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Staying Social in the Winter


The winter months can be difficult- especially once the holidays are over. With snowy weather and icy roads, you may be tempted to stay home instead of venturing outside. The gray, cloudy weather can also be depressing and make you feel more isolated. Today on the blog we’re going to look at ways to stay social during these early winter months and beyond.  


Communal meals/Senior Cafes (there is usually a $3 suggested donation for lunch and you may need to reserve your meal in advance, call ahead for details). 


Friendly caller programs 

  • Connected Companions (Turner Senior Wellness Center)- Volunteers call weekly or biweekly to discuss interests. Call (734) 998-9353. 
  • Saline Area Senior Center– This is an intergenerational program where students from Saline High School provide a friendly chat over the phone. Call (734) 429-9274. 
  • WISE Comfort Line (JFS)- Volunteers call weekly. Call (734) 769-0209. 


Memory Cafes  


Senior centers 


Social Outings 


Virtual senior centers  




Be sure to visit the Senior Resource Connect Online Senior Resource Directory for information about social programs in your community. 

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