Our needs change through the different seasons of life. For Seniors and their families, finding suitable services and resources can seem more like a maze than a road map. This page includes several helpful links to organizations devoted to making transitions less stressful and providing valuable information to making best choices for families and their loved ones.
Washington Depot Senior Center
Washington Senior Center was established to provide services and activities to senior citizens of the town. The Senior Center serves as a resource for the community, providing information on aging for family caregivers and for assistance in addressing aging issues.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
(860) 868-0735 - email@example.com
Caring.com is a leading Senior Care resource for family caregivers seeking information and supprt as they care for aging parents, spouses and loved ones. It has been featured in AARP, The Administration for Community Living, the National Legal Resource Center and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organization across the internet. Below is the link to a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support, organizations, and available care options that are in every city in Connecticut that can help senior citizens stay connected with their community.
Assisted Living Research Institute, https://www.assistedliving.org/connecticut/
Western CT Area Agency on Aging, 203.757.5449
Home Care Program for Elders, 800.445.5394 Ext. 4
My Place CT - https://www.myplacect.org/
VNA - Community Healthcare & Hospice - https://connecticuthomecare.org/
The Conversation Project - https://theconversationproject.org/
The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care. “The Conversation Project emphasizes having a conversation on values — what matters to you, not what‘s the matter with you.”– Ellen Goodman, Co-Founder & Director