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Chevy Chase At Home Helps Seniors Age in Place

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Chevy Chase At Home Helps Seniors Age in Place

Learn more below or get the “full scoop” at www.chevychaseathome.org or by calling 301-657-3115.
 
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Membership is for households with one or more seniors (60+) who may need assistance that our volunteers provide.  Thanks to recent funding from the Town of Chevy Chase, CC@H offers free or reduced fees for Town residents who qualify for the Naomi Kaminsky Membership Support Fund. Members may receive rides to medical appointments, classes, shopping, or events; light household assistance, such as changing batteries and light bulbs; technical assistance; and visits, including respite visits, pet visits, and a “Storm Buddy” during times of inclement weather.
 
Be Our Guest (Open to all Town Residents):
Getting ready for Trash and Treasures?  If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your “stuff,” you’ll want to attend a free CC@H presentation by
Donna Eichelberger, owner of Graceful Transitions, on September 11, 2 p.m., at the Chevy Chase Village Hall.  She’ll have great tips on organizing and de-cluttering.  Curious about the birds you will see this season along the waterways?  Join us for Coastal Birds Nearby, September 5, 1 p.m. at the CCV Hall.  Need to move?  Our exercise classes resume this month.  Gentle Pilates is adding a new Monday class to its Wednesday and Thursday line-up at the Chevy Chase United Methodist Church.  Zumba Gold and Dance and Song for Seniors both meet on Wednesdays at the CCV Hall.  To register go online to our event calendar or call the office for specific dates, times and prices.  And drop by Brunch Bunch, at the Olympia Cafe on Brookville Road, September 13, 10 to 11:30 a.m., for coffee and conversation.  
 
Volunteers are the heartbeat of CC@H and now is the perfect time to train.  On September 27, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, we’ll hold 
New Volunteer Training at the TOCC Town Hall.  Registration is required by September 24, so visit www.chevychaseathome.org or call 301-657-3115 to apply.  


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Chevy Chase At Home Helps Seniors Age in Place


Learn more below or get the “full scoop” at www.chevychaseathome.org or by calling 301-657-3115.

Join:
Membership is for households with one or more seniors (60+) who may need assistance that our volunteers provide. Thanks to recent funding from the Town of Chevy Chase, CC@H offers free or reduced fees for Town residents who qualify for the Naomi Kaminsky Membership Support Fund. Members may receive rides to medical appointments, classes, shopping, or events; light household assistance, such as changing batteries and light bulbs; technical assistance; and visits, including respite visits, pet visits, and a “Storm Buddy” during times of inclement weather.

Be Our Guest (Open to all Town Residents):
Getting ready for Trash and Treasures? If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your “stuff,” you’ll want to attend a free CC@H presentation by Donna Eichelberger, owner of Graceful Transitions, on September 11, 2 p.m., at the Chevy Chase Village Hall. She’ll have great tips on organizing and de-cluttering. Curious about the birds you will see this season along the waterways? Join us for Coastal Birds Nearby, September 5, 1 p.m. at the CCV Hall. Need to move? Our exercise classes resume this month. Gentle Pilates is adding a new Monday class to its Wednesday and Thursday line-up at the Chevy Chase United Methodist Church. Zumba Gold and Dance and Song for Seniors both meet on Wednesdays at the CCV Hall. To register go online to our event calendar or call the office for specific dates, times and prices. And drop by Brunch Bunch, at the Olympia Cafe on Brookville Road, September 13, 10 to 11:30 a.m., for coffee and conversation.

Volunteers are the heartbeat of CC@H and now is the perfect time to train. On September 27, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, we’ll hold New Volunteer Training at the TOCC Town Hall. Registration is required by September 24, so visit www.chevychaseathome.org or call 301-657-3115 to apply.

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Chevy Chase At Home Helps Seniors Age in Place. To learn more visit www.chevychaseathome.org or call 301-657-3115.