Aging Services Demographic Reports
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Meals on Wheels & More Program:
Home Delivered Meals – Volunteers deliver meals to elderly or disabled persons in their homes. Lunch and evening meals are available weekdays and on weekends.
Senior Dining - Lunch-time meals are served through the Senior Dining Program on weekdays at five locations throughout Kenosha County for persons aged 60 and over and their spouses. Activities and information about services available in the community are also provided.
Friendly Visits – Volunteers make weekly visits to frail elderly persons in their homes to provide companionship and to reduce isolation.
Volunteer Transportation – Volunteer drivers provide rides for elderly and disabled persons to medical appointments, shopping, and other essential trips.
Daybreak Group Respite - Group respite care is offered to persons with Alzheimer's Disease or related dementia and their caregivers. Daily activities are provided in a warm, caring environment at sites located in Bristol, Kenosha and Twin Lakes. Click here to see Monthly Activities.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Progra
Retirees age 55 and over are recruited as volunteers to share their valuable experience and skills with not-for-profit organizations. Volunteers receive training, volunteer opportunities matching their skills and interests, transportation assistance, recognition and other support services.
Benefit Specialist Program
Advocacy, advice and information are provided for older persons encountering problems in obtaining needed benefits. Group workshops are held on Medicare benefits and coverage.
Information, Assistance & Access Program
Information about services available to older adults, and adults with developmental or physical disabilities and their families is provided by phone or through office visits. Assistance in accessing services, long-term care options counseling, eligibility and enrollment into Long-Term Care funding programs is also provided.
Winter Closing Procedures