100 Mona Terrace (Former Oldfield School)
Open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m Saturday mornings from February 1st through March 22nd from 9 am to 12 pm
Social Services by Appointment Only
Tel: (203) 256-3166
Resource Center for Fairfield's Older Adults
and Their Families
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Ms. Terry Giegengack, Director of Human and Social Services, announced today that the Housatonic Model Railway Club will hold its 27th annual show, "Generation Station 2014" at the Fairfield Senior Center, 100 Mona Terrace, Saturday, March 22, 2014, from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. in the gym and adjoining rooms.
Ms. Terry Giegengack, Director of Human and Social Services, announced today that the Fairfield Senior Center is partnering with the Pequot Library to offer a new program at the Senior Center, called Beyond the Book Club. All sessions will be held at the Senior Center located at 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield, Connecticut.
Ms. Terry Giegengack, Director of Human and Social Services, announced today that on Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 10 AM, Dr. Richard C. DeAngelis, retired professor of Chinese-Japanese history at Fairfield University will try to unscramble the issues underlying the conflict that, according to Dr. DeAngelis, "May put the U.S in the middle of warring nations with which the U.S. has treaty obligations to defend." This program is free of charge and will be held at the Senior Center.
As America’s population continues to age, senior centers around the country are trying to deal with ever greater demand for their programs and services and fewer resources to support them. This report is a careful and objective evaluation of the Fairfield Senior Center that asks whether it can meet this challenge in terms of its budget, its staffing level, its facility, its programs and services and its management processes. The report compares the Fairfield Senior Center to six others in the region and makes a series of recommendations which hopefully will make a good center even better. The report was accepted by the Human Services Commission on November 29th and presented to the Board of Selectmen on December 5th. The committee hopes that you’ll read the report and support its efforts to make the Fairfield Senior Center one of the very best in the state.
A brief but very useful guide that explains how renters and homeowners can get help, how to apply for disaster unemployment insurance and SNAP (food stamp) benefits. For more help, see the town's Storm Sandy help page.
The Department of Human Services is pleased to announce the publication of a brand new Community Resource Directory intended for Fairfield’s seniors, their families and community professionals. This 36-page booklet provides you with a list and description of the services, programs and support groups that could be of enormous help to you and your family when and if the need arises. It also includes a handy list of emergency phone numbers. This free publication is also available at the Fairfield Senior Center, and at Fairfield’s public libraries.
Podcast:Gretchen Goethner, Co-Chair of the Lifelong Learners discusses the Lifelong Learners Program at the Fairfield Senior Center during the Human Services Commission on Thursday, November 17, 2011. (14:56 minutes)
Elderhostel Institute Network
Table Tennis, Pool
Walking Club (Pacers)
SCREENINGS (by schedule)
and from Senior Center
(by appointment 256-3166)
Long Term Care Counseling
Senior Group Meetings (AARP, etc)
- Individual & Family
Home Care Referral
Nursing Home/Assisted Living Information
BELLES CRAFT SHOP open to the public
daily, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 - 2:30
p.m. Purchase unique hand-made gifts.