Senior centers serve as a gateway to the nation’s aging network—connecting older adults to vital community services that can help them stay healthy and independent. Senior centers are designated focal points for delivery of OAA services—allowing older adults to access multiple services in one place. SeniorAge offers services through 36 senior centers covering 17 counties in southwest Missouri. Our senior centers offer a wide variety of programs and services, including meal and nutrition programs; information and assistance; health, fitness, and wellness programs; access to transportation services; public benefits counseling; volunteer and civic engagement opportunities; social and recreational activities; educational and arts programs and much more.
A little help and support goes a long way in helping a senior stay independent and in their own homes. Whether you live alone, with family or friends, or in a retirement community, you may receive in-home services. Some individuals may feel more at ease with an emergency pendant or the installation of grab bars to increase safety. Others may need help with meals, bathing, or household chores. Whatever your needs, SeniorAge can help you identify and access the services that help you remain at home.
We have expert help available to guide you through the Medicare maze.
Our Tax Counseling for the Elderly Program (TCE) helps individuals 60 and over file simple tax returns, apply for property tax credits and renters rebates FREE of charge.
We help consumers navigate their way through the health care coverage options mandated by the federal government.
We are the voice for all seniors! Your Area Agency on Aging advocates for people just like you and your neighbors—those who want to retain as much independence as possible as you age. Read the stories on how your Area Agency on Aging saves lives.
We recognize the important role caregivers like you play in our community. Through our family caregiver support program, we can help you can access community services and resources designed to make your caregiving easier while respecting the independence and dignity of your loved one.
Starr Kohler retired as CEO from SeniorAge in December of last year, but her legacy and good work continue to gain recognition and momentum. Starr was recently honored with the Lieutenant Governor’s Women of Achievement Award and will be honored alon…