Supporting People Who Are Grieving

article from Aging Gracefully, a newsletter of the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities Death and grief are a part of life. Some think a person with a developmental disability cannot understand death, so they avoid the topic and try to shield them. The permanency of death may be difficult for some people with developmental […]

September is National Preparedness Month- Tips for Older Adults

Ohio Department of Aging offers preparedness tips and resources for older adults September is National Preparedness Month Columbus, Ohio – During National Preparedness Month, the Ohio Department of Aging reminds all Ohioans that older adults may have a harder time adjusting during emergencies and extreme conditions than younger people do. This makes it even more […]

Suicide and the Elderly

Suicide and the Elderly  Suicide by older adults is more common than we think. Every suicide is a tragedy, and to some degree a mystery. Suicide often stems from a deep feeling of hopelessness. The inability to see solutions to problems or to cope with challenging life circumstances may lead people to see taking their […]

Join Us for Lunch!

In cooperation with the Lucas County Senior Nutrition Program, through Valley Food, a healthy, nutritious lunch is available every weekday at 11:30.  Call the center at least 24 hours in advance for a meal reservation.  The menu is posted under “Nutrition” on our website.  Come join us for lunch!  Not only will you get out of […]

Senior Prom 2019- sponsored by Area Office on Aging in conjunction with Toledo Public Schools

A big shout out to Toledo Public Schools for once again hosting the Senior Citizen Prom in April 2019.  This event is always a sell-out and is highly anticipated by our clientele.  This year’s theme was “Dancing Through the Decades”.  Our center fully participated in this year’s event.  A group of 12 people attended the event […]