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Attend and Support Our Events PGSPN Meets MONTHLY

When: 3rd Thursday each month from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM Where: First Baptist Church of Glenarden 3600 Brightseat Road Landover, MD 20785 Description: Prince George's Senior Provider Network is comprised of providers that are dedicated to securing the well being of seniors through the shared strength of diverse organizations and individuals. Join us for interesting speakers, refreshments and networking. TO BECOME A MEMBER GO TO WWW. PGSPN.ORG AND CLICK ON MEMBERSHIP, COMPLETE THE MEMBERSHIP FORM AND PAY BY PAY PAL!

Event Calendar

Professionals enjoy a presentation during a PGSPN meeting hosted by Manor Care of Largo.



Oct. 17, 2013

Successful Transitions and Preventing Readmissions

Nov. 21, 2013

Senior Emergency Rooms – A New Trend in Care

Dec. 19, 2013

Holiday Breakfast

Jan. 16, 2014

Networking Meeting

Feb. 20, 2014

Social Media-Linkedin and Facebook: How to Use for Your Business

March 20, 2014

Time/Account Management

April 17, 2014

AARP and Resources Available for Seniors

May 15, 2014


June 19, 2014

How to deal with Difficult Families and Clients

July 17, 2014

Financial Planners panel - Venue TBD

Aug. 21, 2014

NIH/Alzheimer Brain research

Sept. 18, 2014

VA Benefits and Access

Oct. 16, 2014

Maryland Access and County Programs

Nov. 20, 2014

The Does and Don’ts of Communicating With Your Physician

Dec. 18, 2014

Holiday Breakfast

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About the Prince George’s Senior Provider Network Prince George's Senior Provider Network improves the care and quality of the lives of seniors by providing them with education and resources through collaboration with community agencies and organizations. PGSPN is comprised of organizations that are dedicated to providing services to seniors in Prince George's County. The group was birthed out of an overwhelming need to provide the senior population, their families and providers with resources that affect daily living. In 2002 First Baptist Church of Glenarden became the official site to host our monthly meetings. The planning committee decided to include speakers who are respected and qualified local professionals in the county to speak on timely and important topics that address issues in the senior community. This became an invaluable vehicle for networking opportunities between service providers, healthcare providers and senior care providers and thus… the Prince George’s Senior Provider Network grew. In 2008 we started hosting ‘Caregiver Symposiums’ for the senior community. The symposiums are designed to provide up to date resource information and address the needs of our seniors and their families. In partnership with the community our symposiums have grown each year. In 2010 a website and signage materials were created to represent our presence in Prince George’s County and provide ongoing information. We started the process to become a Non-Profit organization. Visit for more information.


The Prince George’s Senior Provider Network improves the care and quality of the lives of seniors by providing them with education and resources through the collaboration with community agencies and organizations.

Together we provide: ■ Monthly education programs ■ A yearly symposium ■ Supporting and building community awareness and relationships that enhance senior care ■ Disseminating and developing educational material ■ Interfacing with local and county government regarding needs of seniors and their caregivers ■ Serving as a resource to public agencies regarding the special needs of seniors ■ Partnering with the community regarding the increasing and changing needs of seniors in Prince George’s County

Prince George’s Senior Provider Network

We Thank Our Partners





Always Best Care of Prince George's County South Arthritis and Pain Associates of PG County Byrd and Byrd, LLC Capital Caring Palliative Care and Hospice Changing Keys by Susan Family Eldercare Management Griswold Home Care HCR ManorCare Health Services Hospice of the Chesapeake Prestige Healthcare Resources, Inc Prince George's County Dept. of Family Services Aging Services Division Stearns Lending Visiting Angels Washington Home and Community Hospices

301-358-2114 301-345-5600 301-464-7448 301-883-0866 410-571-1499 301-262-5082 301-899-3200 202-578-8891 877-462-1103 202-558-2448


301-455-4944 301-583-8820 301-560-6000


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Arthritis and Pain Associates of PG County Rheumatology practice 301-345-5600 Contact: Barbara Taylor 4/1/11

5:09:42 PM

Byrd & Byrd, LLC


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leeting nature, today is a special occasion. Make the most of every moment, life free of pain and symptoms with the services of Capital Caring.

Elder Law 301-464-7448 Contact: Jessica Estes

ll, if you are experiencing any of the following: Significant pain, unintended sleeplessness, fatigue, breathlessness, loss of mobility, forgetfulness, many trips or or emergency room, emotional distress or caregiver stress. We’re here for you, clock every day of the year.


