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Crowd Celebrates Moore’s Retirement

Rhonda Moore became the executive director of Pro Seniors in January 2001, and Pro Seniors’ total budget that year was about $1,000,000.  The budget for fiscal year 2019 is about $2,400,000.  Today Pro Seniors handles at least 30% more cases and has increased the number of staff significantly. On Wednesday, February 20th, a crowd gathered…

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Pro Seniors Receives a Favorable Decision in the Supreme Court of Ohio Case

We were pleased to learn that we had a favorable ruling from the Ohio Supreme Court in a case our managing attorney Miriam Sheline argued this past summer

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Rhonda Moore, Executive Director of Pro Seniors, Announces Retirement

Rhonda Moore, executive director of Pro Seniors, has announced that she will retire in February 2019 after leading Pro Seniors for 18 years.

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Pro Seniors’ United Way Campaign

The Pro Seniors community came through again with a successful United Way campaign with 100% participation. Woo hoo!

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Thank You for Helping Seniors

Our clients are so lucky to have you! Thank you for helping seniors access justice and advocacy during our last fiscal year. We are so grateful for your support!

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Four Seniors Who Rock Honored for their Achievements

We had so much fun honoring our four Seniors Who Rock: Marianna Brown Bettman, Dan Hurley, Don Neyer, and Walter T. Oka. Thank you to everyone who supported the event!

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We’re Looking for an AmeriCorps Ombudsman

We’re looking for an AmeriCorps Ombudsman to work with our amazing team!

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Alliance Formed to Improve Legal Services for Low-income Ohioans

The state’s legal aid organizations are pleased to announce the formation of the Alliance of Ohio Legal Aids, called Alliance, to improve access to and the quality of legal services for low-income Ohioans.

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Pro Seniors Sheline Presents Oral Arguments for Ohio Supreme Court

Managing attorney Miriam Sheline presented oral arguments for the case of Embassy Healthcare v. Cora Sue Bell to the Ohio Supreme Court.

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Mike Walters and What He Learned at the Center for Elder Rights Advocacy

We disagree that Mike Walters has a face made for the telephone, but we love that he can reflect on how he has become an even better attorney through his involvement with the Center for Elder Rights Advocacy.

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