Special Healthcare Program Featuring Rosalynn Carter
by Kerri Felder on 3/28/2014

Special Program for Staff & Students- Health Care Science and Nursing Programs

The GaDOE will be offering a special program in Plains, Georgia the morning of May 1, 2014. Rosalynn Carter will speak on the work she has done with mental illness and caregiving.

Mrs. Carter first began working with these issues when Jimmy Carter was Governor of Georgia and continued this work as First Lady of the United States. Since 1981, she has continued to be an advocate in the health care field. Her speech will include information about the work through the Carter Center as well as the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving.

This program is designed for students enrolled in a high school or college level health care related field. Please share this information with staff and students. If your school would like to bring a group for this special program, please complete this form and e-mail it back or fax it.  Seating is limited!

Annette Wise

Georgia Department of Education – Plains Field Office

Jimmy Carter NHS Education Program

300 North Bond Street

Plains, Georgia 31780