Amy Vogel Waters, Director
The key to healthy aging is staying active in mind and body. Our cutting-edge senior center provides countless opportunities for seniors to take "new directions" to maintain their health. Located at 128 Providence St., the Senior Center is a bright and welcoming place for all seniors, their families and caregivers, elder service providers and the community at large.
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The July Scoop is available online! Please click on the link below to read our monthly newsletter, The Senior Scoop....
Posted: Friday 06/29/18 1:43 PM
"The No Evil Project is a nonprofit community art program challenging stereotypes by showing that a wide variety of people are doing good things. The 120 Worcester Senior Center seniors featured in the exhibit demonstrate not only the city's diverse population but challenge...
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No. There is no membership required, although registration is encouraged. Membership in the Friends of Worcester's Senior Center, Inc. will provide you with certain benefits such as receiving the monthly newsletter by mail. Call the Friends at: 508-799-1200.
No. While most programs are targeted towards older adults, younger people often receive services for caregivers or participate in inter-generational programs.
Yes. You may make a reservation for lunch by calling 508-799-8070 at least 2 days in advance. Donations accepted. See menu in the monthly Senior Scoop. You may also pay for breakfast, lunch, and/or snacks from Bobby M's Diner open every morning through early afternoon.
The Worcester Senior Center is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Senior Center is located on Vernon Hill with plenty of free parking at 128 Providence Street. WRTA bus #1 and #11 stop at the Senior Center; WRTA also provides curb-to-curb ADA transportation. For information on bus routes, ADA transportation and travel training, please call the WRTA at 508-453-3462. For assistance with your application for ADA transportation or to find out about reduced fares to and from the Worcester Senior Center, call 508-799-1232.
The Elder Affairs Division assists clients in finding more permanent solutions to meet their needs by referring clients to a variety of social service agencies and programs.