Palliative Care and Hospice 301-883-0866 Contact: Kelly Fields

Known for building long-term relationships with clients, attorneys at Byrd & Byrd, LLC - a general practice law firm excel at making complicated legal issues easier to understand. Attorney Jessica Estes limits her practice to elder law, including helping clients with matters related to aging, disability, wills, trusts and powers of attorney, and planning for Medicaid. ~Not just good lawyers; good counsel~ Capital Caring provides excellent pain relief and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support, and compassion to families across the region. Our health professionals – including more than 20 staff doctors – deliver some of the best care in the United States.

Contact: Susan Amos

Contact: Rosemary Allender


Servicing Caregivers and their Families To assist Caregivers and Care recipients in achieving and maintaining the best possible quality of life. This is Geriatric Care Management accomplished through supporting active client involvement, 301-262-5082 our expertise in aging issues and extensive knowledge of available resources.

Family Eldercare Management


Whether making a move or aging in place, we create an environment that reduces your stress. We downsize, do furniture placement, donate, coordinate with movers, pack Senior Transition Specialist and unpack, hang pictures, setup electronics. If you are aging 410-571-1499 in place, we create a carefree environment where you live. Call for your 1 hour of free consultation.

Changing Keys by Susan



Capital Caring

Rheumatology physician practice in Greenbelt and Clinton Maryland. Hours: 7am-3pm M-F We treat autoimmune diseases, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Gout, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Back pain, Knee pain, Shoulder pain, any joint pain. We perform Bone Density testing in our Greenbelt office We also test for Total body Composition by Dexa. This will give you an accurate measurement of your lean muscle vs. body fat.


Private Duty Home Care 301-358-2114 Contact: Joan Jackson

Always Best Care provides families in Prince George’s County and parts of Waldorf, Maryland with compassionate non-medical in-home care, and personalized assisted living referral services.


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Griswold Home Care is dedicated to helping you live independently in the comfort of your own home. Our network of nonmedical home care providers offers customized personal care, homemaking and companionship services that support every level of need. Our proprietary screen system, first developed in 1982, focuses on understanding what families look for in a professional caregiver.


HCR ManorCare Health Services

Our primary focus is caring for post-hospital or post-acute patients with complex medical needs such as wound care, IV-therapy, inpatient dialysis* and Alzheimer’s. We provide 24-hour nursing care, physical, occupational and speech therapy service to a broad spectrum of patients on a short or long term basis. Our continuum of care and experience has helped 98% of our patient’s transition home. *In-patient dialysis services available at Adelphi location only.


Non-Medical Home Care 301-899-3200 Naomi.turner@griswold Contact: Naomi Turner

Nursing & Rehabilitation


Hospice Care, Grief Support 877-462-1103 Contact: Admissions Department

Homecare and Staffing Agency Contact: John Smith, Jr.

Prestige Healthcare Resources Inc. is your home care resource for you and your loved ones. Our certified staff of RNs, LPNs, CNAs, and HHAs will provide competent, affordable, and competitive care at your own home. We provide both skilled and non-skilled nursing services. Give us a call today at 202-5582448 to benefit from our FREE need-based appraisal, FREE monthly nursing visits, and FREE 24-hour on call services.

The Aging Services Division serves as the local Area Agency on Aging and provides services and programs for older adults and advocates on behalf of vulnerable residents. The Division serves Area Agency on Aging as the gateway to information and resources and offers nutrition (301) 265-8450 programs, support to caregivers, health insurance counseling, long term care service needs, volunteer and employment training opportunities. Contact: Karen Sylvester

Reverse Mortgage 301-455-4944 Contact: Kathy Hessberger

At Stearns Lending, our ultimate goal is to create lasting relationships with our clients by offering financial counseling for all types of mortgage products. Whether you are purchasing a home or refinancing, we can assist you with either a traditional or a reverse mortgage option. As the third largest privately held lender in the US, we originate, fund and service many of our mortgages.

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Sterns Lending


Dept. of Family Services Aging Services Division


Prestige Healthcare Resources Inc.

Hospice of the Chesapeake's mission is to improve the quality of life for those in our communities experiencing advanced illness or bereavement through hospice and other palliative care, compassionate support and education.


