APS Makes a Donation in Honor of Long-time Employee and Volunteer

APS Makes a Donation in Honor of Long-time Employee and Volunteer

By Emma Wolff In 1983, Ronald Reagan was president, Sally Ride was the first American woman in space, TV viewers tuned in to watch the final episode of M*A*S*H*, and Maria Maskell joined APS. After nearly 40 years of service, Maria is now retiring. Not only has Maria...
Join Us as We Celebrate Giving Tuesday on December 1

Join Us as We Celebrate Giving Tuesday on December 1

This Giving Tuesday, December 1, Duet: Partners In Health & Aging will inspire the community to volunteer, donate, and ask for help in support of its mission to promote health and well-being through vitally needed services to homebound adults, family caregivers,...
A Faith Community Nurse Focuses on Education

A Faith Community Nurse Focuses on Education

By Will Everett, Duet Communications Intern As a faith community nurse and the director of health ministries at King of Glory Lutheran Church in Tempe, Karen Hernandez has many important responsibilities in her congregation. Karen has been a faith community nurse...
Duet Raises $130,770 at Poinsettia Tea Fundraiser

Duet Raises $130,770 at Poinsettia Tea Fundraiser

On December 15, Duet held its 29th Annual Poinsettia Tea at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale where more than 430 supporters gathered together for an afternoon of tea, entertainment, and giving. The event raised $130,770 in net proceeds benefiting Duet’s mission to promote...
Easy Ways to Give Back to Duet

Easy Ways to Give Back to Duet

It’s almost November, which means that it’s time for holiday shopping. Whether you’re picking up supplies for your gathering with family and friends, or presents for loved ones, there are two easy ways to support Duet by doing the shopping you were already planning...
How Neighbors Can Help with Your Role of Long-Distance Caregiver

How Neighbors Can Help with Your Role of Long-Distance Caregiver

Photo Courtesy of Pixabay Guest blog post by Claire Wentz When distance keeps you apart, caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s becomes a particularly daunting proposition. However, by connecting with someone close by, you can work together to overcome the miles, and...
Duet in Need of Summer Volunteers to Help Seniors

Duet in Need of Summer Volunteers to Help Seniors

By Sam Romero, Communications Intern Many isolated elders and homebound adults are without vital services such as transportation to doctor’s appointments and trips to the grocery store this summer. Currently, there are 74 homebound adults waiting to be matched with...
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