Our older neighbors need our support this year. Social isolation and food insecurity are real challenges faced by many older adults in the Washington, D.C. region. Join us in ensuring that all older adults are able to age with dignity. Seabury provides trusted services that individuals and families turn to when they need help. Carol lived alone after her husband passed away and didn't know how she was going to maintain her home. Hear how Seabury volunteers made a difference.
On November 17th, Marcy Hunter, Executive Director of Seabury at Springvale Terrace, was awarded LeadingAge Maryland’s "Heroes in Action" award. The award recognizes individuals who face the challenges of the pandemic with grace, commitment, and innovation. Marcy’s dedication to the older adults who call Springvale Terrace home is inspiring. Nominated by her colleagues, Cara Dooley and Jeffrey Dean, Marcy is equally committed to her team that have worked tirelessly throughout
These past 18 months have put a spotlight on one of the many challenging issues faced by older adults—social isolation. The older population is growing quickly, families are becoming more dispersed and reliable support networks are scarce. As a result, the CDC reports that nearly a quarter of Americans aged 65 and over are considered to be socially isolated. Locally, it is estimated by the United Health Foundation that older adults in the District are at the highest risk of s
Job Opportunity with Seabury Care Management Do you want to: - Work independently and set your own schedule and hours? - Determine the size of your caseload and geographic area for work? - Be based out of your home office? - Combine and utilize your clinical and counseling skills with case management? - Work with clients and families on broad issues through the continuum of care? Join the Seabury Care Management team! Seabury Resources for Aging is seeking a Master of Social
Seabury has been in the community since 1924, but the land on which our communities and offices reside has a much longer history. It is important to acknowledge that Native Americans were the original stewards of this land and continue to live here today. The greater D.C. area is on Nacotchtank and Piscataway land. The name of the Anacostia River comes from the European name for the Nacotchtank. The Nacotchtank tribe lived just East of the Anacostia River until they were driv