G.A.I.N. – powered by Lowe’s
Skilled volunteers from Bank of America, Carolina Computer Partners and more will help Memory and Movement Charlotte refresh their technology plan to keep up with their current organizational needs.
Memory & Movement Charlotte (MMC) is devoted to meeting the medical, safety and behavioral needs of patients with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other forms of memory and movement disorders. Using a time-and-attention model, MMC develops a care plan for each patient. At the same time, caregivers receive continuing education, and time to ask questions and express concerns. No one is turned away.
MMC has embarked on the next stage in their journey in G.A.I.N., an Apparo program generously sponsored by Lowe’s and EY. Skilled volunteers will review MMC technology framework and organizational changes made since the finalization of the last technology plan in February 2021. Based on this information, the volunteer team will document the current state of technology at MMC and provide a prioritized 2-3 year plan and roadmap of recommendations along with budget estimates.
Nonprofit Partner: Janet LeClair
Volunteer Change Agent: Bill Hammelman (Carolina Computer Partners)
Volunteers: Chad Browninger (Bank of America), Allen Kim