Peninsula Agency on Aging, Inc. has been linking seniors to trusted area services, including transportation, meals on wheels, care coordination, & in-home care, since 1974.
Williamsburg Aging and Disability Resource Center
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Resources for Seniors and Caregivers:
Your one stop shop for information and assistance.
The Resource Center offers a convenient, welcoming location for people and their families to get information, assistance and access to a wide variety of services.
The Center is a program of Peninsula Agency on Aging (PAA), a 501©(3) nonprofit organization. Since 1974, PAA has provided services to enable seniors, caregivers, and adults with disabilities to remain in their home with dignity and independence. Click here to be directed to the main PAA website.
739 Thimble Shoals Blvd.
Suite 1006 Newport News, VA 23606
312Waller Mill Road, Suite 105
Williamsburg, VA 23185
|William Massey, CEO of PAA with Ellen Marie Hess, Commissioner, Virginia Employment Commission, Keynote Speaker at the 6th Annual Senior Employment Event.|
Our 6th Annual Employment event, held on June 25th at the Historic Triangle Messmer Community Services Center was a great success. Over 200 older workers attended the event and were provided the opportunity to meet and talk to local employers looking to hire workers 45 and over.
Typical job openings included, but were not limited to: Teachers, Licensed Counselors, Health Care Professionals, Drivers, Food Services, Technical and Administrative Positions.
Workers came prepared with copies of their resumes and suitable attire to meet and greet over 15 local employers.
This event was a free offering and open to older workers interested in finding a job!
Click on the Download button at right to view the employers that attended the event.
The Vulnerable Seniors Committee focuses on the needs of hidden populations including isolated and frail seniors, low-income seniors and those with mental health issues. The committee works to enhance the support of services to meet the needs of vulnerable seniors and their caregivers.
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.
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, The Senior Services Coalition is facilitating the development of community indicators to assess how prepared the Greater Williamsburg area is to address the needs of our changing demographics. The Community Indicators developed will be easily remembered, useful for trend analysis, and inform community level decision making. Read about other activities in the 2013/2014 Report to the Community.
Contact us at 757-345-6277 or SSCinfo@paainc.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 2013/14 Annual Report to the Community.
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:
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 SSCinfo@paainc.org.