Senior Activity Centers

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The most important reason for senior adults to visit a senior center is the socializing opportunities and the wide variety and broad spectrum of recreation activities, education, transportation and the nutrition program. Individuals age 60+ (and spouses regardless of age) can socialize with old friends and develop new ones. Services offered are hot nutritious noon time meals, transportation to the center, as well as shopping, doctor’s appointments, beauty shop, etc., evidence-based programs, activities including Beanbag Baseball, Wii games, exercise equipment, trips, billiards, bingo, library, puzzles, computers, special events, home delivered meals and much more.


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Senior centerSenior Centers are a great place for seniors to meet new friends, renew old acquaintances, have a hot nutritious lunch, or join in exercise, computer, and other classes. Enjoy dancing, pool, bingo, quilting, card games, or a quiet afternoon putting a puzzle together.

The centers also provide:

  • Regularly scheduled transportation for
    seniors who no longer drive
  • Home-delivered meals for the frail elderly

The Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Arkansas contracts with other agencies to provide senior center services.

These partnering agencies include:

  • Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Arkansas
    Baxter, Boone, Marion, Newton, Searcy Counties – Director of Senior Center Services,
    Adria Bueg
    Washington County - Director of Senior Center Services, Angie Dunlap
    1510 Rock Springs Road
    PO Box 1795
    Harrison, AR 72602
    (870) 741-1144
    Fax: (870) 741-6214
    Email

  • Office of Human Concern
    Benton, Carroll and Madison Counties - Executive Director, Susan Moore
    506 East Spruce
    P.O. Box 778
    Rogers, AR 72757-0778
    (479) 636-7301
    Fax: (479) 636-7312
    Email
    www.eohc.org 

Senior Activity Centers listed by county:

Aging Services Program (Elderly Nutrition):

Arkansas will receive additional funds through the federal stimulus package to administer a range of aging services programs including Congregate Nutrition Services and Home-Delivered Nutrition Services – Meals on Wheels Provider. The Department of Human Services Division of Aging and Adult Services will receive the recovery monies allocated to Arkansas to enhance  these programs at the local level.