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About the Facili​ty

The Ann Arbor Senior Center offers a range of programs, services and social activities to empower and engage older adults in healthy and meaningful ways. Our goal is to provide pro​grams and services that promote fitness and activity, reduce the risk of adverse health events, and provide recreational and cultural activities that can improve physical stamina and maintain cognitive functioning. We strive to make healthy activities fun while providing access to wellness information and support for older people and their families. We are proud to be a part of this community and we would be honored to have you join us. ​Programs and services for all ages are offered at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, and also in Burns Park. ​​​​

1320 Baldwin Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104


Brittany Patton,

Heather Nordenbrock,
Assistant Director/Rental Supervisor

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Kimlan Pham,
​Assistant Director

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2024 Notices

Check back regularly as these notices are updated. 

  • Hours
    • Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. ​
    • Friday: Noon-4 p.m. 

  • Monthly Drive-Through Events: The second Wednesday of every month.

​​ Membership

A year long membership is $25, and a family annual membership is $35. Memberships are required to participate in no-cost programs.​ No-cost memberships are available to income eligible families that apply for the Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation Scholarship program.​ Nonmembers may try each program, once, at no cost, prior to making their determination to join. Participation in a program following the free trial will incur a cost, depending on the program,​​ per person for nonmembers.


​​ Rent the Senior Center

Our space is the perfect place to connect with your community: convenient, accessible and available for rent! The Ann Arbor Senior Center offers a variety of amenities for your family celebration, club meetings and public classes.​ For additional information or to setup a time to view the facility, please call ​734.794.6250.

​​ Community Resources

Senior Center staff are available via phone to help find local resources for older adults. We can help you with a variety​​ of topics including home health care, food assistance, home repairs and maintenance, transportation, assistance for veterans, medicare/medicaid help, housing information and more. Give us a call at 734.794.6250 and we will do our best to point you in the right direction. ​​​


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Fridays, 10-11 a.m. Join us for a weekly guided one-mile, beginner-level walk at a different park in the City of Ann Arbor! Path conditions may include paved, unpaved, and boardwalks, all of which will have little or no elevation changes. Through June 21st, Eleva Potter of Natural Area Preservation will guide us and provide education on wildflowers, birds, amphibians, invasives, trees, and reptiles! A special walk at Matthai Botanical Gardens is planned for June 21st featuring an exploration of the conservatory and Great Lakes Garden! Pack your own water bottle, we will have a water refill station and provide a light snack. Each walk will be weather permitting, please bear with us in making these decisions, as we all know how unpredictable Michigan can be. Weather determination details are:

  • Weather forecasted to be below 50 degrees OR above 80 degrees will result in a cancellation.
  • A prediction of rain 50% or higher will result in a cancellation.
  • When the Air Quality Index (AQI) is above 150, a walk will be canceled (however cancellations may occur with an AQI of 101+ depending on other factors).
  • Cancellation notices will be sent via email. Please make sure you have registered with an email address that you check often.
  • Cancellations will be determined either:
    • ​By 3:30 p.m. the Thursday before the walk.
    • By 9 a.m. the morning of the walk.
  • If a w​alk is cancelled because of the weather, an alternative coffee social hour will be offered at the Senior Center from 10-11 a.m.
Instructions of where to meet will be emailed prior to Friday. Limited space due to limited parking. Preregistration required. Participants may sign up for a walk 2-weeks ahead of the walk date. Contact 734.794.6250. Free for members; $2 per walk for non-members (must be paid at the time of registration).​​

Monthly Events​

Care Consulting: Senior Caregiving Resources & How to Decide What's Best

Friday, May 24, 10-11:30 a.m. 

Miriam Vincent, care specialist of Ann Arbor Care Consulting, will teach about different caregiving resources and options in Washtenaw County. Topics will include in-home care, respite, assisted living, long term, memory care, palliative, and hospice care. Open to all ages 18+. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin. For questions and to RSVP contact [email protected] or 734.972.1074. Free of charge.

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​​Tech Talk: 4 Essential Computer Skills for Older Adults

Thursday, May 30, 2 p.m. 

