Beaverton Committee on Aging
Beaverton Committee on Aging Presents:
Coping With COVID Webinar Series
Webinar #2: Mental Health Resources during COVID presenter Kera Magrill will share information on local mental health resources for older adults during COVID
Date: November 16, 2020 from 12 -1:30 pm
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Please note the presentation portions of the webinars will be recorded
A Note About COVID-19
The Beaverton Committee on Aging recognizes that in this incredibly challenging time, many older adults are particularly impacted by the social, physical, and emotional aspects of COVID-19. Now more than ever it is important to have social connections, resources and support as we navigate this crisis. If you are looking for ways to volunteer or help in our community, resources can be found at: www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/CommunicableDiseases/COVID-19/donations-and-volunteers.cfm.
If you or someone you know is a senior who is housebound and lonely, anxious or depressed due to our current health crisis, two free resources are available to help.
Senior Connection Calls: 1-833-736-4676
Senior Connection Calls are a special support service offered by Washington County and the Oregon Senior Peer Outreach. Their Certified Peer Support Specialists are trained to work with Older Adults. They provide a friendly call to listen and provide support to Older Adults weekly or more often on request.
!Estos servicios están disponibles en Español!
Oregon Senior Loneliness Line: 503-200-1633
Trained volunteers offer support and connection at any time for older adults experiencing loneliness and isolation. Available in multiple languages.
Online Age Cafe: Helping Each Other Through the Coronavirus Crisis
Join the conversation! Discuss relevant topics with friends, neighbors and other members of our community. Every Friday during the month of May, 11 am - 12 pm
Co-sponsored by Washington County Disability, Aging and Veterans Services and Viva Village.
Registration link (you can choose the date/s you would like to attend)
Basic information on getting started with Zoom.
The purpose of the Beaverton Committee on Aging is to discover and examine the issues and concerns of the aging population in the City of Beaverton and offer representation, information and education regarding these issues.
Powers & Duties
The Beaverton Committee on Aging, formerly known as the Senior Citizens Advisory Committee, was formed in 1995. The goal of the committee is to provide a forum within city government for seniors to communicate with the city’s senior community and city officials. This has been accomplished through workshops and participating with city officials to address the concerns of seniors.
COVID-19 Notice: The City is suspending in-person attendance by the public to better protect the health and safety of the community. Persons interested in attending a meeting may call in toll free or join online. Check the agenda for the meeting link and phone number to participate.
- 3:00 pm
- Second Tuesday of the month
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2020 deadline to apply has passed.
Our fall recruitment season has passed, but your application will be forwarded on to the staff liaison. If there is a midterm vacancy on the committee, a staff person will contact you.
Next deadline is Fall 2021.