Having a healthy, safe, and comfortable place to call home is important for all of us. Seabury’s Age-In-Place® program supports older adults in Washington, D.C.’s Wards 4, 5, and 6 through transformative volunteer service projects that help people stay in their own homes. You can support this effort by contributing to our annual Stuff the Shed fundraiser and donation drive. Donate items you may already have in your garage or purchase items off our the Age-In-Place® wishlist.
Dear Colleagues, Let's take this moment to live in the reality of witnessing an unprecedented guilty verdict for all of the charges against former police officer Derek Chauvin for last year's murder of George Floyd. We haven't experienced this extraordinary justice previously because juries normally don't convict law enforcement for not treating all people the same. Unfortunately, this outcome would not have occurred if a videotape hadn't captured this horrific event, but it
Seabury Care Management is expanding its service area with a new focus on Howard and Anne Arundel Counties in Maryland. "We are excited to increase our presence in Maryland", commented Monica Micklos, Seabury Care Management Program Director. "The delivery of Covid-19 vaccinations and the loosening of pandemic restrictions will create increased demand for older adult services. Seabury is anticipating the need and investing our resources accordingly." Seabury Care Managers se
As stay-at-home orders began in some US states as a mitigation strategy for COVID-19 transmission, The Nielsen Company reported a 54% increase in national sales of alcohol for the week ending March 21, 2020, compared with 1 year before; online sales increased 262% from 2019. Three weeks later, the World Health Organization warned that alcohol use during the pandemic may potentially exacerbate health concerns and risk-taking behaviors. Older bodies may respond differently to a
Physical and mental health can affect one's ability to age with independence and dignity. Aging can sometimes bring new challenges when it comes to health. Here are some tips to promote healthy aging for all. Join engaging activities. Social engagement is associated with improved health outcomes. Seabury offers over 65 monthly virtual activities! Connect with Friends. Maintaining a larger social network can increase brain function. Call up a friend or set up a video chat with