Join James Giordani, Owner of Clear Computing for this educational workshop. Notice how it's gotten harder and harder to send emails, write documents, and browse the internet in the last few years? Come learn how tech companies are mucking things up and a few tricks to make using your computer easier. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Preregistration required by calling 734.794.6250. Free of charge.

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Travels With George: (almost) All About Spain

Thursday, June 6, 1:30-4 p.m. 

The best-laid travel itineraries can go awry, but sometimes, as in this 14-Day Western European Cruise, rerouted destinations can turn into unexpected treasures. On this trip our travelogue host, George Jabol, lost three days in Portugal due to a labor strike, but gained two ports in Spain and one in France. Our ship, the MS Rotterdam, took us first to Gibraltar, which we explored from the summit on down. Next came a series of walking tours in historic and beautiful Spanish cities, including Cartagena, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Alicante, Almeria (Granada), and Cadiz (Seville). Our final stop was in a picturesque corner of Normandy containing quaint fishing villages and sturdy stone buildings. Open to all ages 18+. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Preregistration required. Contact 734.794.6250. Free of charge. ​

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​Keepin' it *Cool* in June: Drive-through

Wednesday, June 12, noon-1 p.m. 

Join the Ann Arbor Senior Center, EHM Senior Solutions, and LifeChoices for this themed event! LifeChoices will have some cool ice cream treats and goodie bags. Limited spots available. Enjoy snacks, pick up information and socialize! Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Preregistration required. Contact 734.794.6250. Free for members; $5 nonmembers. 

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​Care Management by Natalie – Senior Support

Wednesday, June 12, 9:30-10:30 a.m. or 10:30-11:30 a.m. 

A Care Manager is a senior resources expert that can assist clients with: Discharging from the hospital, starting, or stabilizing caregiving structure in the home, remaining independent at home, choosing, and preparing to move to a senior community, creating medical stability or a new diagnosis roadmap, and support, education, and future planning. Together with Care Management by Natalie we can help find your right path through the aging process. To learn more about Care Management by Natalie click here. Sign up for a free 1-hour initial consultation, free of charge. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin. Preregistration required. Call 734.794.6250. Free of charge. ​

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June Blood Drive: Save Lives and Impact Our Community!

Friday, June 14, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 

Versiti Blood Center of Michigan is the local, non-profit blood center headquartered in Grand Rapids, serving more than 85 hospitals throughout Michigan, and collecting more than 130,000 units of blood each year. As the largest blood provider in the Midwest, your blood donations are needed to ensure that our community blood supply is stable and patient care is met. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin. Appointments preferred. Sign up available three ways: visit, click here, or call 866.MIBLOOD to schedule. Questions regarding the location call 734.794.6250.​

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Travels With George: Iceland

Thursday,June 20, 1:30-4 p.m.
A trip to Iceland has long been on travelogue host George Jabol's bucket list. Although short on duration, lasting only 6 days, the journey proved long on extraordinary scenic beauty. The trip begins in Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, which included visits to the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church and the Northern Lights Center, followed by an evening search for the mysterious swirling and dancing Aurora Borealis. A unique adventure followed with a visit to the Blue Lagoon, which is a natural pool of mineral-rich geothermal water set in the middle of a lava field in the Icelandic wilderness. A full day's tour called the Golden Circle showcased the Thingvelir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site located where the European and North American tectonic plates meet. And yet another tour visited the southern coast of Iceland where there is a black sand coastline, the gorgeous Seljalandsfoss waterfall, and other stunning scenery. This active, long-awaited trip kept George's camera exceedingly busy and was truly the fulfillment of a dream. Open to all ages 18+. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Preregister by contacting 734.794.6250. Free of charge. ​

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​Tech Workshop: Scam Jam! Learn How Fraudsters Operate and Make Billions

Thursday, June 27, 2 p.m.

