From left: Senior Community Services Executive Director Arthur Weisfeld, Councilman Dave White,Aging at Home Director Christine Rae Helmandollar, COSA Director Denise Stewart and Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan.
Helping Seniors Stay in Their Homes
Delaware County Councilman Dave White joined District Attorney Jack Whelan and the County Office of Services for the Aging (COSA) in welcoming Senior Community Service's "Aging at Home" program to Ridley Township on Nov 14. Since 1977 Senior Community Service has served thousands of Delaware County residents. One of their key services is the Aging at Home program, which helps seniors with daily tasks such as cleaning, home repairs and transportation. Details on their services can be found at www.scsdelco.org
Are you 60 years or older and living in the Greater Lansdowne or Ridley areas?
Is anything preventing you from, or concerning you about, remaining in your own home?
We can help you!
Aging at Home-ACommunity Network is a community program coordinated locally by Senior Community Services. Through this program, caring professionals work with committed volunteers to bring services and peace of mind to you so that you may remain living safely in the comfort of your own home. Aging at Home provides a wide variety of at-home services such as door-through-door transportation, vetted home repair referrals and volunteer chore services.
To learn more about this program, click here.