Given the continuing rise of Covid cases, effective 1/11/22, Generations will be closed to the public for the remainder of January.  Our intention is to re-open to the public on February 1.

During this closure, the Center will continue its commitment to our meal programs.  We will continue to provide M-F deliveries to our homebound Meals on Wheels clients, and we will continue to provide M-F take-out meals to our Center Participants.  Masks are required in our building at all times.  Registration is still required for take-out meals.  See below. 

All in-person activities and day trips for the remainder of January will be cancelled.

The staff will remain divided on teams to ensure that if there is a staff exposure we have the ability to continue meal service using the non-exposed staff team.

There will be no Meals on Wheels delivery on Monday, January 17.  

Take Out Meals are available for ordering on Monday-Friday.  No dine-in meals are being served at this time. Click here for further details, menu listings, and ordering procedures.  

Virtual Program Offerings are still being offered!  Click here for full details, then scroll down the page. 


COVID-19 Updates


Social Distance is Especially Important for Older Adults

Thursday, April 9, 2020
 
Older adults and people who have underlying medical conditions may be at higher risk for more severe complications from COVID-19 (cdc.gov). The importance of social distancing, especially for those who fall into the above category, cannot be stressed enough. On April 5, 2020 The Montgomery County Office of Public Health (OPH) reported that the countywide total is 989 cases, and that 26 of the 27 deaths in the county were of people between the ages of 60-100+. “This underscores the need to protect the most vulnerable as well as ourselves by staying at home,” said Dr. Valerie A. Arkoosh, Chair, Montgomery County Board of Commissioners.
 
Even if you feel well and are asymptomatic, you should still stay home and stay safe. "Staying at home doesn’t mean making a daily stop at the grocery store because you need to get out of the house. Staying at home means you must stay at home," said PA Governor Tom Wolf referring to his April 1, 2020 stay at home order. Individuals may leave their residence only to perform certain life sustaining activities.
 
Click on the links below for more important information.
 
Why Should/Can I Leave the House?
Why Seniors are More at Risk.