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Seabury Launches Care Management Life Enrichment

Regine Clermont (pictured below) is not new to Seabury. She served for several years as the director of Seabury’s Home First Residences which provides shared and supportive housing for formerly homeless older adults. Regine recently returned to Seabury as part of the Seabury Care Management Life Enrichment Team. That team works with clients to reconnect them with the interests and hobbies that they have enjoyed including theater, events, and more. Regine has taken clients to doctor's appointments, grocery and clothes shopping, once to a horse show, to the Smithsonian, to lunch and coffee, and also coordinates activities at their home. “It is a wonderful opportunity to share their life sto

Making the Match With Your Seabury Care Manager

Navigating Medicare, homecare, hospital, rehab and medical insurance can be overwhelming. Making sure that all of the details are properly handled is something that a Seabury care manager can help with. When clients come to Seabury seeking a care manager ensuring the best possible match between the client and the care manager is led by Assistant Director, Christine L. Bitzer, LICSW, LCSW. There are a number of factors Christine takes into consideration when matching older adults with a care manager. Among those factors are the client’s needs, the care manager’s experience, as well as availability, and personality matches between the client and the care manager. Ultimately, Christine says,

Age-In-Place® Volunteer Spotlight: Joyce Riggs

In December 2016, Joyce Riggs, pictured below, had her first volunteer day with Seabury Age-In-Place®. She hasn't looked back since. "It's been a rewarding experience. The clients are very grateful," Joyce reflected. "I'm honored to do this work and have the opportunity to serve." Joyce was a champion of Seabury Age-In-Place®'s Stuff the Shed donation drive. She enlisted her local Brookland church, St. Paul Temple, to be a donation drop-off location and told all of her family and friends about the great work Age-In-Place® does. Thanks to Joyce's dedication, we received two lawn mowers, a weed wacker, cleaning supplies, and monetary donations. Joyce was drawn to Seabury Age-In-Place®'s wor

Ms. L Finds Social Connection with Seabury

Ms. L lost her vision years ago in a terrible accident. Now an older adult with vision impairment, she attends Seabury’s Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired four days a week. The Center supports older adults from across Washington, DC as they age with vision impairment. Services at the Center are free to all DC residents and include independent living skills training, music therapy, nutritional meals, Braille instruction, and other communication skills. At the Center, Ms. L enjoys listening to audiobooks, allowing her to continue one of her favorite hobbies. Ms. L is also learning to use a computer at the Center through a Braille keyboard and voice assistance. Regular volunteers also co

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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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