Hospice of the Chesapeake

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Hospice Care and Nursing Home hospice inpatient unit and a hospice providing care to people 866-234-7742 in their homes, local nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Hospice is a benefit covered by insurance. Comfort care is provided to our clients by a team of hospice professionals. Contact: Carol Gonzales

Private Duty Home Care Agency 301-583-8820 Contact: Vikki Kalitsi

301-925-2900 Contact: Jim Guynn

Speaker at the PGSPN Monthly meeting at First Baptist Church of Glanarden.

Distinctive Home Care is a licensed, bonded, and insured home health care company based in Largo, Maryland. We service the senior and disabled community. We are privately owned. Our Care Providers are certified, thoroughly screened, and employees of DHC. We provide care on a live in or live out basis from 4 to 24 hours per day.


Distinctive Home Care Inc.


Agape Health provides for skilled and non-medical care needs of adult and pediatric patients in the comfort of their homes. Whether you or a loved one is living with a chronic condition, Home Care recovering from illness, or simply needs companionship. We 301-203-4304 can help you with the following activities of daily living: • Bathing & Dressing Assistance • Housekeeping • Meal prep Contact: David Jackson • Shopping & Errands • Companionship • Respite for family

Agape Health and Life Solutions


Visiting Angels home care agency provides private duty care. We assist our clients with hygiene assistance, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping and laundry. We also provider sitter services in hospitals, rehabs and nursing homes. We provide transportation to outings into the community. All of our aides are employees of the agency not independent contractors. Call us for a free in home consultation.

Visiting Angels


The Washington The Washington Home was established in NW D.C. 125 Home & Community years ago to provide end of life care to city residents. Over Hospices the years the Home has expanded to now include a 9 bed

M-NCPPC Senior Dance

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MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY SORTED BY CATEGORY Member ADULT DAY CARE Crescent Ridge Adult Day Health Center Golden Age Adult Day Care Center of Bowie AREA AGENCY ON AGING Prince George's County Office on Aging ASSISTED LIVING Arden Courts Memory Care Community At Home Away From Home Emeritus at Woodward Estates Senior Living Hannah's Heart Assisted Living Facility, LLC Harbor Park Estates Assisted Living Heartfields Assisted Living and Memory Care at Bowie In Loving Hands Assisted Living Kekeli's Home for Seniors Malta House Monique's Home Assisted Living, inc.

Morningside House of Laurel My Parents Place Nu-Concept Home Finding, Inc. Oak Street Retreat, LLC Rose's Place Serendipity in Beltsville Sunset Home for the Elderly The Residence On Greenbelt WillBur Assisted Living Assisted Living Training and Management Aspire Services, Inc. Auctioneers Express Auctioneers Cemetery/Funeral Home Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Crematory & Funeral Home George Washington/Mount Lebanon Cemetery Consulting AQC Health, Networking, & Consulting Company, LLC Continuing Care Retirement Community Collington, A Kendal Affiliate Conversions FR Conversions Counseling Frank Maguire Counseling Seniors4Seniors Counseling Steve Wechsler, LCSW-C Turning Point The Page Consulting Services DIALYSIS HEALTH CARE Devita Dialysis Wheaton Elder Law

Byrd & Byrd, LLC Karren Pope-Onwukwe Law Offices of Cheryl Chapman Henderson, LLC SinclairProsser Law, LLC



301-567-1885 301-262-3900

Willistine D. Page Fran Blacker


Karen H. Sylvester

301-847-3051 240-398-1519 301-464-4400 301-633-7087 240-253-2116 301-805-8422 301-248-4256 301-449-3148 301-699-8600 240-542-4019 301-725-2220 301-254-8643 301-780-8980 301-772-0391 301-802-2649 301-937-4598 301-333-3131 301-486-1590 240-334-4032

Julie Boone-Roth Darlene Hawkins Candice Carter Janice Osborne, RN Patricia Britton Aaron Campbell, ED Carlos Watson Bertha Parbey Elisabeth Orchard Marie Louise Soumah Cindy Blevins Nefertari Smith-Alghali Ajecy Bourdeau Juanita Caison Maya Garrett Merlyn Crandon-Enyi Alice Mahan Deanne Daugherty Donna Young


Christine & Sharon David


"Uncle Andy" Buettner

301-877-4995 301-434-4640

Nikia Jackson-Sweeney Morris Rodenstein


Jack Davidson


Susan Deller


Lacey Haley

301-602-3794 301-408-9563 301-441-1026 240-305-0209

Frank Maguire Bette Hepler Steve Wechsler, LCSW-C Willistine Page, LHA, Life Consultant


