Orlando Senior Help Desk coronavirus information
May 8, 2020
Margie had been wondering if there was a shelter-at-home order in her county. She didn't really use the computer very much, but her daughter had recommended she look at the Orlando Senior Help Desk's website when she was looking for some assistance for her husband who had recently been ill. She remembered how easy it was. She went to http://www.orlandoseniorhelpdesk.org, and right there on the front of the site was an area saying "COVID-19 Coronavirus" with a big easy button saying "Information." She clicked on the link and found several easy connections to everything she was looking for, and then some.
During this time of confusion, the Orlando Senior Help Desk, sponsored by The Jewish Pavilion, is there to help. You can now find information, helpful links, stories and articles regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus at http://www.orlandoseniorhelpdesk.org . You can also link to other senior services and information, all free.
After years of spending time in elder-care facilities, the staff of the Jewish Pavilion realized that there was a need for free referrals and information for seniors and their families in Central Florida. For the last six years, The Orlando Senior Help Desk has been offering free advice and guidance in Seminole, Orange, and now Osceola, Lake, Marion and Sumter counties.
Recently, staff of the Orlando Senior Help Desk has been able to help seniors and their families from across the United States to find elder-care facilities, transportation services, legal services, Medicare information, home healthcare and many other items. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to their mailing list and sent and informative newsletter once monthly.