Age Friendly Georgetown
A supportive and caring community makes it possible for older citizens and disabled individuals to stay in their homes as long as possible. That is essential for a community like Georgetown, as our population ages. Age-Friendly Georgetown's mission is to help our family members, neighbors, and friends live safe, healthy and socially active lives in their home town.
News & Updates
Our next prescription drug take-back day will be Saturday October 27th from 10:00 to 2:00 at the Central Fire Station. This is completely anonymous and you can deposit controlled and non-controlled prescription drugs, as well as over the counter ointments and drops, and veterinary medications. No needles or thermometers.
Watch for the bright yellow envelope in early November. It will contain a short survey on age-related issues. Click on the heading above to read the full post.
We are now actively recruiting riders and drivers. If you, or someone you know would like to participate or would like more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 387-0440. Click on the heading above to read the full post.
Make sure your house is properly identified so the Fire Department and Ambulances can quickly identify your house. Click on the heading above to read the full post.
Need Medical Equipment, short or long-term? Click on the heading above to read the full post.
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At a recent meeting at Georgetown School we brought elders and school children together to talk about aging safely in our homes.