Renee Morant

301-464-7448 301-927-3145 301-220-4463 301-970-8080

Jessica Estes Karren Pope-Onwukwe Cheryl Chapman Henderson Paula Mattson-Sarli

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MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY SORTED BY CATEGORY Member TELEPHONE Financial Advisor Lara, May & Associates 571-405-3886 Financial Services, Insurance, and Long-Term Care Insurance Primerica 301-254-6702 Financial Planner, insurance and Long Term Care Insurance Whaley Financial Services 443-283-3482 Fine Jewelry and Coins 703-200-8911 NovaGold, LLC Fitness Training for Seniors Shields Fitness, LLC 301-852-0615 Geriatric Care Management Aging Gracefully, LLC 571-403-1998 301-262-5082 Family Eldercare Management LivHOME, Inc 301-438-0630 Seabury Resources for Aging 202-364-0020 Health Care Technology XCeedia Solutions, LLC 443-858-3750 Health Insurance Aetna, Inc. 301-325-4102 Health Screens, Phlebotomy A & G HealthWatch, LLC 301-599-2030 HEARING AND BALANCE HEALTH Hearing Professionals 301-464-2036 Home Care-Non-Skilled A Network of Care Home Health Care Specialists 301-283-0009 301-203-4304 Agape Health and Life Solutions AllCare Associates Home Care 301-604-2273 301-358-2114 Always Best Care of Prince George's County South Ameristar Health Care Services, Inc 301-445-1315 Assurance Health Care, Inc. 301-595-8800 301-925-2900 Distinctive Home Care, Inc. Elizabeth Cooney Care Network 410-323-1700 Genesis SelectCare 800-480-3225 301-899-3200 Griswold Home Care Here and Now Care, LLC 240-507-7120 Home Instead Senior Care 301-931-7610 Kennedy Care 202-526-3560 LivHOME, Inc. 301-438-0630 202-558-2448 Prestige Healthcare Resources, Inc. Right at Home 301-255-0066 301-583-8820 Visiting Angels Home Care-Skilled Medicare Certified Community Home Health of Maryland, Inc 800-282-8104 Elizabeth Cooney Care Network 410-323-1700 Home Delivered Groceries Top Banana Home Delivered Groceries, Inc 301-372-3663 Home Visiting Physicians Home Physicians of the Chesapeake 410-636-3030 Hospice 301-883-0866 Capital Caring Palliative Care Counseling

CONTACT Rick Gow James Pickett, Sr. Toni Whaley Zibby Koppelman Pam Shields Liza Petrick Rosemary Allender John Bissonnette, RN Christine Bitzer Xiomara Pierre Alvenia Singleton Gary Gunnulfsen Mary Moeder Audrey Ford Tonya and David Jackson Roger Zeeander Joan Jackson Wilfred Kandie Joyce Larbi Jim Guynn Elizabeth Weglein Debbie Ostrowski Naomi Turner Handel Milo Rosa Rivera Phi Quang John Bissonnette, RN John S. Smith, Jr. Mark Asch Vikki Kalitsi Bruce Goodman Elizabeth Weglein Jean Guiffre Casey Young, Director Kelly Field, Gen. Manager

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Hospice of the Chesapeake Hospice of Washington, DC Washington Home & Community Hospices

877-462-1103 202-574-6994 301-560-6000

Admissions Dept. Rahikya Wilson Carol Gonzales


Mark A. Gottlieb


John Kelly

703-992-1100 703-328-7352

Steve Gurney Jeanne Stanislawski


Barbara Taylor


Ashok Kapur


Sylvia Taylor

240-688-6286 301-434-0500 301-559-0300 301-350-5555 301-459-4700

Kathy Everett-Gaines Valecia Bullock, Admissions Priscilla Coleman, Admissions Roxanne Rogers, Admissions Kia Tyler

Life, Health, & Long-Term Care Insurance Mark A. Gottlieb/The Gottlieb Group Life Insurance John Kelly, Independent Broker Marketing Communications & PR SourceBook The Stanislawski Group Medical Care

Arthritis & Pain Associates of PG County Medical Supply

DHC Ministry First Baptist Church of Glenarden Nursing and Rehabilitation Asbury Methodist Village/Wilson Center

