“Having something to do as an older person, especially a job, makes you feel more involved and valued. It keeps you active and is very fulfilling. “
March 28, 2018
Older adults make a lasting impact on our community by sharing their experience, knowledge, creativity, and heart. These stories are examples of how each of us can Age Well and Live Well.
“I was taking a seventh-grade Social Studies class and we were studying the history of slavery. It was right around the time of the Civil Rights era. We talked about how certain people’s rights weren’t protected because they didn’t have a voice, and how important it was for those of us who were educated to speak up for others. I’d never met a lawyer until my first year of college, but I thought that’s something I want to do, to have a voice for the people who weren’t able to do that.”
July 2, 2019
After several years of unsuccessful job searching, Gladys came to the Senior Community Service Employment Program looking for help. While training with the program, she established a wonderful support system and learned valuable skills needed to get back into the workforce. Through a partnership with The Classic Center, she was […]
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It’s National Adult Day Services Week! This special week has been celebrated annually since it was proclaimed on September 27, 1983, by former President Ronald Reagan to raise awareness of the availability and accessibility of adult day programs nationwide. This year’s theme is “Voice, Vision and Value”. For the past […]