Chairwoman of Day Care Group
Kay Larmer of McLean, coordinator of Adult Day Health Care for Fairfax County, has been elected chairwoman of the National Institute on Adult Daycare (NIAD).
NIAD is a unit of the National Council on Aging.
Larmer has directed Fairfax County's Adult Day Health Care Programs for the past 6 1/2 years. She serves on the Long Term Care Advisory Committee, the Aging and Health Task Force for the Virginia Health Congress and the Virginia Nurses Association Gerontologic Nurse Practice Committee.
NIAD is the national clearing house for adult day care programs throughout the country and for communities seeking assistance in establishing such programs and implementing adult day care services. Oakton Woman Elected to Post
Brenda Barbour, the daughter of Jean and Charles Barbour of Oakton, has been elected associate member by the Board of Electors of Brown University's Chapter of the Society of Sigma Xi. Sigma Xi is an honorary society devoted to the encouragement of science research. Barbour recently graduated with a degree in computer science. College Student Wins Award
Anna Magliocco, a third-year student at Northeastern University, has received the school President's Award for academic excellence, presented annually to the top five students in each class and in each cooperative education division in the university. Magliocco serves as an investigative aide with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration as part of a five year criminal justice/law enforcement cooperative education program. She is also an assistant adviser to the Alexandria Police Department Explorer Post and volunteers as a clerk/typist two nights a week in the Alexandria Police Department.
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