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Seabury Announces Ike Leggett as Award Recipient

Seabury Resources for Aging is pleased to announce Ike Leggett as the recipient of the 2017 Leadership In Aging Award. The award is reserved for individuals who have made a significant contribution to improving the lives of older adults and family caregivers. In 2014, Mr. Leggett was elected for a third four-year term as County Executive for Montgomery County. He is the first African-American elected to the office. Mr. Leggett served as the President of the Maryland Association of Counties in 2015. He was also President of the County Executives of America in 2013-14. Prior to his election as County Executive, Mr. Leggett served on the Montgomery County Council for four terms as an At-Large M

#TeamSeabury Profiles – Martha Gaston

Bike to Work Day (BTWD), May 19, is an annual celebration of cycling during National Bike Month. BTWD encourages cycling as a fun, healthy, and environmentally friendly alternative to driving. On May 19, commuters are encouraged to bike to work, and stop at one of the many pit stops located in DC, Maryland, and Virginia to meet other cyclists and enjoy refreshments, giveaways, and more! Martha Gaston casually pulled a folded bicycle from her car trunk, then proceeded to unfold it and ride around the parking lot, showing off her stylish and convenient ride. A Seabury care manager, she cycles for leisure and exercise. Martha recently joined Team Seabury, our virtual Bike to Work Day team, to s

Spring Cleaning: 3 Resources for the Best Clean Ever

Spring is often a season for cleaning and organizing. As Seabury’s Age-In-Place® volunteers provide free yard work and house cleaning services to local older adults this season, we want to pass on some of our favorite spring cleaning resources and tips. Household Management 101 offers great advice on staying safe while tidying up: make sure there is adequate ventilation, carefully read cleaning supply instructions, watch out for potential fall hazards (including water and ladders). Likewise, Martha Stewart compiled an extensive cleaning checklist to guide your work (don’t forget to check your smoke detector batteries and review important documents and files). Our friend Janet Hulstrand, blog

Social Worker Profiles: Leslie Mason

In honor of Social Workers Awareness month in March, we are publishing a series on the tremendous work being done by the social workers and care managers at Seabury. “As our country changes and shifts with new political leadership, social workers and others in helping professions are needed more than ever to help protect and advocate for our most vulnerable citizens,” says Leslie Mason who has been a care manager in Seabury’s Care Managementprogram for the last 13 years. [ Picture Name/description/Date] Leslie didn’t set out to become a social worker. Instead, she started her post-college career as a teacher. It was at school where she was introduced to social work and realized how much a st

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