Congregate noontime meals are served at most of the centers Monday through Friday.
Home Delivered Meals are taken to those unable to leave their homes due to illness, disability or frailty and meet the eligibility requirements.
Menus are approved by a registered dietitian and provide 1/3 of the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) and comply with Arkansas’ Division of Aging & Adult Services standards.
Nutritional programs and information are available.
Various activities are offered to promote social interaction. Special events, entertainment, and trips are also planned.
- Weekly bingo
- Live Music
- Puzzles & Games
- Cards & Dominoes
Wellness programs provide a variety of programs at little or no cost to enhance the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual health and well-being of seniors. (Not all programs are offered at every center, contact centers for their list.)
Programs and Activities may include:
- Move with Balance
- Tai Chi
- Exercise Classes
- Walking Clubs
- Quiz Bowl
- Bean Bag Baseball
- Diabetes and Chronic Disease Workshops
- New programs are continually being developed.
Transportation services are available through local senior centers. They provide transportation to and from the centers, local grocery stores, pharmacies, recreational outings, and other places as scheduled.
Volunteers play a critical role within the nutrition and wellness programs. There are opportunities to volunteer in the following ways:
- During noon meal time
- Delivering Home Delivered Meals
- Socialization and Recreational activities
- Wellness Programs
- Fund raising events
- Special events
- Any ideas utilizing your skills
All gifts of time are welcome as an individual, students, as well as corporate/group volunteers.