Blood Pressure - Blood Sugar Screening @ The Neal Senior Center

First, Second and Third Tuesdays of each month
from 8:00 am - 12:00 Noon 
The Council on Aging provides a place Monday through Thursday from 8 AM-5 PM and Friday 8 AM-1PM for adults age 55 and older to easily access information and services as well as to meet to socialize and enjoy participating in programs and special seasonal events.

*Housing; Provides management, development and service coordination for seniors in our housing program. The COA owns and manages 37 subsidized units and 48 units in partnership with the Lions Club for a total of 85 units. We have 36 units of affordable housing adjacent to Neal Center.

*Nutrition; Coordinates and delivery of over 200 individual meals per day at three congregate meal sites and through Meals on Wheels.

*Outreach and Assistance; Provides home repairs, respite, in home services, emergency assistance, nutritional supplies, incontinent supplies, food pantry and other services to older adults. Staff and a coordinated system of volunteers provide these services which allow the elderly to live healthier and more safely in their homes reducing numbers prematurely placed in long-term care.

 

Services Spotlight-Telephone Reassurance

Services Spotlight-Telephone Reassurance

Do you, or someone you know, live alone and have little contact with people? If the answer is yes, the Council on Aging/Telephone Reassurance Program might be right for you. This program is especially for seniors age 60 and better that would like for someone to make phone contact with them Monday through Friday. On these days, a volunteer will call to make sure you are up and okay. If the volunteer does not get an answer, they will notify a contact person who will come check on you. If you are interested in this program or being a volunteer to make calls with this program, please call Senior Center at 704.482.3488.

Ladies Support

Ladies Support

When: Second Tuesday of Every Month (Except Holidays)
Time: 11:30AM
Cost: No Charge

After the death or divorce of a spouse, one deals not only with personal bereavement, but also with new dilemmas in almost every aspect of life.

Employment, financial and legal affairs, housing arrangements, and even meal preparation are all situations that present new challenges for both the men and women.

In handling these altered circumstances, many people around the country are finding an important source of support and guidance in voluntary support programs, which put them in touch with others who have themselves, experienced similar situations.

The Cleveland County Council on Aging/Senior Center has a Ladies Support Group for 55 years of age or older. These groups provide a variety of programs that deal with such topics as caring for your car, depression, cooking for one, self-protection and health information. It is a great way to learn new stuff and socialize with people in your community.

Coping with life after the death or divorce of a loved one becomes even more difficult as one realizes and deals with unfamiliar activities and loneliness. We welcome you to come and experience the camaraderie with this wonderful group of ladies. They meet monthly for educational, social and recreation events. The Ladies Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Senior Center at 11:30 for lunch and a program.

For further information please call Senior Center at 704-482-3488.

Commodities

Commodities

Sign up: February, May, August, & November
Distribution: March, June, September, & December



 

Computer Lab

Computer Lab

When: Open Monday-Thursday(Except Holidays)
available to use between the hours of 8:30AM-4:30PM

For instructors help must make an appointment

Dub Peeler is available each Friday by appointment only. To make an appointment, call the Senior Center at 704.482.3488.

Legal Aid

Available on Wednesday's at 10AM by Appointment Only
Attorney: Mr. J.A. West

Notary

When: Call Ahead for Appointment Monday-Thursday 9AM-4PM
and Fridays 9AM - 12pm
Notary: Teresia Ladd