Join James Giordani, Owner of Clear Computing for this educational workshop. Ripping people off has evolved into a multibillion dollar industry. Learn about the inner workings of these operations, their tactics, how to stay safe, and even about the scammers themselves. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Preregistration required by calling 734.794.6250.. Free of charge.​​

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Lunch & Learn

​​Join us every Wednesday for a new hands-on learning experience! Workshops provide an opportunity for members to learn from specialists in our community. Each week we invite a different local organization to come and share a presentation about their expertise and new ways to become involved in the community. ​​A light lunch will be provided. Preregistration required by calling 734.794.625. Free of charge.​​

Lunch & Learn: Fall Risk Reduction

Wednesday, May 15, noon-1 p.m. 

Better Living Fitness will provide a light lunch and discuss how to reduce the risk of falling. Topics will include: the Importance of Fall Prevention in Aging; Understanding Fall Risks: Identifying common causes of falls and Highlighting the role of muscle weakness and loss of balance; Exercise for Fall Prevention: Strength-building exercises for lower body muscles, and Balance exercises to enhance stability. A light lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Preregistration required by contacting 734.794.6250. Free of charge.

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Lunch & Learn: Choosing the Best Type of Community

Wednesday, May 22, noon-1 p.m. 

Hosted by Rick Young, owner of CarePatrol. Rick will help us answer the question: How do I know what type of community is best for my loved one? A light lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Preregistration required by contacting 734.794.​6250. Free of charg​e.​

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Lunch & Learn: 10 Essential Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Wednesday, May 29, noon-1 p.m. Join Visiting Angels as they discuss why asking questions is crucial and the ten specific questions that every patient should consider asking their doctors. The goal is to empower patients to take an active role in their healthcare journey and receive the information and care they deserve. Light lunch provided. Space is limited. ​Preregistration required by contacting 734.794.6250. Free of charge.​​

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Lunch and Learn: Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia

Wednesday, June 5, noon-1 p.m. 

Presented by the Alzheimer's Association Michigan Chapter. Alzheimer's is not normal aging. It's a disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking, and behavior. Join us in learning: the impact of Alzheimer's; the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia; stages and risk factors; research and available treatment; resources. Light lunch provided. ​Space is limited. Preregistration required. Contact 734.794.6250. Free of charge.​

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Lunch and Learn: Hospice 101: Demystify What Hospice Means and Learn How it can Help

Wednesday, June 19, noon-1 p.m. 

Don Hilliard, CER, with Heart to Heart Hospice is part of a dedicated team that provides compassionate end-of-life care to seniors and their families with a focus on dignity, comfort, and quality of life. From pain management to emotional support, spiritual care, and bereavement services, the team strives to ensure that seniors facing life-limiting illnesses receive the utmost care and compassion during their journey. Light lunch provided. Space is limited. Preregistration required. Contact 734.794.6250. Free of charge.

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Lunch & Learn: What to Expect When You Have Care Needs

Wednesday, June 26 , noon-1 p.m.

Hosted by EHM Senior Solutions and the LifeChoices program. You will become equipped with knowledge to identify and address the warning signs that may indicate that care is needed. We will discuss how to navigate the vast array of available resources, ensuring you can make informed decisions without feeling overwhelmed. Take charge of your future well-being and let's start the journey together towards peace of mind. Light lunch provided. Space is limited. Preregistration required. Contact 734.794.6250. Free of charge.​​

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Featured Artist

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Exhibit will be on display through the end of June. Come experience the emotionally profound work of Mickey Taylor! Mickey was born and raised in New York City on Manhattan's upper west side. Although his childhood horizon was set on the Hudson River, his world included the Museums of Modern Art and “The Met." He painted through his teens but then became an academic physician, clinician, researcher, and teacher, and so his creative juices went to those efforts. He worked at the University Medical Center here for a dozen years, retired in 2012 and started painting again.

Today, Mr. Taylor paints with brushes and oils on canvas in a basement studio filled by artificial light. The images come from public domains, personal photos, and imagination. He is self-taught, so he doesn't adhere to the styles and techniques encouraged in art schools. He has no overarching philosophy or theories to satisfy. The objects and people in his paintings are superficially representational. The places he paints have a personal connection while the people he paints are doing things that reflect the human condition. Mickey hopes to capture an underlying mood that the viewer will emotionally and cognitively experience: he wants the viewer to feel something. He gravitates to sad or pensive situations (abandoned towns and buildings, the elderly, people doing foolish things). He hopes the viewer's initial impression will be that the painting is attractive even though the topic may be less so. Please stop by the show at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave., (9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday) to browse Mickey's unique, and moving work. Call the center at 734.794.6250 for questions about visiting the exhibit. 

