“Controlling Chronic Illness” Workshops Need Volunteer Leaders

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Lee Miller
Lee Miller was born in Denison, TX and grew up in East Texas with his family. He studied music education at Stephen F. Austin State University taking a job in television on his last day of student teaching. Lee also provides business authoritative expertise to the broadcast industry as a consultant. Presently he is CEO of MSG Resources LLC, which specializes in consulting within broadcast best practices, distribution technologies and media strategy mastery. - - - - - Lee Miller is a well-known veteran of the broadcast media industry with particular experience in leading for-profit and non-profit broadcasting organizations. His career began in Lufkin, Texas in the early 80’s where he progressed from studio operations to creative services and network management. Mr. Miller has since received various professional designations and memberships such as Society of Broadcast Engineers accredited frequency coordinator, The Energy Professionals Association Certified Energy Consultant, and National Religious Broadcasters Television Committee & past Chair. Lee also serves as the Executive Director of the Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance, is a member of the Advanced Television Systems Committee and is proud to be part of Texas Association of Broadcasters Golden Mic Club, highlighting extraordinary careers in broadcasting. Continued engagement with his community is at the core of his business practices serving on the board of the Salvation Army and as keyboardist for the contemporary worship band at Harmony Hill Baptist Church. Lee lives near Lufkin Texas on one of his family’s tree farms located in the Texas Forest Country region north of Houston. He is married to Kenla and has two grown children, Joshua, COO of MSGPR Ltd Co and Morgan, a Critical Care ICU RN.

Do you, or someone you care for, struggle to manage diabetes, arthritis, asthma, high blood pressure, heart or lung disease, sickle cell, pain, depression or other ongoing health conditions?  The Area Agency on Aging (AAA) of Deep East Texas is looking for people who want to help others learn to better control chronic illnesses.  There is no prior teaching experience required – just a desire to help themselves, or others, better manage their on-going health conditions.

There are four days of mandatory training.  The training sessions are scheduled for January 14th, 15th and 16th with two final sessions on January 22nd and 23 rd.  All of the sessions will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Nacogdoches County Extension Office in the Courthouse Annex at 203 West Main in Nacogdoches, Texas.

“The information, tips and techniques we have to offer are geared towards people who want to help themselves, and others, better manage these chronic diseases,” says Holly Anderson, the AAA Director.  There is no fee for participating in the program.  Snacks and beverages will be provided during the breaks.

To register for the workshop, or get additional information, contact Bobbie Stott at the Area Agency on Aging of Deep East Texas at (409) 384-7614 or bstott@detcog.org.   You can also contact Marie Naverrete at (409) 384-7614 or mnaverrete@detcog.org.  Funding for the “Controlling Chronic Illness” training workshops is being provided by the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities.

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