Planning & Management Council

Join our Team!

Help us achieve our mission by serving on our Planning and Management Council (PMC). PMC volunteers provide agency oversight, collaborate with staff for planning and program development, advocate for those with the greatest social, economic and health needs, and much more. PMC members attend monthly meetings and have opportunities to discuss leading information about issues facing older adults and people with disabilities in our community. Download the PMC Volunteer Flier to learn more about joining.

What do PMC members do?
  • ADVISE — Bring knowledge of local issues to our agency
  • ADVOCATE — For older adults and adults with disabilities in our service region
  • CONNECT — With the general public and other organizations
  • COLLABORATE — With the community to achieve mutual goals

Committees

Executive

Oversees the development of internal administrative policies, bylaws, budget, services, and personnel system. They review and assess agency operations, periodically review Council meeting attendance, and make recommendations on the declaration of vacant seats. 

Nominating

Nominates Council recruits and interviews potential new members. Determines if these nominees will serve and periodically reviews attendance records.

Planning and Resources

Calls and convenes public hearings for the purposes of gathering information on the needs of the elderly, secures public review of planning documents, formulates strategies for addressing these needs, and recommends the proposed Area Plan on Aging, including annual updates.

Services Quality Assurance

Develops annual funding distribution plans and service delivery budgets, periodically reviews financial statements, reviews and recommends action on amendments to vendors’ contracts, and periodically reviews fiscal and program monitoring reports of the agency’s vendors’ operations.

Advocacy

Reviews local, state, or federal laws, regulations, policies, or actions that impact older persons and formulates recommendations to the Council. Acts with the Governing Board, Council, and designated staff as an advocate for older persons.

How to Volunteer

Advisory Council members are appointed to serve a three-year term and may be eligible for a second three-year term. To learn more about volunteering, please email us at action@altcew.org or reach out through our Contact Us Page. If you are ready to join, download and complete the PMC Application Form.