Be Safe and Happy at Home
Welcome to the 60 or better page! Here you will find a number of helpful resources, in the Williamsburg area, as well as articles to keep you informed and supported in our life's journey.
If you would like information about the types of help which are available in the Williamsburg Community,
call St. Martin’s.
Senior Pastoral Care 229-1111 ext 115 or
St. Martin's Resource List arranged by need.
Tips and Information for You and/or Your Caregiver
Keeping Track of Medications revised 3/27/18
Talking with your doctor revised 8/28/17
Holiday Stress and Aging Parents posted 12/16/15
Mild Cognitive Impairment posted 8/6/15
Food Safety posted 4/22/15
When Mom Moves In posted 2/24/15
5 Myths About Aging posted 9/17/14
6 Normal Memory Lapses posted 7/18/14
Nutrition Guidelines as We Age posted 7/2/14
Fall Risks and Prevention posted 6/25/14
How Can I Tell If Mom's Being Treated Well posted 4/17/14
Hospice Care posted 4/3/2014
Advance Care Planning posted 3/25/2014
Why Do I Feel So Frustrated and Guilty posted 3/19/14
What if Mom's Too Sick to Stay at Home posted 3/12/14
How Can I Lighten the Load for My Parent? posted 3/05/14
Keeping Up with Your Parent's Medical Care posted 2/28/14
Home Safety Suggestions posted 2/20/14
What Information Should a Caregiver Keep? posted 2/14/14
Long Distance Caregiving posted 2/10/14
National Sleep Foundation
Offers information and tips for better sleep
National Council on Aging ... often referred to as ncoa: dedicated to improving the health and economic security of seniors Share our SNAP locator Know a senior who is struggling to pay for food? We’ve made it easy for them to learn more about SNAP, find their state application—and in some cases, apply online. Share this simple link: BenefitsCheckUp.org/getSNAP
Peninsula Agency on Aging
Transitions Support Group
This group is for individuals who are facing grief or loss issues. It can be the death of a spouse or family member, Alzheimer's caregiver issues, etc. The group is confidential and meant to support each other through difficult times. We will meet in the Choir Room at St. Martin's on the fourth Wednesday of each month, from 1:30-3:00 PM.
Contact Martha Caruso, 229-1111 for more information.