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Seniors who are starting to date should arm themselves with revised expectations, an open mind, and a willingness to encounter a few rejections, then to go out and enjoy themselves.
If you are age 55 years or older or disabled, live in Rich Township, and have an established need for services, we are here to serve you.
Each Area Agency on Aging contracts with an Information and Assistance (I&A) provider who assesses the needs of the individual calling for assistance, links the caller to specific services, and then provides follow-up to ensure, when possible, that the needed services were received.
Monthly Lunch Calendar ****We are currently in need of volunteer nurses to take blood pressure on Thursday mornings, if you think you can help out please call the senior center at 708-748-5454, thanks!
The Rich Township Senior Center is in need of volunteers to deliver meals to the homebound.
The agency receives federal funds under the Older Americans Act whereby it serves over 500,000 individuals and is the focal point for planning services for the aging, developing comprehensive information about New Jersey’s older adult population and its needs, and maintaining information about services available to older adults throughout the state. Seniors and adults with disabilities in need of long-term services and supports have information and easy access to community-based alternatives through an enhanced service delivery system known as the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC).
The ADRC is a state initiative with the the 21 Area Agencies on Aging who serve as the county lead agencies with other state and local governmental and nonprofit agencies in the aging and disability services networks.