SENIORS ON THE MOVE
QUALITY PROGRAMMING FOR OLDER ADULTS
May Dugan Center provides the tools to help older adults stay active and engaged in their community. Our goal is to empower older adults with the resources to help better manage financial, physical and emotional well-being as well the deepening of social connections to help support aging in place.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Seniors on the Move Program was launched in 2015 to provide socialization for older adults as well as guidance on issues that affect their lives including wellness information, workshops, health screenings and group sessions. Over time the program has grown to include learning opportunities in technology, creative arts as well as group activities and topics of interest members of the program would like to learn more about.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, services are primarily offered virtually with one happy exception! Watch the group gather together safely in September with help from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's Joy Ride and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
HOW TO ACCESS SERVICES
Virtual meetings are currently held on Tuesdays 10 - 11am and Thursdays 10 - 11:30am. If you or someone you know would like to learn more about joining the program, please contact Senior Health & Wellness Coordinator Vanessa Jackson email@example.com | 216-631-5800 x139.
GET INVOLVED | VOLUNTEER
We are currently seeking virtual instructors on Tuesdays to share their knowledge on a variety of topics with a great group of older adults. Contact Vanessa Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org | 216-631-5800 x139 to find out more.
Last year, the Seniors on the Move Program:
Provided 1,956 quality of life contacts to 35 older adults
Provided 657 food deliveries to vulnerable older adults through May Dugan Center's Produce & Food Program.
The Seniors on the Move Program is supported by:
The McGregor Foundation
Thatcher Family Fund
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture