If you are not feeling well, we ask that you do not enter the Center. Meals on Wheels:-Operating as usual/no changes at this time Programming:-No large exercise/fitness classes this week:-Small groups can continue to meet unless social distancing cannot be maintained.-Call in if you have a question regarding a class before you leave your home. Ahrens Program: Please contact Tiara Harris for more information 203-877-5131 or via email at: THmilfordseniorcenter@yahoo.com)
Food Bank:-Call for curbside pick-up. Emergency bags always available
Kitchen-Dining Services:-Call in by 10am for curbside or to-go. In-house lunch service resumes Jan. 11th ($3.00 per lunch)
Social Services: No in-person appointments. Please call and leave name and phone number to have a social services staff return your call.
Transportation:Transportation back to the Center will resume Wed. Jan. 12th. Call for information on grocery and medical rides or food delivery. Volunteers: We ask that volunteers not to report in until called by department supervisor.
Front Desk: The front desk is resuming temperature checks for ALL entering the Center including Center staff.
Sanitizing: Along with the support of the public work department, the Center will continue to sanitize spaces throughout the Center.
Sanitizing wipes in containers are available free to members (until gone) and will be located near the front lobby area.
👉 Get Vaccinated! The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones is to get vaccinated and ensure that if you have not already, see if you are eligible for the booster shot.
👉 Wear a Mask! Everyone over the age of 2 should wear a mask in indoor places and for all activities with others who are not vaccinated. Masks must cover your nose and mouth at all times to be effective. At the current elevated infection rates, the CDC recommends wearing your mask in all public spaces and when close to people outside of your household in OUTDOOR settings too.
👉 Keep your Distance! Avoid close contact with anyone who is sick and if possible maintain 6 feet distance from others. Remember that some people without any symptoms may be able to spread the virus.
👉 If in doubt, get a test! Ask your healthcare provider where the closest testing site is for you. For peace of mind, before family gatherings, you can also buy over-the-counter home test kits from most pharmacies.
👉 Wash, Wash, Wash! Washing your hands often, for 20 seconds or more with soap and water can reduce transmission greatly. This is especially important in public places. When soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.