Seabury Site Reopening Status

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Seabury Responds to COVID-19

Seabury Resources for Aging is working diligently to protect the health of those we serve, as well as that of our staff and volunteers. Below is the status of our communities and programs.

 

Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook and check back here to stay up to date. Questions may be emailed to info@seaburyresources.org.

Age-In-Place®

  • Age-In-Place® is providing outdoor-only yard work projects. Individuals and families or existing pods can volunteer.

Care Management

  • Seabury Care Management is offering one-time consultations and a virtual education and support program for caregivers. Call 202-364-0020 for more information.

  • Care Managers are also meeting with clients in-person as needed.

Model Cities Senior Wellness Center

  • ​Seabury is offering over 65 monthly virtual activities.

  • Model Cities, along with other wellness centers throughout the District are reopening. Call your local wellness center to find out the status.

Out & About

  • We are hosting regular virtual activities for LGBTQ older adults. Sign up here and select "Out & About" to receive more information about these activities.

Seabury Connector

  • Seabury Connector has delivered over 400,000 meals throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be some changes to the program beginning in July, outlined here.

 

Senior Living Communities

  • All residents have been offered the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • The dining rooms have reopened.

  • Our communities are once again accepting visitors.

Wards 5 & 6 Aging Services

  • ​Seabury is offering over 65 monthly virtual activities.

  • Community dining sites will be reopening in July 2021.

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Resources

  • coronavirus.dc.gov/lifeathome has in-home workouts and other ideas for making the best of working and living at home.

  • aroundtowndc.org is Iona/DC Department of Aging and Community Living’s webpage for events for those aged 60+

  • Several stores have special shopping hours for older adults and others at higher risk for the virus. Check out your local Giant, Safeway, Target, Fresh Market, Walmart, Dollar General and Whole Foods for hours and days. However, if you don’t need to go out please don’t, and when you are out stay 6 feet away from your fellow shoppers. Check store websites for up to the minute information.

  • Bluebird Sky Yoga in Brookland is offering a free/ donate what you can lunch time powerflow class at 12:30 via Facebook Live from their Facebook Page - check here for tomorrow’s free class 

  • The Table Church has volunteers willing to pick up prescriptions and groceries, walk pets, run errands, and make calls to those who are isolated. Call Alli McGill at (202) 322-9904 if you would like some help or know someone who does.

  • The Mayor of DC has launched a hotline and website for residents who are self-quarantined, eligible, and in need. If you or a loved one can't get out to get necessary items, please reach out via telephone 1-888-349-8323 or online gethelp.dc.gov.

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