ManorCare Adelphi ManorCare Hyattsville ManorCare Largo

Villa Rosa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center On-Line Resource Guide 240-210-4026 Pain Management interventions Washington Metropolitan Pain Management 301-220-2333 Pharmacy and Medical Supplies Supreme Pharmacy & Medical Supplies 301-322-8082 Podiatric Services/Mobile Family Podiatry, LLC 301-390-4440 Home Feet Podiatric Home Care 301-323-5652 Professional Organizing & Senior Move Management American Transitions 800-995-9015 301-760-4024 Caring Transitions 410-571-1499 Changing Keys by Susan Just That Simple 202-726-8667 Order Your Steps 301-437-4610 Promotional Services Brown and Bigelow 240-386-8257 Real Estate Remax Specialist 301-787-4035 Recreation M-NCPPC, Special Programs Division, Senior Services 301-446-3420 Recreation/Memory Care Art/Engage 202-486-1669 Reverse Mortgages 301-455-4944 Stearns Lending Retirement Life Solutions 301-608-2400

Jacqueline Williams Yodit Haileab Kafi Agboola Dr. Teresa Hilliard laVergne Andre Hayes, DPM Sue Weber Timothy Tilghman, CRTS & Jennifer Tilghman, SRES Susan Amos Judy Tiger Candy H. Speight Anita Berns Saundra Coston Darilyn Marinelli Jennifer Droblyen Kathy Hessberger Patty Wills

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MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY SORTED BY CATEGORY Senior Center Bowie Senior Center Senior Home Modifications for Aging In Place Strategies for Independent Living, LLC Training and Development GAC Consulting, LLC Transportation Driving Moms and Dads


Kathy White


Stephen Hage, CAPS


Donna Mason


Rita Hart

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Prince George’s County

Department Of Family Services Area Agency On Aging 301-265-8450 The Area Agency on Aging’s mission is to plan services and programs to meet the needs of older adults and their families; provide education on the available options; and advocate for the rights and protection of older adults. This is accomplished through the delivery of quality services, successful partnerships, and community outreach. The Area Agency on Aging’s vision is to provide the highest quality of services which offers options, and promotes independence for older adults and their families.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS Maryland Access Point of Prince George’s County serves as a single point of entry into the long-term care system for older adults and person with disabilities. The MAP is a partnership effort with the local Health Department, Department of Social Services, Independence Now, Inc. and the Department of Family Services, Mental Health and Disabilities Administration. This collaboration facilitates a one-stop shop for older persons, persons with disabilities and their families. Family Caregiving Program provides assistance to caregivers; that includes family, friends, and members of the community, with access to support groups, problem solving, education, and respite care. The caregiver provides care to an older individual who may be losing their ability to live and care for themselves independently. Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) provides free health insurance counseling and assistance to persons 55 years and older. Trained volunteer counselors provide information about Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap, Long-Term Care Insurance, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), claims, appeals, and about physician or hospital bills. Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) is a program designed to reduce the amount of federal and state funds lost due to health insurance fraud by increasing the public’s ability to detect and report possible fraud, waste, and abuse.

Home and Community Based Services Waiver Program for Older Adults enables older adults to remain in a community setting even though their advanced age or disability would warrant placement in a long-term care facility. The Waiver allows services that are typically covered by Medicaid only in a long term care facility to be provided to eligible persons in their own homes or in assisted living facilities. Money Follows the Person (MFP) is a demonstration project designed to streamline the transition process for individuals who chose to transition from a long-term care facility to a community setting. A community setting is defined by MFP as a resident’s own home, or an assisted living facility with four or less unrelated residents. The Area Agency on Aging will serve as the local single point of entry for applicants. Senior Nutrition Program provides older persons with a nutritionally sound and satisfying meal in strategically located congregate sites and/or in the seniors home. The program provides the framework and support for not only an American meal, but also a kosher meal program. Senior Assisted Living Group Home Subsidy Program combines housing with supportive services for seniors who need regular assistance with daily activities, but are not in need of nursing home placement. By offering congregate meals, housekeeping, personal services and 24-hour supervision, this program enables frail elders to continue living in the community. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene license all homes. Homes that are enrolled in the Senior Assisted Living Group Subsidy Program that have subsidy residents are monitored quarterly by the Area Agency on Aging’s Program Monitor. Senior Care funds services for seniors who may be at risk of nursing home placement. Clients can access publicly funded services, or if they are not available, Senior Care will make arrangements with private vendors. These services can include personal care, chore, adult day care, financial help for medications, medical

