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Senior Centers

Community facilities are where older adults can gather and make new friends. While programs vary by center, most offer outreach programs, meals, information, health screenings and counseling, and a variety of educational, fitness and volunteer programs.

Senior Centers by County

A senior center is a place where older adults can congregate to eat and fulfill many of their social, physical, emotional, and intellectual needs. The Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio provides funding to senior centers so they can provide meals, education/recreation programs, transportation, and other services to older adults for little to no cost.

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West Kinship Club

June 16, 2017

Grandparents and Relatives Raising Children Keep Families Together In northwest Ohio, there are an estimated 9,170 children living with grandparents and other relatives who are serving as their primary caregivers. Lucas County older adults are 13% more likely to have grandchildren living in their home than the average older Ohioan ...

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