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Wednesday, 10 November 2010 20:22

Additional resources offered to seniors

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Haywoood Community Connections, an advocacy organization for senior citizens in Haywood County, has updated its website. Visit  and check out the following:

• Resource directory for seniors, caregivers, and persons with disablities. The directory can be accessed in two different formats. Clicking on “Senior Resource Directory” in the upper left hand corner will take the user to a directory that can be searched by categories. This information has been updated. In the center section of the page, under “Finding the Help you Need” is an underlined section that reads “” Clicking on this will take you to the entire pdf version of the Directory that can be printed, placed in a notebook and used as a desk reference.

• A video depicting a Candlelight Reflection is available by clicking on the “News” section.  Candlelight Reflections are held during the month of November in recognition of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.  To find out how to host a Candlelight Reflection, contact Area Agency on Aging at 828.586.1962, ext. 218.   

Information regarding the Senior Friendly Business Program is also available by browsing through the “News” section.  This project was a collaboration between Haywood Community Connections and Western Carolina Univerity’s School of Design.

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