Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Connected

Below you will find a list of online resources to help our senior clients stay healthy and connected.

FBS Resources

Senior Shopping Hours

Please Note: Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases, with few exceptions.

Fitness Online

Churches Going Virtual

Music & Concerts

Crosswords, Puzzles, & Games

Virtual Museums

Meditation & Stress Relief

Books & Learning Online

Shows & Performances

Do you know of a great virtual resource for our seniors? Email us your favorite sites!

2 thoughts on “Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Connected

  1. After living in Sugar Land for about 30 years and moving away for 15 and coming back to live in Rosenberg and being a Senior citizen, I am lost. One of my sons lives here and I am a widow. I was wanting to get out and meet people and the Pandemic came along. If anyone can send me any information of locations in the area of things to do, I would certainly appreciate it. I do drive. Sometimes I need help and I’m not wealthy but I do not mind paying for help. Please respond if you have any information you think I could use. Thank you.

    1. Hello Mina, Welcome back! We have a congregate center on Band Road in Rosenberg (Near Lowes) where you could meet people if it were open. We had to temporarily close due to covid. Some churches in the area are holding limited in person services, you might check there. Sadly social isolation is a huge problem right now.

      If you are over 60 and need help with meals please call us at 281-633-7049 to get in touch with a case manager or fill out the form here: https://fortbendseniors.org/programs-and-services/referrals/

      Another idea is volunteering? https://fortbendseniors.org/volunteer/

      We hope to see you at the Center when we reopen!

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