The Senior Services Coalition’s Keys to Healthy Aging program provides easy to read information about topics of interest to seniors, their caregivers, and adult children. The information is provided in brief, 2 page resource summaries that have been developed by SSC members who have expertise on the topics.
Each summary includes:
- Brief description of the topic
- List of community resources you can contact for more information
- List of SSC-approved speakers, who you can contact to present up-to-date, reliable information about the topic to your group.
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The Senior Services Coalition of Greater Williamsburg (SSC) is an organization of health care providers, government entities, academics, and community members working collaboratively to promote a healthier and more livable community for older adults in the Historic Triangle Area.
In 2005, SSC created the RIDES program, now run by the Historic Triangle Senior Center. In 2010, with funding from the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, SSC began facilitating the implementation of the Community Action Plan on Aging 2010-2020.
By 2030, one of every three Historic Triangle Area residents will be age 60 or over (US Census, 2005). In response to this startling fact, SSC facilitated the development of the Community Action Plan on Aging, a ten year plan that outlines the activities necessary to make the Greater Williamsburg Area a more livable community for seniors.
The plan was created through research, interviews and community forums led by the Center for Excellence in Aging and Lifelong Health and identifies four issues for action:
- Awareness of and Access to Resources
- Vulnerable Seniors
- Housing and Neighborhood Support
- Seniors as a Resource
Goals, strategies and evaluation measures have been developed for each issue and committees, comprised of volunteers assisted by a small staff, are implementing the Plan.
Contact us at 757-220-3480 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can help make our community a more livable area for seniors.
Click on the Download button at right to open the 2012/13 Annual Report to the Community.
Experienced Employees in Transition Job Club
When: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 9:00 -10:30 am
A 45 and over Job Club. Join the Experienced Employees in Transition… for speakers, workshops, networking, emotional and resource support throughout your job search! For details click the "Learn More" button below.
For more information please contact us at SeniorServicesCoalition@verizon.net.