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Commission on Aging

lori-contadino.jpgDirector: Lori Contadino
Telephone: (203) 862-6710
Fax: (203) 862-6701
Location: Senior Center, 299 Greenwich Avenue
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Administrative Clerical Assistant: Chicky Krois

NEWS:
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Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, Sandy Hook Teacher
Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, Sandy Hook Teacher
The Greenwich Commission on Aging, Friends of the Greenwich Senior Center, Greenwich Library, and Senior Provider Network proudly present award-winning educator and author, Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis discussing her inspirational book, Choosing Hope: The Power of Choice. Monday, May 9. Registration is recommended by Wednesday, May 11. Read more.
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The Challenges and Opportunities of an Aging Society
The Challenges and Opportunities of an Aging Society
In celebration of Older Americans Month, you are cordially invited to the inaugural signature lecture series on aging with featured speaker, Dr. John Rowe, eminent gerontologist, professor and author. Read more.
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Senior Signature Diabetes Series
Senior Signature Diabetes Series
The Greenwich Senior Center Presents the Senior Signature Diabetes Series FREE to Greenwich individuals aged 55 and “better”. Please contact Senior Center Program Coordinator Suzanne Testani at 203-862-6721 if you're interested. More Details.
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Senior Center Studies Online
The Commission on Aging is undertaking an assessment of the current state of Greenwich seniors including the Senior Center, activities, programs, building condition and analysis ... Read more
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Senior Services Directory
Find useful information in the Senior Services Directory. Just click on the link in the right column of this page.
GENERAL INFORMATION:
The Commission on Aging has been an official department of Town government since 1975. It is the Town agency responsible for the needs of Greenwich's older residents.

The Commission is:

  • A community resource on issues affecting the elderly
  • Identifies and documents the needs of the elderly
  • Plans and coordinates services to meet those needs
  • Provides education, information and referral about elder issues
  • Advocates for elder issues at local, state and national levels
  • Provides materials on aging issues and eldercare

The volunteer members of the Commission on Aging serve three-year terms. Commission members are nominated by the Board of Selectmen and appointed by the Representative Town Meeting.

Department Information
· General Information
· Senior Services Directory
· Legal Resources for Residents
· Area Transportation Guide
· Share the Fare Policy 
· Frequently Asked Questions
Senior Center
· Dates/Hours of Operations
· Newsletters & Menus
Commission Information
· Commission Membership
· Meetings
· Commission Activities
Consumer Information
· AARP Legal Q&A
· Law and the Elderly
· Elder Law Attorneys
· AARP Legal Services Network
National Advocacy and Resource Organizations
· American Bar Association - Legal Problems
· Partnerships in Law and Aging
· American Bar Association - Senior Lawyers
*NOTE: Some organizations may charge a fee for services or materials. The listing of a service or agency does not constitute an endorsement by the Commission on Aging.
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
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