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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.
2020 Senior Resource Guide

Click to browse the 2020 Resource Guide online!

A special thank you to Crescent Cities Charities for their support in publishing the 2020 Prince George's Senior Resource Guide.

Member highlight:
Tracey nalesnik

I have a diverse history of employment; I have worn many hats. My first paid job was in the summer of 1967 at 6 years old. I have never forgotten the sense of pride and the feeling of accomplishment after successfully completing my task.

My current role with Visiting Angels requires that I don many of my well-worn hats and recall practical experiences throughout a single day. While wearing a marketing hat I organize, present and participate in health fairs, panel discussions and events offering information and resources appropriate for a senior population. While wearing the caregiver liaison hat, I tactfully assist family members and clients identify care needs, understand the scope of services and act a referral resource when appropriate. The administrator hat requires detailed coordination and implementation of services.

Ultimately, as Community Liaison, I strive to establish a relationship with the communities and businesses who serve needs of the senior population of Prince George’s County. Fortunately Visiting Angels Executive Director and Past President and Founder of PGSPN, Vikki Kalitsi, supports my additional roles of Prince George’s Senior Provider Network - Membership Chairperson, Alzheimer’s Association - Memory Café Facilitator and Dementia Friendly America - Friend, Member and Screener.

Having a variety of interests and experiences allows me to honestly and easily relate to people. I am pragmatic with a quirky, dry sense of humor and I can be a total geek on subjects of interest, especially science and nature. Oh, regarding that first job… I collected a cash payment for my efforts totaling $2.00. I treated myself to a Good Humor ice cream bar and a pack of baseball cards. The remaining crisp one-dollar bill and leftover change was deposited into my savings account, in horrific handwriting the register noted; first job $1.60.

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