We​​ekly Activit​ies

Blueg​​rass Jam​​

Wednesdays, May 22 and June ​12, 26, ​7-9 p.m. (every second and fourth Wednesday) The A2 Bluegrass participants, from expert to novice, come from all over southeast Michigan to have fun with bluegrass jamming and singing. We draw a wide variety of musical Instruments including banjos, fiddles, standup and electronic bass, percussion, washboard, dobro, mandolin and the occasional harmonica. Open to all ages.​ Visit the Bluegrass website for more information. Cost is $5.​​​​

​Move and G​​roove​

Wednesdays, 9:30-10:15 a.m. In cooperation with Ballet Chelsea's Adaptive Dance Program (ADP), and with support from the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, this Move and Groove class for Seniors, taught by Kari Becker, is tailor made to the needs and abilities of the participants and aims to improve coordination and balance, endurance, flexibility, self-confidence and, for students, teamwork. Call to register.​ Free of charge.


Wednesdays, 1:30-3 p.m. What has 100 tiles, 225 squares, a multi-colored board and millions of fans of all ages, backgrounds, and locales? Calling all Scrabble lovers! Easy to teach, easy to learn and fun to play: this group is for people who like a little friendly competition and riotous conversation. All experience levels are welcome, so if you like the occasional game of Scrabble, then join us! Friends encouraged. Open to all ages 18+. ​Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Call 734.794.6250. Free for members; $2 for nonmembers.​

Trivia Over Zoom!

Wednesday, May 29, and June 5, 19, 1-2 p.m. Join us on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Invite your friends, grandchildren and neighbors to login and play with you, or be placed on a team with others. We will keep a tally of winners and at the end, will have prizes that you can pick up. Join Zoom Meeting URL by clicking here.​ Zoom Meeting ID: 979 1239 9740 Passcode: 194912. ​Questions? Contact 734.794.6250. ​Free for members; $2 nonmembers.​ 

Mind Matters

Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m. Join us for fun brain exercises that are designed to keep your brain young, strong, agile and ​​​​​​adaptable. No experience necessary – just bring a pen, paper and an open mind! Join Zoom Meeting URL by clicking here. ​Meeting ID: 947 2633 1603 Passcode: 739714. Free for members; $5 nonmembers.​

Artist's Open Studio​

Thursdays,​ 9:30-11 a.m. Calling all artists and craft enthusiasts! Join us for a weekly open studio where we invite you to bring your own projects and art equipment to work on in a creative, and supportive environment. Don't have your hands on a project or equipment? Not to worry – we have a collection of materials and craft projects that you can choose from (please call ahead to see what supplies are avai​lable). Friends encouraged. Open to all ages 18+. Located at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Free for members, $2 for nonmembers.​​​


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Thursdays, 12-3:30 p.m. Join us for sanctioned bridge at the Ann Arbor Senior Center with director, Matt Evett! No partner? No problem! Arrive by 11:30 a.m. and tell the director. Open to all ages 18+. Cost is members, $8; nonmembers, $9. ​​

Non-sanctioned Duplicate B​ridge Games

Mondays, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Directed by Ray Gentz, attracts players of all ages with varied levels of expertise including life masters to beginners. Open to all ages 18+. Members, $2; nonmembers, $3.​​

Instructional Bridge

Instructional bridge classes are directed by Ray Gentz and are open to all ages. Each class requires its own registration. Call to register. For more information, contact the instructor Ray Gentz at [email protected]. Open to all ages 18+.​Cost of each course is: $130, member; $156 nonmembers (drop-in option members, $15; nonmembers, $17). ​

  • Bridge II, Play of the Hand, Part III: Mondays, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., May 13-August 12 (No class May 27). Instructional bridge classes are directed by Ray Gentz and are open to all ages. This course focuses on declarer play using methods described in the required textbook. Also covered will be smaller sections on bidding review, defense and more. Each class consists of 90 minutes of presentation including a brief break. The last 30 minutes will be for students to play hands which will be analyzed with an emphasis on declarer techniques. Required text: “Play of Hand in the 21st Century” by Audrey Grant (ISBN-10: 0939460947). 

