Surrey Services for Seniors 610-647-6404
(residents of Chester and Delaware Counties)
Multiple services are provided including home services, transportation, classes,
workshops, movies, fitness classes, book groups, etc.
(Residents of Lower Merion or Narberth)
Multiple services are provided including transportation, homebound help,
telephone reassurance, etc.
Wayne Senior Center 610-688-6246
Multiple services are provided including trips, computer classes etc.
(Center for Positive Aging in Lower Merion and surrounding communities)
Many programs are provided, including trips, transportation, fitness and computer instruction etc.
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