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Services We Offer

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On Thursday, April 25, Fearrington Cares will provide opportunities for you to reflect, learn and plan — don’t miss the programs. Our nurse regularly meets with individuals and families to discuss this topic. If you are interested, call the Center (919–542–6877, weekdays between 9 am and 1 pm) to schedule an appointment.
See our NEWS article on Fearrington Edge “Cutting the Cord….Are You Ready?” program held on April 09th at The Gathering Place and attended by 94 people. If you attended and didn’t get a copy of the presentation slides before the supply on-hand was exhausted, you can use this link to review, download, and print the program slides for your convenience. 
REPEATING Cutting The Cord…Are You Ready,” Thursday, April 25th, 1:30 p.m. at the Gathering Place.  Due to an overwhelming response we are repeating this presentation. If you are considering alternatives to your conventional cable or satellite providers, plan to attend this Fearrington Edge discussion. Mark Asman will discuss options for replacing conventional cable providers with internet-based services that could, depending on your preferences and choices, reduce your monthly costs. This Program Replaces the Education Program  “Hard Choices for Loving People” originally scheduled for April 25th.
Wednesday, April 24th at 10:00 a.m., Alcoholics Anonymous 1st Weekly Meeting at the Fearrington Cares Center. Meetings will then be on each Wednesday morning at 10:00 at the Center.  
** Starting May 7th **New Tuesday Movement Class- Tai Chi, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Gathering Place. A new class taught by May Su, an instructor with more than 20 years experience. Tai Chi embraces the mind, body, and spirit – Originating in ancient China, Tai Chi is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body.
Join Our Movement Classes! Regular movement and stretches help keep you healthy. We provide classes for you every weekday from 11:30 a.m.—12:30 pm.  See this MOVEMENT CLASSES calendar for class descriptions and class schedules.
Brain Injury -“Brainiacs” — 10:00 a.m. at the Fearrington Cares Center on Thursdays, April 18 and 25, 2019. This group is open to anyone who has had a traumatic brain injury, stroke or similar condition. Meets weekly for an hour on Thursdays.
Parkinson’s Disease Support Group. Wednesday, May 01, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.–11:20 p.m. in the Gathering Place. The group meets twice a month on the first and third Wednesdays.
Caregiver’s Support Group, Wednesday, May 01, 2019 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Fearrington Cares Center. Meetings offer participants an opportunity to share experiences, vent, find support and comfort and learn about additional resources in Fearrington and the larger community. For further information please call Karen Shectman (785-554-8078), or Karen Metzguer (919-542-6877).
Don’t be taken in by these two continuing phone scams — (1) Many people in the area are currently receiving phone calls with a live person on the other end claiming to be calling from Medicare asking if you have received your new Medicare ID card. The caller also asks for your Social Security. Be aware that Medicare NEVER places such calls to anyone. It is a SCAM. Just hang up without engaging in ANY sort of conversation; do not try to engage the caller in by challenging what you are told.  (2) Also, a recent Social Security phone scam makes you out to be the criminal. How to avoid falling for it. See the details here.
Volunteers Always Needed and Welcomed! Fearrington Cares can always use more volunteer drivers, handy people, computer jocks, and Fearrington Friends. If you have any interest in or questions about volunteering, please call the Center (919-542-6877).
Fearrington Cares volunteers are delivering dinner once a month to resident family caregivers and their partners in February, March, and April. Please call the Center (919-542-6877) to be added to the roster of “All-Star Caregivers” living in Fearrington.
  • Especially now that we are likely to experience strong spring thunderstorms with frequent intense lightning and possible high winds and even damaging hail, Duke Energy (soon to be Dominion Energy) encourages everyone to have a plan should another severe storm cause extended power outages. You can sign up for outage alerts by texting REG to 57801 or enroll online.

Nursing Services

Fearrington Cares offers the services of a Registered Nurse right here in the Village during office hours.

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Transportation

Volunteer drivers provide limited (within a 25-mile radius) transportation for specific needs.

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Computer Assistance

Computer Help volunteers can help you with connecting wires and troubleshooting other minor hardware and networking issues with PCs and Macs.

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Minor Home Repair

Handy Person volunteers can help with minor home repairs and small maintenance issues.

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Fearrington Friends

Fearrington Friends volunteers connect one-to-one with residents who may benefit from a friendly visit and regular social contact.

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Equipment Loans

Fearrington Cares can loan you equipment for medical needs or for visiting children.

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Support Groups

Fearrington Cares sponsors support groups that provide a safe place to explore the challenges, feelings and rewards that come with dealing with chronic health conditions, caregiving, grief and other issues.

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Movement Classes

Fearrington Cares sponsors Movement Classes every weekday at the Gathering Place.

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Educational Offerings

Fearrington Cares offers Educational Opportunities throughout the year on a variety of topics.

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Questions? Need More Information?

Contact Fearrington Cares (919-542-6877 or info@fearringtoncares.org) or just stop by the Center (9 a.m.–1 p.m., Monday–Friday)