The SupportNet Social Services program connects older adults and their families to important information and resources to support healthy aging. Whether it is assistance with Medicare, finding in home support, applying for SNAP food benefits, or help with next steps for housing, our social worker is available to help navigate these complex systems and ensure older adults and their families have access to all the resources needed to support independence.
One of the most beneficial activities for healthy and active aging is socialization within a community of like minded individuals. With this focus in mind, we offer a variety of programs that celebrate the benefits of community connections. From our monthly “Dinner with Friends”, a casual gathering of good food and conversation, to our Grief & Loss Support Group, there are many opportunities to engage with our community.
Facilitated by Katherine Rosenblatt, LMSW, CDCP
An 8 Week Grief & Loss Support Group
Join us in a safe space to listen, share and heal in conversation about losses you have experienced. We will learn how grief can affect our everyday life & ways to manage the range of feelings and symptoms.
Please RSVP by calling the Center at 610-688-6246. Group size limited to 12 people.
2:00 to 3:00PM
A Caregivers Support Group
Are you caring for a loved one with dementia? Juggling work, family, and a parent who needs care?
Light Meal provided. Please RSVP by calling the Center at 610-688-6246.
11:00am – 12:30pm
at Tredyffrin Public Library (582 Upper Gulph Road, Strafford, PA 19087)
6:00pm – 7:30 pm
at Radnor Memorial Library (114 W. Wayne Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087)
Sponsored by Gray Care by Waverly Heights.
Dinner with Friends
Gather for casual dinner and conversation with old & new friends at the senior center! Bring your own dinner, we’ll provide the drinks and dessert. RSVP by calling the Center at 610-688-6246.