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Senior Connections Wants to Hear from You in May
May has been declared Older Virginians Month by Gov. Bob McDonnell. Senior Connections, the Capital Area Agency on Aging, is marking the month of May by asking the community to share their input and suggestions to address needs and maximize resources to help older adults in our region.
You are invited to attend the four sessions that will be held throughout the region. All of the sessions will start at 10 a.m. on the dates below:
- Tuesday, May 8 -- Powhatan Friendship Café at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 2480 Batterson Road, Powhatan.
- Thursday, May 10 -- Good Shepherd Friendship Café and Senior Activity Center at Good Shepherd Baptist Church, 1127 N. 28th St., Richmond.
- Thursday, May 17 -- Senior Center of Greater Richmond, Inc., 4200 Innslake Drive, Suite 101, Glen Allen.
- Thursday, May 31 -- Goochland Friendship Café at the Recreational Center, 2415 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland.
The information gathered at these sessions will assist Senior Connections in updating its Strategic Plan and its the Four-Year Plan for Aging Services, which is their description of services that support seniors who need home and community services. The four-year plan is also an assessment of current and future needs.
The information will also help guide the agency's implementation of part of the Age Wave Plan. Senior Connrections will have lead responsibility for implementation of Age Wave Plan initiatives that promote coordinated transportation and mobility management to enhance the ability of residents to use available resources. The complete Age Wave Plan will be released to the community in late May.