Ways of Helping
Center for Elder Services
10 Campbell Street
PO Box 433
Lebanon, NH 03766
Supporting Aging in Community
In July, GCSCC’s Board of Directors approved a strategic plan for the agency with these goals:
Goal #1: Determine and provide effective programs and services that meet the ever-changing needs and enrich the lives of our target population.
Goal #2: Assure financial sustainability for GCSCC
Goal #3: Optimize and integrate processes across all GCSCC programs
Goal #4: Ensure functional sustainability for the organization
Our purpose is to develop, strengthen, and provide programs and services that support the health, dignity and independence of older adults and adults with disabilities living in our communities.
Our goal is to do what families and neighbors would – if they could – prepare meals, take people to medical appointments and to do errands, provide opportunities for getting together with friends, untangle problems with Social Security and Medicaid and Medicare, obtain financial support when necessary, secure safe and affordable housing, identify opportunities for volunteering, and offer a shoulder to lean on in times of crisis.
We’re thrilled to announce that we have been chosen as an inaugural grantee for @arohaphilanthropies' Seeding #ArtfulAging initiative! Read the press release . . .
Welcome to the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. (GCSCC)
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ServiceLink & Social Services
Assistance with Social Security, Medicare, etc.
Chore Corps Program
Activities, Programs and Clinics
Blood Pressure Screenings
Health and Wellness Programs
Who Uses GCSCC's Services?
• Older people who need support to maintain an independent lifestyle
• Families who require help in caring for older relatives
• Individuals who are preparing for retirement
• Businesses who are assisting employees with obligations of caring for older family members
• Physicians and other medical professionals providing care for an older person
• Bankers, attorneys and others who are managing the affairs of older people
• Concerned neighbors and community members
40 hours per week: Administration: Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Administrative Assistant performs complex work of an administrative nature. Acts as liaison between staff, visitors, and Board members; handles confidential files; and assists all staff members in the business office. HS diploma or the equivalent, plus administrative training and / or experience. Submit cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
40 hours per week: ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Center of Grafton County. Littleton and Plymouth offices. Candidate must demonstrate a knowledge of the principle and methods of person centered services, be able to conduct individual needs assessments to determine appropriate referrals for supportive services in assisting clients in meeting their long term care needs, provide information, referrals and assistance through telephone, walk-in, home visits or email intake. Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience in human or health care services or related field. Submit cover and resume to email@example.com
Per-Diem: Drivers needed to cover in the event of driver absence.
N.H. DOT physical required.
Littleton Area Senior Center: firstname.lastname@example.org, Upper Valley Senior Center: email@example.com, Plymouth Regional Senior Center/ Newfound Area Senior Center: firstname.lastname@example.org, Horse Meadow Senior Center: email@example.com
12 hours per week Driver; 2 days per week: Mascoma Area Senior Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
10 hours per week:
Dishwashing and food preparation. Experience preferred but not required. Mascoma Area Senior Center: email@example.com