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supplies, respite care, home delivered meals, emergency response system, transportation, and others Senior Care is a gap-filling program for seniors 65 years of age and older who have limited income and assets. Long Term Care Ombudsman Program promotes the highest quality of life and care possible for residents in long term care facilities. The Ombudsman, with assistance of volunteers, investigates and seeks resolutions to problems, which affect residents' rights, health, care, safety and welfare. Public Guardianship Program ensures the provision of optimum care/services for adjudicated wards of the court, through professional case management. As an agent of the Circuit Court, case management decisions are made pertaining to medical care, living arrangement and overall personal welfare issues.

throughout the county. These children would otherwise be without the personal attention necessary for their social adjustment and maturation. Evidence-based Chronic Disease Self-Management is in partnership with Prince George's Community College to provide the “Living Well” Chronic Disease Self-Management Program to Older Adults in the County. This Program is a workshop given two and half hours, once a week, for six weeks, in community settings. People with different chronic health problems attend together. Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom are non-health professionals with a chronic disease themselves. This program is especially helpful for people with chronic illness, as it gives them the skills to coordinate all the things needed to manage their health, as well as to help them keep active in their lives.

Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a subsidized employment program and training which provides part-time employment and training for low-income older adults and improves and expands community services where needed.

Health Promotion and Disease Prevention is a program designed to promote and educate the ideas and importance of a healthy lifestyle to senior citizens that attend Area Agency on Aging sponsored programs.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) provides volunteer opportunities for over 400 seniors, age 55 and older. Volunteers serve in a variety of interesting and challenging assignments at over 50 non-profit organizations, schools and government agencies. In addition, RSVP offers such programs as friendly visiting, telephone reassurance, tutoring to school aged children, and provides supportive services to community and government agencies.

Prince George’s County Area Agency on Aging 6420 Allentown Road Camp Springs, Maryland 20748 301-265-8450, TTY 711 Maryland Relay 711

Telephone Reassurance Program recruits volunteers from the community, senior centers and other volunteer programs to place daily reassuring telephone calls to senior citizens within Prince George's County. The goal of the program is to eliminate some of the concerns facing senior citizens who live alone, thereby, assisting in remaining independent. The program provides the opportunity for senior citizens to connect by telephone with a friendly voice. This allows individuals to stay in contact with their community and to help decrease the feelings of loneliness and isolation. The Program also provides added peace of mind for relatives who live out of town. Foster Grandparent Program provides opportunities for older volunteers to work with physically, mentally and emotionally handicapped children in schools and special centers

Rick Gow, Kathie Dalrymple and Karen Bryant showing off the PGPSN Directory at the reception desk at the PGSPN Monthly meeting.


When: 3rd Thursday each month from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM Where: First Baptist Church of Glenarden 3600 Brightseat Road Landover, MD 20785



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at M-NCPPC parks and recreation facilities throughout Prince George’s County! SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTERS • Camp Springs Senior Activity Center

• Gwendolyn Britt Senior Activity Center

• Langley Park Senior Activity Center

6420 Allentown Rd., Camp Springs, MD 20748 301-449-0490; TTY 301-446-3402

4009 Wallace Rd., North Brentwood, MD 20722 301-699-1238; TTY 301-446-3402

1500 Merrimac Dr., Hyattsville, MD 20783 301-408-4343; TTY 301-446-3402

• Evelyn Cole Senior Activity Center

• John E. Howard Senior Activity Center

• Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center

5720 Addison Rd., Seat Pleasant, MD 20743 301-386-5525; TTY 301-446-3402

4400 Shell St., Capitol Heights, MD 20743 301-735-2400; TTY 301-446-3402

7120 Contee Rd., Laurel, MD 20707 301-206-3350; TTY 301-446-3402

COMMUNITY CENTER/FITNESS ROOM ID CARDS FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY SENIORS 60 & BETTER Sign up for a FREE SMARTlink account at any M-NCPPC community center in Prince George’s County to get your FREE Senior Community Center/Fitness Room ID card. These ID cards are valid for use at all M-NCPPC community centers and senior activity centers in Prince George’s County. To find out where the 40+ community centers are located, to learn more about opening a SMARTlink account, and to get information about ID cards and Fitness Room cards, visit or call the Customer Service Help Desk at 301-699-CALL (2255); TTY 301-699-2544.

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