COVID-19 Older Adult Resources
COVID-19 for Older Adults
If you are looking for specific information related to how COVID-19 impacts older adults and the specific precautions to be taken please visit CDC's website at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/older-adults.html
How to Stay Connected with the Senior Center
Don't Worry, Be Happy Activity Bag
We are excited to announce a second round of Don't Worry, Be Happy Activity Bags! This free bag is packed with several things to engage your mind and body. If you are interested in having this bag delivered to your home or to drive by and pick one up just call us at 920-967-3530 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
Recipe Collection for Cookbook
We are all spending a bit more time in the kitchen than ususal. Which makes it a great time for a little project. We would love to put together a cookbook so we are putting the call out for recipes. They could be treasured, go-to, or favorites. If you'd like to share you could drop it off in the black box to the left of the main enterance, mail it to 116 Main St Menasha, WI 54952, or email it at email@example.com. Happy eating!
firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 967-3530 to
Exercise classes can be accessed with a Silver Sneaker's card here: https://www.silversneakers.com/learn/ondemand/
How to Connect with the Community
United Way Give Help, Get Help
The United Way, in conjunction with helping agencies across the Fox Valley, have come together to provide a central resource list. Visit the link below to find out how you can Give Help and Get Help!
Phone Pal Program
Volunteer Fox Cities has a great Volunteer Fox Cities is bringing the idea of a Pen Pal program to the phone lines. If you are feeling a bit lonely call 920-832-9360 ext 203, PhonePal@volunteerfoxcities.org, or visit www.volunteerfoxcities.org/phonepals-call. The Phone Pals program provides friendly phone calls to individuals based on the requested frequency and preferred schedule.
Cloth Face Coverings
We are so grateful for the skill and compassion that walks through our doors. Thank you for doing your part to stay home and protect our community. We hope that for those times when leaving the house is inevitable we hope you are taking precaution by using a cloth face covering. If you feel so inclined we hope you'll consider making a couple extra for others working hard to do their jobs.
Once you have completed coverings drop them by the Menasha Police Department (or give a call if you need help getting them to the police department) and they will sanitize them with their UV light and get them into the hands of those who need them most.
Patterns (no sew as well!) for cloth face coverings are here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/DIY-cloth-face-covering-instructions.pdf
We'd love to see what you're making!
Stay well! We'll see you soon.