In addition to the standard duties of a board member, Reddan is also one of the trustees on Senior Citizen Inc.’s capital campaign committee, which is currently raising money to rebuild the Ruth Byck Daycare Center. This workday program offers two meals, snacks, transportation and a day of meaningful activity for frail seniors. Reddan is also on the Board Development Committee, which works to make sure the Board of Directors is progressively moving forward.
“It was a tremendous honor to be named to the board,” Reddan says.
“My goal in my own business is to make sure senior care is as wonderful as it can possibly be and I can’t think of a better way to make sure that happens than to be involved with Senior Citizens, Incorporated.”
Reddan’s business, Coastal Eldercare Solutions, is an eldercare consulting practice designed to help area businesses restore productivity for their workers who are overwhelmed by the caregiving needs of their parents. He has also just published Reddan’s Coastal Eldercare Directory, a comprehensive guide to hundreds of eldercare services and companies in the Coastal Empire.
Senior Citizen’s, Inc. was established in 1959 and is Savannah’s largest non-profit agency dedicated to enhancing seniors’ quality of life. The organization’s mission is to help seniors live safely and independently on their own and to promote for the overall well being of all seniors in the community. It is located at 3025 Bull Street in Savannah. To learn more about Senior Citizen’s, Inc., call (912) 236-0363 or log on at www.seniorcitizens-inc.org.
To learn more about Coastal Eldercare Solutions, Inc., call (912) 353-9000 or log on to www.eldercare-usa.com.