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Home for the Holidays? 6 Changes to Look For

Are you going home for the holidays? When visiting an older relative, you may be concerned about some changes you notice. Here are some things to keep an eye out for and some ways that Seabury’s care managers could be of assistance: 1. Finances not in order: Look around for unpaid bills or piles of mail. While you are visiting, there may also be a call from a collections agency. Keep in mind, too, that older adults are often the targets for scammers both by phone and through the mail. Keep an eye on the type of mail coming in the door and make sure you’re aware of the latest scams. Seabury Care Management can recommend and also arrange for a bill payer to work with your family member to k

Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? An Artist’s Look at Caregiving

Seabury staffers Elizabeth Boyd and Billy Kluttz recently attended an evening with New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast, who discussed her 2014 bestseller Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? at Charles E. Smith Life Communities. A graphic memoir of caregiving for her eccentric aging parents, Chast’s account is by turns poignant and hilarious – as was her presentation featuring cartoons from the book. -- EB: I’m here to report that Roz Chast is just as neurotic and hysterically funny as her cartoons. BK: Indeed. She’s equally frank. I felt the audience’s discomfort, and my own, as she dived head-first into the not-so-pleasant conversations that we all need to have. Living, dying, health,

A Volunteer Legacy: 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 finish our series with a dedication to Seabury’s Age-In-Place®program’s committed volunteers. So far this year, 2,697 volunteers have completed 8,092 hours of service with Seabury’s Age-In-Place®. Through the hard work of these volunteers, Age-In-Place® stays true to its goal of assisting older adults as they age in their

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Seabury Resources for Aging is a private nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization. Seabury’s Identification Number (EIN) is 53-0204693.

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