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Do you provide assistance to individuals or caregivers who are exploring options for long term care? Get the tools you need through this 20 hour online & in-person training series.
The Connecticut Senior Medicare Patrol has received reports of fraudulent calls. Please spread the word that calls are not being made to beneficiaries about the new cards.
Information sessions are being held for individuals interested in volunteering with Experience Corps.
The Federal Farm Bill will be reauthorized in September. Your advocacy is needed to ensure that SNAP is protected for those that rely on this benefit to buy groceries each month, including 4.8 millions older adults.
Whether on notebook paper or beautiful stationary, the importance of receiving a letter was always what was inside. It could be the answers to your questions or details of adventures or plans to see one another. This same excitement remains the same with two Pen Pal Projects coordinated by our RSVP Volunteer Program.
Spots are still available. The next opportunity for CHOICES training has been scheduled for September, with a mandatory orientation session on August 15th. By volunteering with CHOICES, you can become an integral member of the growing effort to educate the community about Medicare and other programs that can help beneficiaries with their out of pocket medical costs.
Do you want to help individuals feel more in control and build their self confidence in managing their lives with Diabetes? Receive everything you need to be a successful leader of this evidence-based and nationally recognized program.
“I am delighted to have joined other seniors to find a fulfilling hobby as well as many wonderful friends to be with on a weekly basis.”
The next PTC six-week program will be held in the evenings beginning May 23rd. Sign up today to reserve your spot.
In January the RSVP and Experience Corps programs held an Appreciation Luncheon. It was wonderful to witness perfect strangers who have so much in common - the willingness to give to others! There were volunteers from every aspect of service; from Friendly Visitors and Money Managers to tutors, knitters and pen pals.
Two six-week workshops will be held this spring. Check out our Wellness & Exercise page for more information.
For more information about Live Well upcoming workshops being offered statewide as well as leader trainings, please visit http://cthealthyliving.org/
All public agencies, private non-profit or proprietary incorporated agencies serving towns within the twenty towns of south central Connecticut are invited to apply for Title III funding.
In October about 100 families came to Connecticut after the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria and our volunteers stepped up to help.
The state Department of Social Services today announced that in response to concerns raised by beneficiaries, advocates and legislators, it will slow down the implementation of eligibility reductions in the ‘Medicare Savings Programs’ contained in the bipartisan budget.
In response to concerns raised by beneficiaries, advocates and legislators, the Department of Social Services, will slow down the implementation of eligibility reductions - but the future is still uncertain. Your voice needs to be heard.
Assistance for lower Valley residents is available through TEAM, Inc.
Eighth graders are getting to know veterans through a pen pal project.
AOASCC's TEARS, Elder Abuse Conference, was selected as an Aging Innovations Award Recipient. Kudos to Dr. Beverly Kidder and her staff in the Aging and Disability Center!
DSMP workshop to be held at AOASCC starts September 7th. DSMP workshops are designed for adults who want to take charge of their ongoing health problems and get relief from their pain, fatigue, and other symptoms.
Currently recruiting tutors! Experience Corps – Greater New Haven is a local affiliate of an award-winning national program that that helps struggling students become great readers.
Agnes Lowe was just one of the wonderful centenarians we had the opportunity to meet on May 3rd at the annual Centenarian Luncheon.
We need YOU to join our efforts to combat ageism!
Since 1963, OAM has been a time to celebrate older Americans, their stories, and their contributions.