Manchester, Connecticut

Health Programs and Social Work Services

Do you or a loved one have problems with low vision?
Learn what you can do to help yourself or your loved one with low vision by attending our monthly Low Vision support group.   Conact our social worker, Kitty Dudley at 860-647-3211.

Are you a caregiver for an elderly person?  Would you like to share advice and experiences with other caregivers?
Come join us for our monthly Caregiver Support Group.  This program is for caregivers of all ages who live in Manchester or care fo elderly family members who live in Manchester.  You may feel comfort and support learning how other people solve similar problems.  Caregivers are welcome to join any time, and may attend sessions when convenient.  Call 860-647-3211.

Social Worker and Nurse
The Senior Center Social Worker, Kitty Dudley, and Senior Center Nurse, Cathy Drouin are available by appointment to help with many of your health and personal needs. 

If you have questions about health insurance, home care, ConnPACE, or anything of a personal nature, please call 860-647-3211 for a consultation by appointment only with Kitty Dudley (call to verify dates available for appointments).

If you have questions about blood pressure, fall risk assessment or have questions about your health in general, a health consultation with Cathy Drouin, Senior Center Nurse is available by appointment on Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at 860-647-3173.

HEALTH & SOCIAL WORK SERVICES - see pages 16 & 17 - SEPTEMBER Newsletter for upcoming Health Programs this Fall and the return of the Senior Center BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC 9am-12.

Kitty Dudley, Social Worker at the Senior Center is also now available for on-site appointments
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To access the Town of Manchester's Human Services RESOURCE DIRECTORY, click here http://afs1.townofmanchester.org/index.cfm/the-human-servcies-directory/


Please remember that the Covid-19 epidemic has been frustrating in many ways for ALL OF US. We look forward to seeing everyone. The nurse and senior center staff will be wearing their masks and you will be wearing yours - But PLEASE consider your safety and the health and safety of those around you! This will keep us both safer from COVID and the FLU.