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Learn about how Harris County Ombudsman’s Office can partner with you in protecting your loved ones in long-term care, with Greg Shelley.
Have you been perturbed by some of the reports about senior care facilities in the time of the coronavirus pandemic? Would you like to learn more about how to protect your loved ones? Join us for a webinar that discusses some of the problems in long-term care and how the Harris County Ombudsman’s Office addresses them, given by Greg Shelley, Program Manager for the Harris County Long-term Care Ombudsman Program
Come join us for this free webinar from the Hope and Healing Center & Institute. Register today for login information.
About the Speaker
Greg Shelley, Program Manager for the Harris County Long-term Care Ombudsman Program at Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealthGreg Shelley is the Program Manager for the Harris County Long-term Care Ombudsman Program at Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth, which is provided in collaboration with the Harris County Area Agency on Aging.
He has over ten years of service with the ombudsman program, contributing as a volunteer initially and serving six years as the volunteer coordinator and staff ombudsman for Harris County. He later spent two years with the Houston-Galveston Area Council serving as a staff ombudsman covering Fort Bend and Waller Counties and returned to lead the program in Harris County in November of 2017.
During his time as an ombudsman, he has helped resolve approximately a thousand cases and provided nearly 10,000 consultations to individuals regarding a wide range of topics related to resident rights and care in LTC settings. He has given presentations on the local, state, and national levels involving the ombudsman program and role, volunteer recruitment and retention, and various advocacy approaches. He also provides nursing home and assisted living staff in-service training in Harris County.
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