To ensure that our elder residents are provided an opportunity to age and live a life-style based on independence, dignity, and security; to assess needs and provide services through an array of general programs, information and socialization opportunities to seniors age 60 and older.
Senior Centers serve as a welcoming place for older people at risk of losing their ability to remain self-sufficient.
As described by the National Association of Senior Centers “Senior Centers are an entry point to an array of services that will assist them as they ‘age in place.’ Senior Centers offer a wide range of health, education, recreation, volunteer, and other social interaction opportunities for their participants that enhance dignity, support independence, and encourage community involvement. Centers are also a resource for the entire community, providing services and information on aging, and assisting family and friends who care for older persons. Senior Centers can optimally provide a social environment conducive to the development of a social support system reducing loneliness and depression.”
We invite older adults, their families, and their friends to visit the Senior Center any weekday to learn more about what we have to offer.
Please refer to our monthly newsletter for detailed information of all of our activities, events and services.