July 21, 2011

Seniors Count Appoints Project Director

Seniors Count is pleased to announce that Melissa Murphy, of Dover, New Hampshire, will step into the role of Project Director. read more



June 18, 2010

Seniors Count Symposium, Neighbors Care: Let’s Make It Happen!Promotes Livable Communities for Manchesterís Frail Elderly.

Seniors Count, a community collaborative dedicated to improving the lives of frail seniors, hosted the 10th Annual Seniors Count Symposium to celebrate the successes of the many partners and learn about the concept of livable communities for Manchesterís frail elderly. read more



November 2, 2009

$1.2 Million Grant from the Administration on Aging Awarded to Seniors Count.

For many frail seniors, remaining at home as they age can prove to be difficult because there is currently little coordination among medical services, community living/social services and caregiver support. Read more But a recent grant for $1.2 million from the Administration on Aging to Easter Seals NH, the Fiscal Agent for Seniors Count, will change that for seniors in the greater Manchester area. read more





August 26, 2009

Help Local Elderly Prepare Their Homes for Winter: Grab a Rake and Join the Seniors Count Fall Clean Up Event

MANCHESTER, NH – The leaves are blowing and piling up everywhere. There are many senior citizens throughout the Queen City who own their own homes but are unable to perform routine yard work. read more


December 1, 2008

From Warming Centers to Warm Clothes, Queen City Seniors Will Get a Hand

MANCHESTER, NH – Between heating costs and New England’s raw winters, the coming months could present a real challenge to Manchester’s frail seniors.  Through the collaborative efforts of Seniors Count the Salvation Army, Southern NH Services, and other organizations, there will be a numbers of options to help seniors the stay warm this winter. read more


June 20, 2008


BEDFORD, NH – A symposium of senior service organizations from the Manchester area yesterday called attention to the importance of strong, supportive neighborhoods for the health and happiness of older residents. read more



June 6, 2008

SUPPORT OF SENIORS A TOP COMMUNITY PRIORITY; Survey Details Need for Additional Services

MANCHESTER, NH – The vast majority of Queen City residents feel support of senior citizens is a top priority, but a surprising number do not feel their community is a good place for those who need help staying in their homes, according to a recent survey. read more