Presented by the Social Community Activities Network (SCAN) in the Field of Aging
Lynette Whiteman, Executive Director of Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey (CVCJ) received the Leader of Distinction Award in the Field of Aging from the Social Community Activities Network (SCAN).
The award celebrates the contributions made by exceptional community leaders to New Jersey’s aging adult population and was presented at SCAN’s Annual Awards Luncheon on Tues, Oct. 17th at Seabrook in Tinton Falls.
According to Pat Bohse, SCAN Executive Director, “Under Lynette Whiteman’s outstanding leadership, Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey has evolved to support a rapidly growing population of seniors, individuals with dementia and family caregivers. By providing vital services, such as transportation to medical appointments and friendly visits, CVCJ allows vulnerable residents to remain independent in their own homes.”