Chesterfield County and SeniorNavigator... a partnership for healthy aging. Senior Navigator is addressing the needs of seniors and those that care for them.
Find local resources and information on health and aging - everything from assisted living to exercise classes, adult day care to Alzheimer's support groups, and flu shots to family education.
There are hundreds of support services available for seniors and caregivers, and we know they may be difficult to find if you don't know where to look.
- Aging Well, Healthy Choices: This is a place to help you make healthy lifestyle choices at any stage of your life.
- DisAbility Navigator: This site is designed for adults with cognitive, physical or sensory disabilities.
- Take Back Your Life: This is a solution center focused on providing resources to help empower individuals concerned with domestic violence in later life.
- Visit the Virginia Family Caregiver website.
The SeniorNavigator site is designed to guide you through the process.
Seven Common Flu Myths Debunked
Every day the news is buzzing with more and more flu virus stories. The flu is a serious virus that affects many Virginians each year. There are many myths that circulate about the flu that could end up being harmful to your health. Learn about the seven most common flu myths and how to avoid spreading the virus. Here's to staying flu-free this season!
Five Tips for Staying Active During the Winter
The winter months can be hard to navigate for older active adults. The cold weather and not-so-safe conditions outside all contribute to higher levels of depression during the winter months. It is important to encourage and engage in activities during the winter months that promote overall well-being. View some ideas from SeniorNavigator that are safe, fun, creative, and will help keep spirits bright!
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