Culbreth promoted to AOS At Home Care Registry Administrator

Amy Natt, Aging Outreach Services president and CEO announced the promotion of Ashley Culbreth to registry administrator. Culbreth will oversee the day-to-day operations of AOS At Home Care, the firm’s caregiver referral practice.

“I am excited to see Ashley’s career advance as she leads our registry team. The dedication of our entire team and care providers continues to inspire me as our firm supports the needs of older adults and their families,” shared Natt.

Culbreth joined AOS in 2017 as a referral specialist and quickly established herself as a valuable resource and advocate for clients and care providers. She is a graduate of Sandhills Community College with an Associate’s in Human Services Technology and a Certificate in Gerontology. She is also a 2021 Dedman Leadership Institute Fellow.

Culbreth shared she is “committed to being an advocate for our clients and the caregivers that serve them, by providing phenomenal customer service and innovative solutions through patience, perseverance, and passion.”

“AOS fosters both personal and professional growth in its’ employees through a culture of mentorship and by encouraging continuing education. Ashley Culbreth has risen through the ranks over the past 5 years as a result and is now a valuable member of our management team. We have thoroughly enjoyed watching her grow and we are looking forward to her accomplishments in this new role,” said Ashley Eder, Director of Operations.

Established in 1999, Aging Outreach Services is a full-service elder care firm. The practice includes a team of professional aging life care managers, an accredited caregiver registry and a monthly publication, OutreachNC. A client driven business model allows for individuality and creativity in the way people age. AOS provides support and resources for the older adult as well as family members, friends, professionals, facilities, community groups and employers.

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