I don’t drive anymore. How do I get a ride to the doctor, to the senior center or to pick up a prescription?
There are a few options to seniors who no longer drive or have transportation. All are listed in the transportation section of our senior resources database. Find transportation resources >
How do I find out about senior housing options in Danbury? What are my options?
There are several senior housing options available from subsidized housing to affordable housing to assisted living and more. All are listed in the housing section of our senior resources database. Find housing resources >
I need someone to help out with my elderly parent during the day. What are my care giving options?
Finding the most appropriate care based upon the needs of your parent is extremely important. The Health and Wellness section of our Senior Resources Database has more information. Visit our Senior Resource Directory >
What are the differences between Medicare A, Medicare B, and Medicare D? What is a Supplemental/Gap Plan? What is a Medicare Advantage Plan?
Medicare can be confusing. Not only do we have experts here that can help explain everything in person, you can read up on Medicare A (Hospitalization), Medicare B (out-patient visits, etc.) and Medicare D (prescription plans), along with other information just by clicking here for more information >
What are the Tax Programs for seniors in Danbury?
Tax Programs vary from energy assistance to veteran’s programs to a tax freeze for those who qualify. Read more about the 2015 Elderly Tax Relief Programs
I want to do something? What are my choices for social/ recreational programs?
Elmwood Hall has 39 on-going programs as well as several special events. All Social/Recreational programs are listed on the Get Involved page under Programs/Activities. More information >