Six County contracts with area senior centers to provide services such as transportation for shopping or medical appointments; Legal seminars, health education, and provide a location for the Senior Nutrition Program to prepare and distribute meals in both homebound and congregate settings. Centers also have a number of activities to promote health and wellbeing of area seniors.
Includes Senior Center Services such as Information & Referral, Outreach, Assessment Screening, Legal and Supportive Services, Transportation for medical appointments and necessary shopping to keep seniors in their home, Health Insurance Information Program (Medicare Drug plans and other Medicare information), Health Fairs, Advocacy, Elder Abuse, Awareness, Preventive Health Programs and other Services. Eligibility is for those 60 years of age and older and their spouses (regardless of age). All services are by donation only. No fees can be assessed to any service that is supplemented with Federal funds from the Older Americans Act.
Eligibility is for those 60 years of age and older and their spouses (regardless of age). An Assessment, by the local Senior Center Administrator, is required for the Home Delivered Meal Program. There is no charge for qualified seniors but a suggested donation of $2.50 per meal (or what they can afford) is requested. Meals are not denied if a senior is unable to make a donation.