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“Mayor” Gaskins of Springvale Terrace wins Esteemed Volunteerism Award

Andy Gaskins, a Seabury at Springvale Terrace resident who is commonly referred to by many staff and community members as “The Mayor,” has been entered into the Maryland Senior Citizen Hall of Fame for his “exemplary contributions to society.” Why call Andy the Mayor, you might ask? In his 16 years as a resident, Andy, a retired psychologist and veteran, has made a point to engage many of his neighbors and their families in activities that he has developed, worked on, or volunteered for to foster a more inclusive and supportive community. Among his roles at Springvale, Andy leads the Saturday morning social hour, is the disk jockey for parties, started the Wii bowling leagues, and captures

We’ve Come a Long Way: Celebrating 20 Years of Service

This year, Age-In-Place® celebrates 20 years of service to older adults in Washington, DC. As part of our 20th anniversary, we are sharing past stories and photos. This three-part blog series is our way of saying thank you to all of the volunteers and staffthat have worked alongside Age-In-Place®, as well as the older adults who have welcomed us into their homes. Below, we continue our series with the experiences of Age-In-Place® staff and former board members. Left to right: Regine Clermont, Home First & Age-In-Place® Director, Roxanne Ando, Former Home First & Age-In-Place® Director, and Sarah Dolejs, Age-In-Place/Outreach Manager. Seabury’s Age-In-Place® program has come a long way since

Age-In-Place®: Celebrating 20 Years of Service

This year, Age-In-Place® celebrates 20 years of service to older adults in Washington, DC. As part of our 20th anniversary, we are sharing past stories and photos. This three-part blog series is our way of saying thank you to all of the volunteers and staff that have worked alongside Age-In-Place®, as well as the older adults who have welcomed us into their homes. Below, we begin with Age-In-Place® clients. An Age-In-Place® client smiles with volunteers from American University in 2007. Age-In-Place® coordinates volunteers to provide yard work and house cleaning services to older adults living in DC’s Wards 4, 5, and 6. These services allow seniors to age more safely in their homes. As we ce

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