At some point in our lives, we all need a little extra support. As we age, it becomes increasingly important to have access to services that promote independence, dignity, and engagement. Surrey Services for Seniors, a nonprofit organization founded in 1981, is committed to providing these essential resources for older adults in our community. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of Surrey’s programs, meals, and services, as well as the answers to some frequently asked questions.
What is Surrey Services for Seniors?
Surrey is a nonprofit organization that offers a wide range of services to older adults in our community. These services include programs, transportation, home care, meals, and opportunities for socialization. Additionally, Surrey welcomes volunteers from various backgrounds, such as companies, schools, and community-based organizations, to contribute their time and talents.
The Benefits for Seniors
Surrey’s programs and services are designed to help seniors maintain their independence and well-being while living in their own homes, senior living facilities, or apartments. Some of the many benefits include:
- Low-cost, chef-prepared meals
- A Fitness Center tailored for older adults
- Exercise classes
- Personal Finance Management services
- Personal care assistance
- Transportation services
- Health and wellness partnerships, such as the dental clinic at Devon provided by CVIM (Community Volunteers in Medicine)
When to Join Surrey: Adults can become Surrey members at the age of 55. Volunteers of any age are welcome, with the caveat that students under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or teacher.
Membership Costs: Surrey membership costs only $50 per year, which is less than $5 per month.
Surrey Locations: Surrey has four convenient locations to serve our community: Devon, Broomall, Havertown, and Media.
The Surrey Academy: In addition to the services provided to seniors, Surrey also offers the Surrey Academy. This innovative program provides free education and support for family caregivers and those aspiring to become professional caregivers. The academy aims to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide the best possible care for their loved ones or clients.
Surrey Services for Seniors is a valuable resource for older adults and their families, offering a wide range of programs and services designed to promote independence, dignity, and engagement. With affordable membership fees and multiple locations, Surrey makes it easy for seniors to access the support they need to thrive in their communities. To learn more about Surrey and its services, visit their website at https://surreyservices.org/ or contact their team directly.