Senior Connection, Howard County Resource Guide and Caregiver Guide
The Office on Aging produces many informative materials available to the public. The principle publications of the Office on Aging are The Senior Connection, a monthly newspaper; the Howard County Caregiver Guide; and the Resource Guide, an annual publication.
The Senior Connection
Published monthy as a four page spread in the Howard County Beacon, The Senior Connection provides valuable information regarding programs, services and events of interest to older adults. Click HERE to view the Senior Connection current issue, or click below for archived editions. To advertise in the Howard County Beacon, please email Alan Spiegel or call 301-949-9766.
Senior Connection July 2015 Issue
Senior Connection June 2015 Issue
Senior Connection May 2015 Issue
Senior Connection April 2015 Issue
Senior Connection March 2015 Issue
Senior Connection February 2015 Issue
Senior Connection January 2015 Issue
Senior Connection December 2014
Senior Connection November 2014
Senior Connection October 2014
Senior Connection September 2014
Senior Connection August 2014
Join our Email Subscriber List:
Join the Office on Aging's free email subscriber list to receive a link to the current issue of The Senior Connection each month, and be among the first to hear about upcoming special events and informative programs. To join, simply send us an email with 'subscribe' in the subject box. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
For more information, please contact:
The Senior Connection Kim Higdon Henry, Editor
Howard County Department of Citizen Services
6751 Columbia Gateway Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
Howard County Caregivers Guide and Resource Guide
To view the 2015 Howard County Resource Guide online, click here. To view the 2014 Howard County Caregiver Guide online, click here.
The Howard County Caregivers Guide and the Resource Guide provide information about local, state and federal programs, businesses, and non-proft organizations serving older adults, caregivers, and their families in Howard County. The guides are free to the community; copies are available at 50+ centers, Howard County libraries and government offices. To have a copy mailed to you, contact Maryland Access Point (MAP) at 410-313-5980 (voice/relay; please specify which guide). To advertise your service or business in upcoming editions, please email email@example.com and ask to be added to the contact list.