Event: Apple Harvest Festival!

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 2, 2017 at 8:41 PM
Apples..................Apples..................and more Apples! Fresh pressed cider, mulled cider, hard ciderApple Butter and Brunswick Stew simmering over open fires, made on site by the CoveGarden RuritansOld fashioned Fried Apple Pies, Rachel Willis' Caramel Apples, and more.Local Food Vendors featuring: Gryffon's Aerie Beef and Foods of All Nations BarbecueArtisan Food and Craft Vendors: Caramont Farm Cheese, Pettigrew Woodworks, White O...

EVENT: Join us at the Senior Center's November Yard Sale

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 2, 2017 at 8:08 PM
The Senior Center’s November Yard Sale is around the corner and everyone is sure to find a much needed treasure!  It all kicks off with the early-bird sale, Friday, November 3, 5 – 7 pm with $5 entrance fee.  Free to all on Saturday, November 4, 2017, 8:00 AM – 1:00 pm. The will have great items, especially for the holiday: luggage, baskets, lamps, fabric, yarn skeins, mirrors, books, pictures, silver, glass ware, pu...

Holiday Decluttering: From Give to Get

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 1, 2017 at 8:07 AM
As the holidays near, it’s time to prepare for family dinners, shopping, and finding the perfect gifts. This season often brings about a need to declutter in preparation for holiday guests.According to Senior Relocation Expert, Nan Hayes in The Gift of Giving, “most of us hold onto the possessions that fill our homes because we don’t regularly take the time to evaluate the functionality or personal meaning of each item and discard those that are ...

10 Items to Donate to Seniors in Need

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 1, 2017 at 8:04 AM
The holidays mark a season to create joy. Giving to others can be the best gift many people receive all year. As we visit with our loved ones, many of us begin to think of what we can do to assist others in need.During the holiday season and year-round, millions of seniors are suffering while trying to meet their basic needs. About 56 percent of seniors age 80+ reported a severe disability and 29 percent of the same population reported needing as...

5 Ways to Give Back to Seniors

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 1, 2017 at 8:01 AM
The Holiday Season is here. Families are gathering and excitement is in the air. With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, there’s one group we often forget – seniors.As we share meals and create memories, it’s important to remember those who may need extra help during this time of year. According to industry experts in a recent article on the Points of Light Blog , “Aging adults can face a number of challenges, from loneliness to failing healt...

Fall Cleaning Checklist

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on October 31, 2017 at 12:24 PM
Fall is finally here! And with any change in season, it’s a good time to look around (and outside of!) your home, for what you can clean up or fix. Here are some ideas for tackling the outside of your home: -          Clean up your summer fun! Put away patio furniture, kids’ toys, and umbrellas. -          Inspect your doors. Do they close tigh...

October- "Caring for Your Well-Being"

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on October 25, 2017 at 11:51 AM
Thank you to Dr. Rebecca Wilder of ALIGN Chiropractic for your interesting and informative Osteoporosis presentation at The Senior Center of Charlottesville. We got up and moving and learned the best ways to keep our bones healthy. Join us in December for our next "Caring for Your Well-Being" program as we celebrate the season with nutritious, delicious, easy to prepare food and fun!

Green Moving: Get Packing without Wasting

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on October 23, 2017 at 9:37 PM
It’s time to pack up your life. Depending on how many things you have, the job can be daunting and seem never-ending. It can also take a lot of stuff to pack a lot of stuff. And if you’re trying to cut back on the trash that packing takes, we have some suggestions.If you know the impending move is coming, you can always start saving your own moving supplies. Start saving boxes, bubble wrap, and other padding or packing materials. This way, you’re...

Halloween Safety for Seniors

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on October 16, 2017 at 11:33 AM
Halloween is coming soon, and seniors may want to get involved in their neighborhood fun. Here are some ways to do that, while keeping everyone safe:   1.       Keep the lights on: Even if you are not handing out candy, leave your interior and exterior lights on. This will help it look like you’re home, even if you aren’t. Try leaving a sign on your front door that says you are not handing out candy....

How to Manage Care with Technology

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on October 5, 2017 at 3:46 PM
If you’re a long-distance care giver for your loved one, technology can help you keep in touch, and keep up to date with their medical care. Technology can help seniors keep their independence and feel connected to their families. It can also give loved ones a peace of mind that their seniors are staying healthy.
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