Cancer Rehab Services

    Wednesday, February 16th   10:00 a.m.

    Presented by Amy Sieczkowski, DPT, PT, OCS , Select Physical Therapy

    ReVital Cancer Rehab is a new specialty service provided by therapists at Select Physical Therapy.  This type of physical therapy focuses on the current and lasting side effects of cancer treatments.

    60-90% of patients with cancer, as well as survivors, have at least 1 impairment that physical therapy can address in order to improve quality of life.  Such impairments include joint pain, joint stiffness, fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, difficulty walking, balance concerns, falls (or fear of falling), and inability or difficulty in performing activities of daily living.

    Join Amy Sieczkowski, Select Physical Therapy Center Manager at the Norwich Clinic, to learn more on the ways physical therapy can help improve some side effects of cancer treatments.

    Please sign up at Reception if you will be attending.


    TVCCA Energy Assistance Program

    Winter is here and home heating costs can be a struggle for many.  There is help.

    TVCCA is now taking applications for the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program which provides assistance towards a homes primary source of heat – oil, natural gas, electricity, propane, kerosene, coal, wood or wood pellets.  The program is designed to help offset the winter heating costs of Connecticut’s lower income households.  Eligibility is based on income, family size, assets, and expenses.  Payments are made directly to the utility or fuel company.

    Income Limits:  Household Size: 1 2 3

    Annual Income     $39,027 $51,035 $63,044

    ► Last Day to Apply: May 31, 2022

    For an appointment or for additional information, please call TVCCA (860) 425-6681


    Connecticut Water Assistance Program

    TVCCA is now taking applications for the Connecticut Water Assistance Program.  This is a one-time water assistance benefit to help low income households. Covered services include restoration of household water services to eligible disconnected homes; reduction of overdue water bills; and prevention of service disconnection.  Help is available for both household water and wastewater bills.  Eligibility is based on income and family size.  Payments are made directly to your water provider.

    Income Limits:  Household Size: 1 2 3

    Annual Income     $39,027 $51,035 $63,044

    ► Last Day to Apply: May 31, 2022

    For an appointment or for additional information, please call TVCCA (860) 425-6681


    AARP Income Tax Assistance

    If you wish to have your taxes done, starting at 9:00a.m. on January 3rd please call the Senior Center or stop by the reception desk to schedule an appointment.  Appointments are available Tuesdays or Thursdays starting in February through early April.

    This is a free-of-charge service with an AARP Foundation Tax-Aide volunteer.

    (860) 889-5960.  Do not wait, appointments book up quickly!



    Norwich Human Services and Norwich Youth and Family Services are seeking individuals and organizations that are willing to adopt one or more families for our “Adopt-A-Family” program this Holiday season.  All Families are from the Norwich area and are in financial need with most living below the poverty level.

    Thanks to the kind and generous support in the past by individuals and organizations such as you, we are able to make holidays more joyful for many young children in the community.  If you or your organization would be willing to adopt at least one family, we would greatly appreciate your support.

    Please contact Norwich Human Services at (860) 823-3778

    You or your organization will choose the size of family you are willing to help. You will be given information about the family in need, including first names, ages, sizes and special interests of each family member.  All families have been screened by a case manager to verify information and need.

    Please consider sharing this request with your family and friends to help us identify new sponsors.

    Thank you!  Your kindness will not be forgotten.

    The staff at Norwich Human Services