Resource Newsletter Spring 2017

Find out about how to sign up for Seabury's new Enhanced Mobility Program, learn how Seabury's Age-In-Place has changed one local older adults life, and find out about the many exciting events we have scheduled for Spring in Seabury's 2017 Spring Resource.

Resource Newsletter Winter 2017

See the impact Seabury made in older adults lives in 2016, learn strategies on celebrating the holidays with a family member with dementia, and find out what to do if you are a victim of tax-related identity theft all in Seabury's 2017 Winter Resource.

Resource Newsletter Fall 2016

You can find information on how to protect yourself from financial exploitation, where to register to vote, upcoming events, and more in the Fall 2016 Resource newsletter. 

Resource Newsletter Summer 2016

You can find information on guarding against romance scams, safer online dating tools, transportation options for you, and free upcoming events all in the Summer 2016 Resource newsletter. 

Resource Newsletter Spring 2016

Meet the 10th annual Leadership in Aging honorees, learn new tools to protect yourself online, and find out how to start the difficult conversation with friends and family about advanced directives. 

Resource Newsletter Winter 2016

Learn about local Area Agencies on Aging, internships at Seabury, and how senior volunteers are making a difference in their communities. 

Resource Newsletter Holiday 2015

Meet Seabury's new CEO, Deborah Royster, learn more about the Joe Resch Legacy Fund, and find out how to manage the holiday blues in the Holiday 2015 Seabury Resource Newsletter. 

Resource Newsletter Summer 2015

Learn more about local transportation options, get planting with resident gardeners, and learn about Board changes in the Summer 2015 edition of the Resource Newsletter.

Resource Newsletter Spring 2015

In the Spring 2015 Resource Newsletter read stories about the impact of Seabury programs from the view of clients and caregivers as well as learn more about how Seabury's CEO Joe Resch has guided Seabury to where it is today.

The Fall 2014 Resource Newsletter showcases the power of intergenerational relationships through several of Seabury's programs. Stephanie Chong, Director of Care Management, writes about the positive effects of intergenerational relationships between her parents and their grandchildren.

The Summer 2014 Resource Newsletter highlights the Wards 5 and 6 Community Days, Friendship Terrace residents enjoying the Senior Prom and advice on how to stay healthy during the summer.

The late Spring 2014 Resource Newsletter showcases Seabury's expanded home delivered meals program, recognizes a centenarian Friendship Terrace resident and the importance of volunteers.

The early Spring Resource Newsletter welcomes Seabury Connector, which provides transportation to medical appointments, adult day services and delivery of meals to the homebound. Services are free to D.C. residents aged 60 and older.

The Fall 2013 Resource Newsletter announces a new grant for Seabury to operate Ward 6 Aging Services and the impact of hunger on older adults.

The 90th anniversay 2013 Resource Newsletter kicks off Seabury's 90 years of service. Read this issue to learn how Seabury grew from a single home with just a few residents into one of the leading organizations for aging in DC.

The Summer 2013 Resource Newsletter showcases the 2013 Leadership in Aging Awards Celebration and the opening of the first Islamic-based senior nutrition site in Washington DC.

The Spring 2013 Resource Newsletter showcases volunteer opportunities with Seabury and how older adults can protect themselves from scams.

The Summer 2012 Resource Newsletter recognizes events like the Senior Celebration that was attended by more than 430 people and the Ward 5 Community Day, which was attended by DC Mayor Gray.

The May 2012 Resource Newsletter gives advice on how to determine if one can remain in one's home, or if it is best to move to a senior living community.

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