Area Senior Resource Guide is now online!|
Announcing the New
Wauconda Area Senior
Resource Guide is now available as a user-friendly,
web-based directory. This online guide not only provides
phone numbers for many local resources of interest to seniors,
but also provides the links to the various appropriate web
sites or web pages.
Coalition, a subgroup of the United
Partnership for a Better Community, compiled the original
data that was used to produce their printed version of the
Senior Resource Guide which has been distributed
throughout the Wauconda Area community. The Senior
Coalition and area individuals sought to provide our community
with a resource guide of local services and programs for
senior residents and their caregivers.
Wauconda Area Library has volunteered to establish and
maintain the web pages associated with the Senior
Resource Guide. These web pages are powered by NorthStarNet,
an innovative web-hosting service made available by the North
Suburban Library System for free to all Wauconda
Area community organizations by the Wauconda Area Library
through the North Suburban Library System. We hope this
information will aid in the care and well-being of our senior
community and will have a positive impact on their daily
Not for Seniors Only!
Although intended as
an outstanding resource for seniors and caregivers, this guide
is a valuable reference tool for all adults. Be sure to
check it out!
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