  • Bridge Defense, Part III: Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-noon, May 14- August 13 (No class on August 6 due to Election). Instructional bridge classes are directed by Ray Gentz and are open to all ages. This class is designed for beginners and low intermediate players who wish to improve their defensive play and do play practice with analysis. The class will run with lecture and discussion from the text for the first 60-75 minutes. Students will then play hands from a previous duplicate game during the remaining time. We will study chapters 7-9. ​Prerequisites: Bridge I/equivalent or prior experience. ​ Required text: Defense in the 21st Century by Audrey Grant (ISBN-10: ‎0939460653​​). 

  • Bridge Conventions with Supervised Play: Tuesdays, May 14-July 16, 1-3 p.m. Instructional bridge classes are directed by Ray Gentz and are open to all ages. This class is for advanced beginner through middle intermediate players who wish to learn new bidding and defense conventions, as well as review former ones like Stayman, Jacoby Transfers, Blackwood, opening leads, and more. No text needed! Handouts will be provided. Each class will start with 20-45 minutes of presentation on the topic at hand, followed by play where students will bid and play hands from the previous days' duplicate game. Hands are analyzed after completion to review the bidding, play, and defense. Prerequisites: Bridge for Beginners Parts I and II or instructor approval. Cost is $100, members; $120 nonmembers (drop-in fee: $15, members; $17, nonmembers).​

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​Sign Up for Spring/Summer 2024 Classes! Senior Focus classes are offered in partnership with Washtenaw Community College​ for adults 65+. Classes are held at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. Preregistration required. If after registering, you find you are unable to attend, please let us know so that we may open spots for other participants. Please note that all WCC senior-focused classes are free of charge regardless of membership status. 

Tai Chi (All Leve​​ls) (REGISTRATION FULL)​

Tuesdays, May 14-July 30, 10:30-11:30 a.m. (No class June 18 and July 2). ​​This free Tai Chi class combines martial arts movements with Qi (energy) circulation, breathing and stretching techniques. This class helps improve balance and overall health. Instructed by Karla Groesbeck. Class is open to all abilities. 

Line Dancing for Seniors (REGISTRATION FULL)​

Tuesdays, May 14-July 23, noon-1 p.m. (No class July 2).​ ​A line dance is a choreographed dance where everyone dances a repeating sequence of steps while arranged in one or more lines. This class provides low impact exercise and socializing. Instructed by Deliena Grantham.​ 

Adventures in Watercolor

Tuesdays, May 14-July 23, 1:30-3:30 p.m. (No class June 18 and July 2). ​Join this mindful community of painters for artistic inspiration, painting demos, art history, lively discussion and fun. All skill levels welcome. Participants will be required to provide their own materials. Instructed by Debra Golden. 

Intermediate T​​ai Chi      

​Wednesdays, May 15-July 31, 10:30-11:30 a.m. (No class June 19 and July 3)​. ​This free Tai Chi class combines martial arts movements with Qi (energy) circulation, breathing and stretching techniques. This class helps improve balance and overall health and is suitable for intermediate level Tai Chi students. Instructed by Karla Groesbeck. Class is open to all ages. 


Wednesdays, May 8-May 29, 2-3 p.m. This gentle, fun Yoga practice welcomes folks of all mobility levels and experience. Senior Focus Yoga is led by Tammy Wingfoote and includes modifications for individual needs and safe transitions in and out of yoga postures. Motor planning and fall prevention awareness is woven throughout the class to help improve mobility. Explore yoga postures in seated, mid plane, and standing positions, finishing the class in reclined peaceful relaxation. Enjoy the benefits of improved alignment, balance, strength, flexibility, and breath awareness through the ancient practice of Yoga. The use of props; chair, straps, or yoga blocks to support your practice is welcome. Students may use one of the limited number of mats at the Senior Center; it is suggested to bring your own mat. ​​

