Community Hospital Anderson's Senior Access is a program for those 55 and over, designed to help you with all of your unique needs. It provides education, social opportunities, support and direct health care. Membership is absolutely free.
Your membership in Senior Access entitles you to services such as:
Upcoming Senior Access programs
Save the dates for our upcoming Senior Access programs. Unless otherwise noted, classes are held at the Community Hospital Anderson Education Center, 1923 N. Madison Avenue, and most are offered at no charge. Register by calling 765-298-2533.
Wednesday, April 6, 3 p.m.
Rebekah Williams, medication assistance coordinator with Community Health Network will address the group and provide information about ways to alleviate the high costs of medication.
Staying at home
Wednesday, May 4, 3 p.m.
As our population ages, many families are choosing to care for their loved ones in their home. Jeremy Adams will share how At Home Specialized Senior Care can help families stay well at home.
Wednesday, June 1, 3 p.m.
What’s your risk for cancer? What screenings should you have? Nancy Hunt, cancer registrar at Community Hospital Anderson will discuss various cancer screenings and what ages they should begin.
Safe driving refresher
Friday, June 3, 12 to 4:30 p.m.
Taught in a classroom, this course is designed to give seniors the confidence and skills to stay safe behind the wheel. This course is recommended for all senior citizens and covers new traffic laws and updated driving information. The course fee is minimal, and many insurance companies offer discounts for completing. Call 765-298-2534 to register.