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Tina Roberts

One thing we watch for as we are delivering meals or providing transportation are changes in behavior and possible symptoms of depression in our clients. This article from the [LA Times][1] has some good information about those symptoms and how to watch for them. [1]: http://www.latimes.com/features/home/la-hm-relative-20100417,0,2565068.story

Senior Meals

The Senior Meals Department serves an average of 260 noontime meals a day, Monday through Friday, at Dining Centers and to homebound customers in the communities of Baldwin City, Eudora, Lecompton and three sites in Lawrence. To qualify for the meals at the dining centers, an individual must be 60 ...

Senior Wheels

Senior Wheels serves the transportation needs of customers in Douglas County who are 60 years and older. We provide rides within the city limits of Lawrence and Baldwin City. In Eudora and Lecompton, rides are provided on a limited basis. Reservations must be made before noon. Rides must be scheduled ...

Community Services

- Information & Assistance - Outreach - SHICK: Senior Health Insurance Counseling for Kansans Answering questions on: Medicare & Supplemental Insurance *Volunteers needed on a seasonal basis.* - Senior Housing Information - Seasonal Income Tax Assistance - Legal Assistance 1st Wednesday afternoon of each month. Call to 842-0543 schedule an ...

Path Personal Action To

Jessie Kwatamdia

PATH (Personal Action To Health) Tuesdays & Thursdays, Mar. 23 – Apr. 29, 9 – 11 a.m. Fee: $25, Instructor: Staff. Location: East Lawrence Center. This unique program is designed to help people ages 50 and over develop a healthier lifestyle and retain functions necessary to maintain independence. Learn about ...

I Noticed This Photo In L

Jessie Kwatamdia

I noticed this photo in LJWorld.com this morning. It's about budget cuts forcing fewer seniors to get the meals they need. http://www2.ljworld.com/photos/2010/feb/24/187320/

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