Italian Language C​lass​ - Intermediate (REGISTRATION FULL)

Thursdays, May 16-July 25, 10-11 a.m. (No class July 4). ​Planning a trip to Italy? Or are you passionate about the riches of this beautiful country known for its scenic landscape, excellent cuisine, operas, art, history and most important, its warm, fun, loving people? Come join native speaker, Nicola Parravano in learning to speak the language of love – Italian! The class will also explore the many wonderful characteristics of Italian culture.  Class will be held in a supportive, friendly and fun place to learn this beautiful language. Required book: “Italian for Dummies” 2nd Edition, ISBN-10: ‎111​8004655​.​ ​

Strength and Conditioning for Seniors (REGISTRATION FULL)

Fridays, May 17-August 2, 1-2 p.m. ​(No class June 14 or July 5). This fun and energetic class will improve your quality of life by providing training that will improve your strength, balance and mobility. We will keep it moving with easy-to-follow cardio moves. Classes are taught by fitness expert Michele Williams. Join us and let's get this fitness party started! ​

​​​​​​Community Resources​​

Catholic Social Services

  • A “go to” place for a comprehensive Senior Resource Connect Program including a list​​​ of phone numbers of the services seniors need. No religious affiliation necessary.

Jewish Family Services 

  • ​Providing expertise, compassion and personalized support through the aging experience.​ No religious affiliation necessary.

Call AgeWays to Get Connected with Resources and Programs

  • The Area Agency on Aging 1-B is celebrating its 50th birthday in 2024 with a name change! The nonprofit is now known as AgeWays Nonprofit Senior Services, a name that reflects its mission: helping people to age in the ways they choose. Call 800-852-7795 to learn about services, resources and classes for older adults and family caregivers. ​

Solo Learning: Aging In Place and Healthy Aging Highlights

  • As people age, they tend to want the same things: to stay in their homes, maintain independence, and turn to family and friends when they need help. If living at home is important to you, you may worry about getting around, staying safe, and keeping connected. Information on healthy aging and more tips from the National Institute on Aging at NIH is available here​.​​

Trualta: New Skills-Building Platform Offered for Family Caregivers

  • Ageways is now offering Trualta, a free online platform designed to help family caregivers navigate challenges, find local resources, and connect with other caregivers. Trualta’s learning modules, on subjects ranging from handling a loved one’s resistance to taking medications to managing pressure wounds, to taking care of oneself, can be read, listened to, or watched. There are resources, articles, checklists, videos, quizzes, and webinars to choose from. ​

NEW! LGBTQ+ Pride In Aging

  • The Turner Senior Wellness Program at Michigan Medicine and MiGen are teaming up to create a welcoming and inclusive space for older and maturing LGBTQ+ individuals and allies in Washtenaw County and the surrounding areas to connect, share resources, and support each other. Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect with other older adults in the community who share similar experiences. To sign up and receive communications about upcoming offerings click here. Contact [email protected] or call 734-998-9353.​

Donations & Equipment Lending

  • ​Looking to donate medical equipment? Looking to borrow equipment? The Ann Arbor Senior Center will take and lend gently used ADL equipment such as shower chairs, walkers, canes, and more. Call us at 734.794.6250. If you have other types of medical equipment to donate, please click here​ for a list of places that accept varying types of medical supplies. ​​​

Senior Moments

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CTN's monthly series, Senior Moments, provides valuable information for senior citizens on such issues as health, wealth, finance and entertainment by covering events and activities at senior centers in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area. Click below to watch the series and catch it on Comcast CTN Channel 16, on the last Sunday of the month at 5 p.m. Reruns Sundays at 5 p.m., Mondays at 8 a.m., Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 11 a.m. and Fridays at 5 p.m.  To access the series online, visit Senior Moments - YouTube.  The May segment features Kim McIntire, Recreation Manager of Pittsfield Township, and Stacie Jackson, Recreation Specialist, as they discuss updated information of the Pittsfield Township Senior Center and its upcoming event, programs, and classes. ​