Mar 29

Jigsaw Puzzle Swap at the Library

Mar 09

New York Connects

March 29 at the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Susan Dornan, NY Connects Coordinator of Warren-Hamilton Counties Office for the Aging will provide an overview on long term care services and supports available for people of all ages.  She will provide information about NY Connects, Long Term Care Council, Office for the Aging, Medicare’s Savings Program and free preventive services, home care, transportation and more.  You will have an opportunity to ask questions about long term care services and supports available.  She will also have information on the new Caregiver Support Initiative through SUNY Plattsburgh Center for Neurobehavioral Health that offers paid respite, support and much more.  If you are not able to attend and have questions, please call 1-866-805-3931.

NY Connects is a locally based “No Wrong Door” system that provides one stop access to free, objective, comprehensive information and assistance for people of all ages needing long term services and supports. … In 2007, NY Connects was statutorily mandated through section 203(8) of the New York State Elder Law.



2017-2019 NY Connects LTCC brochure.pdf revised Oct 2017



Feb 28

Calendar of Events

Dec 20

Why Use the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library?


Nov 23

Office for the Aging

Newsletter – Spring Edition Rev A3 March 2018

Above is the attachment for the March Newsletter for Seniors.


Jan 12

One to One Computer help is Available

1 to 1 computer help is available!

Topics that can be covered in a 1-to-1 session include:

Basic PC use & terminology • Using a mouse and keyboard • Internet searching and using popular websites • Filling out online forms • Creating and managing an email account • Creating and formatting Microsoft Word documents • Basic Microsoft Excel • Free library books on your device • Other topics may be available on request.

Registration is required. For more information or to book an appointment, please call 518 696-3423 or 518 403 4116.