How Seniors Find New Friends for the New Year in Howard County
Perhaps finding new friends this new year is just what the doctor ordered. Check out some local Howard County resources below:
Howard Senior Centers
The county operates 12 senior centers, including five therapeutic sites for seniors with physical disabilities and early-stage memory loss, plus their caregivers.
For details, visit howardcountymd.gov/50pluscenters:
The Bain 50 Plus Center: Columbia: 410-313-7213
Connections at Ellicott City: 410-313-1425
Connections at Glenwood: Cooksville: 410-313-5442
Connections at North Laurel: 410-313-7218
East Columbia 50 Plus Center: East Columbia Library: 410-313-7680
Elkridge 50 Plus Center: 410-313-4930
Ellicott City 50 Plus Center: 410-313-1400
Glenwood 50 Plus Center: Cooksville: 410-313-5440
Kindred Spirits at Glenwood: Cooksville: 410-313-5441
Kindred Spirits at North Laurel: 410-313-7691
Longwood 50 Plus Center: Columbia: 410-313-7217
North Laurel 50 Plus Center: 410-313-0380
Howard Recreation Centers Opportunities abound for seniors to stay active in the community — whether they wish to partake in concerts, plays, athletic activities or trips around town.
Senior Pass Program: Free admission program for seniors to Howard County public school sports events and arts performances.
410-313-6682 (public information office), hcpss.org/parents/senior-pass-program/
The Village in Howard: Member-based community for residents 55 and older.
When If Not Now (WINN): Columbia Association fitness.
BrightStar Care of Howard County provides a full continuum of home care services comprised of companionship, personal care, dementia care, transportation, medication assistance, skilled nursing and more to improve clients’ health and quality of life.
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