- Medical Health Screenings: Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar, Urinalysis
- Lab Tests: Cholesterol, Hepatitis C, Hemoglobin, HIV, A1c, Electrolytes, Liver & Kidney Function
- Vaccines: Shingles, Hepatitis B, dTap, COVID Booster, Polio, MMR, Meningitis
- Consultations with Medical Providers, Referrals, Follow-Up Care and Community Resources
- Urgent Care Needs: Common Cold, Flu, Stomach Aches, Ear Aches
Yearly Membership runs from July 1st – June 30th
You need to be a registered Member of the Senior Center to take part in any activity, class, program or utilize any room in the Senior Center. This includes using our Hairdresser, Massage Therapy and transportation services. If you have any questions, please call us (860) 889-5960.
In-Town Membership (Norwich Residents) is a suggested $25.00 per year
Out-of-Town Membership is $40.00 per year
Please stop by Reception to update your Membership or call for an application to be mailed to you.
Hartford Healthcare Mobile Health Hub
Tuesday, June 6th from 10:00am-2:00pm
Hartford HealthCare will be here offering a Mobile Health Hub. The Health Hub will include:
Generations Family Health Center
Wednesday, April 26th from 11:45am-12:45pm
A community health worker from Generations Family Health Center will be at the Senior Center to discuss the health care services they offer. Generations offers access to
Primary Care (Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health) and is currently accepting new patients of all ages. Generations also offers assistance with insurance applications, a Sliding Fee Scale available, assistance with linkages to financial benefits, and can help you to afford your prescriptions
Drop-in between 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. to discuss your health care needs. An appointment is not needed. Generations Family Health Center is located at 330 Washington Street, Norwich.
Lottie Scott Books for Sale
We are selling Lottie Scott’s two books, Deep South – Deep North: A Family’s Journey and Waiting for Kitty. Books are priced at $15 each and can be purchased at Reception.
Deep South – Deep North: A Family’s Journey is Lottie and her family’s story of growing up in racially-charged and impoverished South Carolina. Under the cloud of racial discrimination, difficult farm working conditions, and family tensions, Lottie describes the unbreakable bonds of love that eventually emerged to forever bind her family members together.
Waiting for Kitty is a children’s book. The book recalls stories from Lottie’s childhood growing up in Longtown, South Carolina. Waiting for Kitty can be use by parents to help talk to their children about racism and develop understanding about growing up in a different culture.
Scissor, Knife, and Blade Sharpening
Knives $2.50 ▪ Scissors/Pinking Shears $5
Non-Electric Pruners/Hedge Trimmers/Garden Tools $5
Electric Hedge Trimmers $10 ▪ Chain Saw Chains/Lawn Mower Blades $5
Drop off your items that need to be sharpened to the reception desk by Thursday, April 13th.
Be sure to have your items wrapped in newspaper and safely stored in a plastic bag, with your name, phone number and correct payment included.
**Cash or check made payable to Dan Correia**