Fast Facts about Alamance ElderCare and

North Carolina's Aging Population

  • ​NC’s older population is projected to almost double from 2000 to 2030.

  • Baby boomers comprise more than 25% of Alamance County’s population.

  • More than 79% of all older adults live at home, not in a nursing home.

  • 82% of funding goes to nursing home care.

  • If family caregivers across the U.S. were paid for their services, this informal caregiving would be a $257 billion industry.

  • Alamance ElderCare was established in 1994.

  • Alamance ElderCare serves more than 3,500 older adults each year.

  • Since 1994, Alamance ElderCare has assisted more than 45,000 older adults and touched the lives of countless caregivers.

  • There is no charge for Alamance ElderCare's services.

  • Nearly 89 cents of every dollar given to Alamance ElderCare goes for client services.

  • Alamance ElderCare is an self-sustaining affiliate of Alamance Regional Medical Center.

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Contact Us

Alamance ElderCare

3019 S. Church Street

PO Box 202

Burlington, NC 27215

 

Phone: (336) 538-8080

​Fax: (336) 538-8534

Melinda Smith,

Program Assistant Melinda.Smith@ConeHealth.com

 

Laura Regan, Program Director Laura.Regan@ConeHealth.com

Angela Thompson, Program Manager  Angela.Thompson3@ConeHealth.com

 

Tammy McKee

Care Manager, Family Caregiver

Support Program

Tammy.McKee@ConeHealth.com

Tracy McKinney, CAP/DA

Care Manager

Tracy.ClarksonMcKinney@ConeHealth.com

Alamance ElderCare
Board of Directors