual special event for seniors and/or their caregiver.
  • Produce and disseminate the Prince George's Senior Resource Guide.  
  • Offer a Speakers Bureau on a variety of senior topics for free to community groups.
  • Support and build community awareness and relationships that enhance senior care. 
  • Disseminate and develop educational material.
  • Serve as a resource to public agencies regarding the special needs of seniors. 
  • Partner with the community regarding the increasing and changing needs of seniors is Prince George’s county. 
  • Support seniors in need through donating incontinence supplies to seniors in need and sponsoring a Holiday Giving Project.
  • Support senior community events through sponsorships.

Our programs keep our members aware of trends, hot topics and the latest research in the geriatric, health care and senior services fields so that we may ALL, individually and collectively, provide a higher level of service.
2021 MEMBERSHIP MEETING SCHEDULE

Meetings are held virtually via Zoom at 8:30 am the 3rd Thursday of the month. Register in advance.

  • Jan. 21
  • Feb. 18
  • Mar. 18
  • Apr. 15
  • May 20
  • Jun. 17
  • Jul. 15
  • Aug. 19
  • Sep. 16
  • Oct. 21
  • Nov. 18
  • Dec. 16


2021 Senior Resource Guide

Now available! Click to browse the 2021 Resource Guide online!


MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS:
ANN CRAYNON

Ann Craynon ElderCare Solutions provides Aging Life Care services, supporting senior citizens of both Prince George’s and Anne Arundel Counties and their families.  Aging Life Care Managers walk alongside seniors and their families throughout the aging process. Every individual’s situation and goals are unique, and our services are tailored to the needs of each client. Services may address Aging in Place, Medical Management, Caregiver Counseling and Advocacy or Assistance for the Long-Distance Caregiver. 


Among Ann’s earliest memories include times playing board games on the floor with her grandmother. After-school care was provided by her other grandmother. As years went on, her relationships with them changed and focused more on helping her parents to care for them.

During college, a summer internship as an aide at a nursing home cultivated Ann’s interest in gerontology. She loved working with the residents and was fascinated by their stories. Over time, she became passionate about advocating for her own grandparents. This led Ann to pursue a Master’s in Gerontology and work with seniors in various capacities.

After raising her own family, Ann knew that she wanted to help seniors preserve their independence; to help individuals struggling with aging or end of life issues navigate the challenges and achieve the best quality of life possible while staying safe. Her work as an Aging Life Care Manager has enabled her to fulfill that desire.

Having worked with Rosemary Allender, owner of Family Eldercare Management until she retired, Ann wanted to continue the personal care management style that they had developed. Ann Craynon ElderCare Solutions was born out of that desire. As a certified Aging Life Care™ Manager, Ann continues to enjoy serving clients and building friendships along the way.

As a volunteer, Ann facilitates Caregiver Support groups for the Alzheimer’s Society, and serves on the board of the Prince George’s Senior Provider’s Network. Ann has been active in her church for over thirty years. She considers herself especially blessed to be mom to four amazing children and enjoys being grandma to an increasing number of grandchildren.


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Prince George's Senior Provider Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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