The Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens provides leadership to and participates in community activities in advocating for rights, policies and funding that can enhance the lives and independence of seniors and disabled individuals.
The Office works to ensure efficient and timely access to information and resources by and for aging and disabled citizens.
What we do:
Provide information on community resources to aging and disabled citizens and the community at large. Educate community on needs of aging and disabled citizens; serve as resource for giving information and referrals to individual citizens; provide consultation to community groups on aging and disability issues.
Participate in community initiatives to sustain and improve funding and services to aging & disabled citizens.
Senior Day Out is quickly approaching!
- Click here to see the 12th Annual Senior Day Out Advertisement with all the event details.
- If you're ready to reserve your spot at the 2012 Senior Day Out, please fill out this Registration Form and return it to the Office for Aging and Disabled Citizens. Contact information can be found at the bottom of this page or on the RSVP form.
- If you are a vendor, click here to see the benefits of sponsoring this event. Click here for a Sponsor Form.
- If you'd like to reserve an exhibition table, please fill out this Exhibition Table Form.
AARP Tax Sites: Tax Preparation will be available from February 1 – April 15, 2013 at the sites listed here. AARP Tax Site closings due to weather follow the school closing schedule for the county in which the Tax Site is located.
Service Guide for Aging & Disabled Citizens
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Other Community Resources
For more information: please call Cindy Venable at 574.5092 or by clicking here.