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COA Survey for Chatham Residents age 50+

  • August 11, 2020

Dear Council on Aging Friends,  

The Chatham Council on Aging is conducting a survey to inform our programming and outreach during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.  We currently provide programming available online and over the phone.  We want to hear your thoughts about our programming, what else you would like to see, what technology you have to access the programming, and how else you would like to stay connected.    

This survey is open to those age 50+ in Chatham.  Most of our programming serves people age 60+, but some programming serves those over 50 and we want this survey to be as inclusive as possible.    

Please share this survey link broadly!  Even if you have not yet participated in Council on Aging/Senior Center programming, please complete the survey so we know what seniors in Chatham want.   

You can take the survey online herehttps://bit.ly/ChathamCoA    It should take 10-15 minutes.  

If you have questions or need assistance with this survey, please contact: Liz Lahti at (919) 542-4512 x 228 or liz.lahti@chathamcoa.org 

Please take the survey by August 20th.  If you complete the survey and share your contact information, we will have a drawing and you might be the lucky one to receive 1 of 2 gift cards provided by a donor (each worth $25.)  

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It has never been easier to prepare a Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will.

  • July 28, 2020

It has never been easier to prepare a Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will. Through Friday, July 31st, documents may be prepared with a Notary Public without witnesses. Emergency laws make that possible, but time is short. 

Under ordinary circumstances, we recommend that adults--especially those at greater risk--share values and preferences, what they want and don't and whom they designate to speak for them if they cannot. Present circumstances are far from ordinary.

Seeking Your Help for a Study about Discharge from the Emergency Room

  • May 6, 2020

A nursing research student, Karen Valcheff, from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro is interested in your discharge experience from the emergency room.

You can be in this study if you are:
 65 years of age or older
 Have been discharged from the emergency room within the past one to four weeks to home, a skilled nursing facility or an assisted living placement.

Being in the study involves a 30-45-minute telephone interview. Mrs. Valcheff would like to talk to you about your experience with your discharge plan. Participation is voluntary and strictly confidential.

To learn more about the study, please call her at (814) 619 6085 or email her at klvalche@uncg.edu. If you choose to participate you will receive a $25 gift card.

Census info session at the Western Chatham Senior Center

  • January 27, 2020
Image offering info about how completing the Census helps bring Federal tax dollars to Chatham.

Come learn more about the upcoming Census and why it’s important for our community.

February 3, 2020 @ 10 AM at the Western Chatham Senior Center in Siler City

Sabia usted? Participando en el Censo devuelve dolares de impuestos a Chatham!

el 3 de febrero del 2020 a las 10 AM – Western Chatham Senior Center – Siler City

Heat Assistance

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