You are not alone!  Bay Aging is here to help people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementia and their caregivers.  Please, call our toll free number 1.800.493.0238 for more information and services. Alzheimer’s disease is a drastically growing issue today. In Virginia, there is a total number of 150,000 people with Alzheimer’s, most [...]
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On October 28th, Gilman Heating, Cooling and Plumbing made a generous donation of $3,000 to the Bay Aging Foundation.  The donation was presented by Andrew Hancock, Gilman’s Vice President, and Brian Dooley, Gilman’s Sales Manager, to Michael Norvell, Bay Aging’s Vice President of Marketing. “Speaking on behalf of everyone at Gilman Heating, Cooling and Plumbing, [...]
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Caregivers provide regular care or assistance to a friend or family member that has a health problem or a disability. According to the 2015 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 5 adults in Virginia are caregivers. 58% of them are women, and 19% […]

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Bay Aging recently broke ground on a new income-restricted senior apartment building in Gloucester County. The new 40-unit apartment complex will provide needed affordable housing for seniors in Gloucester County and complement the ten existing Bay Aging senior rental housing communities across the region. “This effort has been years in the making,” said Joshua Gemerek, […]

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Bay Aging appreciates the many community partners, volunteers and donors who have helped us deploy these initiatives and quickly respond to COVID-19 challenges. Topics in this issue: Bay Transit named Outstanding Community Program of the year The faces of Helping Neighbors volunteers and recipients Volunteering is a family affair Bay Aging’s Mobile Food Pantry service […]

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You are not alone!  Bay Aging is here to help people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementia and their caregivers.  Please, call our toll free number 1.800.493.0238 for more information and services. Alzheimer’s disease is a drastically growing issue today. In Virginia, there is a total number of 150,000 people with Alzheimer’s, most [...]
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