Patty Barnett Mouton

Patty Barnett Mouton has served as the Vice President, Outreach & Advocacy, for Alzheimer’s Orange County since 2005. She manages clinical outreach and education for physicians, nurses, social workers and other health care providers, as well as the Advocacy and Public Policy activities at the local, state and federal levels. She is active in the Orange County Aging Services Collaborative, and the OC Healthy Aging Initiative committee. Patty has served as co-chair of the OC POLST Coalition since 2010, and manages the OC Advance Care Planning Initiative. She serves on the CalOptima member advisory committee, and currently chairs the CalOptima OneCare Connect advisory committee.
Patty is an approved instructor for a variety of professional organizations, including: the California Board of Registered Nursing, CA Board of Behavioral Sciences, CA Community Care Licensing, CA Nursing Home Administrator Program, CA Board of Physical Therapy, CA Board of Occupational Therapy, the CA Bar Association and ELNEC (End of Life Nursing Education Consortium). She currently facilitates Alzheimer’s caregiver support groups at Our Lady Queen of Angels Church and St. Timothy Church.
Patty has recently returned from the National POLST Paradigm Conference in Chicago, where she presented on the robust POLST and Advance Care Planning activities in Orange County. She has been a featured lecturer at the following conferences: California Council of Geriatrics and Gerontology, American Society on Aging National Conference, California Association of Health Services at Home Conference, ALFA National. She holds a certificate in Fundamentals of Gerontology from USC and a certificate in Palliative Care Chaplaincy from CSU San Marcos.

Patty and her husband Roger live in Laguna Niguel with Keiko, their rescue dog, and are happy grandparents of Miranda, Arthur, Serena and Keegan.