Surrey's Information and Referral Service: A Valuable, Free Resource for Seniors
Surrey’s tag line used to be Your Resource for Living. Surrey still is your resource for living, and so much more. Surrey is your resource for living a healthier, happier and safer life.
This newsletter points to a number of ways you can access Surrey’s resources. There is an article
regarding the importance of getting flu shots and how you can get them at various Surrey locations; and there is an article about food to help your brain health. There are also four calendars giving you a myriad of options to socialize, exercise, or educate and have fun with others at Surrey locations.
The resources you may need could include transportation options or assistance one-on-one in your home. You may need assistance through Geriatric Care Management understanding all the options and resources available to you.
I encourage you to visit the Surrey website, SurreyServices.org, and see all that Surrey has to offer. You don’t use the web? No problem. Go to any Surrey location and ask a staff member to show you the Surrey website and the resources available free to you through the site.
At each Surrey location there is also a service called Information & Referral. This is a critical and free service to assist you in finding answers to questions you may have around Surrey’s services, government services, community resources or other privately available options to your particular situation. If you want to telephone a Surrey staff person instead of coming to a center, contact Kit Tokash (484-321-6102) if you live in Chester County, or Mary LePera (484-451-8899) if you live in Delaware County.
Surrey is here to help you and be Your Resource for Living the life you want to lead.
Barbara J. Fentress, President & CEO