Michelle Narramore, Administrator of Warm Hearth at Home, has been appointed to the Dementia Care Cabinet for LeadingAge Virginia.  LeadingAge Virginia is the state trade association for nonprofit senior living communities and is leading the way when it comes to serving residents with dementia.  As the numbers of persons with cognitive impairments climb, LeadingAge and its members, Warm Hearth Village included, are improving the lives of our elders living with dementia. 

Narramore is from Detroit, Michigan and has two degrees from Radford University: a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Religious Studies. She lives in Blacksburg with her husband, two cats and a dog. She is an avid gardener and yoga teacher in training. She has worked at Warm Hearth Village for three years. 

“I am looking forward to contributing to the excellent strides the cabinet has made. I thank Warm Hearth for the opportunity to serve and to enrich our Village with what I can learn and bring back,” Narramore said.