Helping Seniors Since 1974

Our goal is to provide programs and services to assist older adults in maintaining quality of life and independence at home.

Western Chatham Senior Center

112 Village Lake Road, Siler City, NC 27344
(919) 742-3975

Eastern Chatham Senior Center

365 NC-87, Pittsboro, NC 27312
(919) 542-4512


Part-Time Kitchen Position

The Western Chatham Senior Center in Siler City seeks an energetic person to join its kitchen staff to help set-up, load food van, dish wash, and clean. This is a part-time, 20 hour per week afternoon position from 12:30-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday. Persons must have good work history, able to do required physical duties, lift upwards of 50 lbs and work well with others.  $9-$10/hour depending on experience. Application available at the Western Chatham Senior Center at 112 Village Lake Road, Siler City, and accessed below. Closing date is Friday, March 2, 2018.  E.O.E.

Program Operations Manager

Hiring full-time Program Operations Manager at the Western Chatham Senior Center in Siler City. Responsible for overseeing home and community services and senior center. Assists older adults with information and options counseling. Must be person- and team-oriented, proficient in Word and Excel, strong verbal and written communicator, attentive to details, and experienced in supervision and work with elderly. Minimum of a four-year degree in human services field. Complete application at Pittsboro Center (365 Highway 87 N), Siler City Center (112 Village Lake Road) or fill in application below and return to . Salary range of $39,000-$46,000, based on experience.  Due by Monday, March 26. EOE. 

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Keynote speaker...Dr. Nortin M. Hadler:
Session Description: "The greatest advance in clinical medicine in my time in the practice, over 50 years, is that today patients and their doctors can assess effectiveness as collaborators. No longer does an imperious pronouncement by a physician suffice. Rather, the patient should occupy the driver’s seat with the physician as navigator. For each option in intervention, the patient asks, “Based on the available science, what is the best I can expect?”

Speaker Biography: Dr. Hadler is a graduate of Yale College and The Harvard Medical School. He trained at the Massachusetts General Hospital, the National Institutes of Health, and the Clinical Research Centre in London. He was certified a Diplomate of the American Boards of Internal Medicine, Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology and Geriatrics. He joined the faculty of the University of North Carolina in 1973, was promoted to Professor of Medicine and Microbiology/Immunology in 1985 and transitioned to Emeritus status in 2015. In recognition of his clinical activities, he was elevated to Mastership in both the American College of Physicians and the American College of Rheumatology. In the past 2 decades, he turned his critical razor to much that is considered contemporary medicine at its finest. His assaults on medicalization and overtreatment appear in many commentaries and in 7 monographs: The Last Well Person. (MQUP 2004) and UNC Press’ Worried Sick. (2008), Stabbed in the Back. (2009), Rethinking Aging (2011), Citizen Patient (2013), By the Bedside of the Patient (2016) and Monetizing Altruism (2018).

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April 18, 2018 Senior Education Retreat

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