Thank you to Radnor Studio 21
ElderNet is grateful for the opportunity to spread the word about our important mission on The Leading Question. A big thanks to Vince Chelli, Jill Frechie, and Steven Wigrizer Esquire, who understand the importance of helping older adults remain in their home, and made this video possible.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Since 1976, ElderNet has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the at-risk elderly and disabled adults of Lower Merion and Narberth. ElderNet's partnerships for outreach have allowed us to expand our programs and services to include low income individuals and families in need.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors is possible only through the generous gifts of volunteer time and community support.
Hunger isn't seasonal, which is why ElderNet's Ada Mutch Community Resource Center (AMCRC) works year-round to feed those in our community who are in need. AMCRC is a one-stop-shop with a licensed social worker and a nurse on staff from Bryn Mawr Hospital. All services are free to income-eligible residents of Lower Merion and Narberth.
ElderNet’s licensed social workers assist older and disabled adults with finding solutions to their problems & challenges. Social workers can connect clients to public benefits, make direct referrals to other local agencies & health care providers and act as an ongoing support system to the most vulnerable of our community.
ElderNet provides a safety net for older and disabled adults to help them remain in their homes with dignity, and strengthens food and financial security for all community members in need of support.
Older and disabled adults will feel cared for, respected, and connected to our community. Those facing food and financial insecurity will find comfort and resources to meet their basic needs. As a result, no one will feel isolated. ElderNet will continue to be a highly regarded service provider, a place for meaningful volunteer service, and a source of dignity and hope.