The purpose of the Senior Center's online bulletin board is to share opportunities and information that will enlighten, entertain, educate and enhance the lives of our senior population, 55 years of age and older.
The online bulletin board is a platform for non-profit, community and senior services groups to share information such as free educational seminars, socially-engaging presentations and volunteer opportunities. Posted information must be approved by the Senior Center staff. If your organization has a no-cost event or volunteer opportunity for older adults you would like to share, please email Outreach Coordinator Tiffany Hunt at email@example.com.
Lunch and a Show: North Olmsted seniors are invited to enjoy a catered lunch before the matinee performance of Clue. Reservations required by November 17. View the flyer for more info.
Farmers Market: The Frostville Farmers Market located in the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation at 24101 Cedar Point Road is now open! Visit the market on Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., with 9:30 -10:00 a.m. designated for senior and immune comprised shoppers only. Learn more: https://www.frostvillefarmersmarket.com/
Maple PTA Produce Market: In collaboration with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, the Maple PTA will provide free, fresh produce for the North Olmsted community at Maple Intermediate School. This is a drive-through service, so you do not have to leave your vehicle. See the flyer for 2021-2022 market dates.
Cleveland Clinic Virtual Presentations: Cleveland Clinic is offering virtual seminars on a variety of health topics. The events are free but registration is required. Click here to view upcoming sessions.
Virtual Grief Support: Hospice of the Western Reserve offers a variety of support groups for anyone who has had a loved one pass away. View the schedule here.
Parkinson’s Foundation: PD Health @ Home: Visit the Parkinson’s Foundation website for at home programming for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease updated weekly. Visit https://www.parkinson.org/understanding-parkinsons/coronavirus/PD-health-at-home
Medicare Webinars: The Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) provides Medicare beneficiaries with free, objective health insurance information, one-on-one counseling and educates consumers about Medicare, Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D), Medicare Advantage options, Medicare supplement insurance. Turning 65? New to Medicare? Join OSHIIP for a “Welcome to Medicare” webinar. Webinars are offered several dates and times through the year. Visit https://insurance.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/odi/consumers/medicare/medicare-counseling-and-webinars.
University Hospitals Virtual Webinars: UH is offering virtual seminars from their health experts. The virtual seminars include a presentation by physicians who are experts in their field, followed by a Q&A session. The events are free but registration is required. Visit https://www.uhhospitals.org/Health-Talks to view upcoming sessions or previous webinars.
Hospice of the Western Reserve: Remote and in person opportunities are available. Learn more here.
American Red Cross: Is in urgent need of volunteer blood donor screeners. Learn more here.
Aging with Pride: The University of Washington and the Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action are offering a free telephone support program for LGBTQ adults with dementia and their loved ones. Learn more here.
Dementia Caregiver Study: Case Western Reserve University School of Nursing is conducting a research study on caregiver health and stress in individuals caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Study participants will be compensated for their time. Learn more here.
Emergency Broadband Benefit: The FCC is offering a temporary benefit to help households afford internet service during the pandemic. Qualified individuals and families can receive up to $50 a month discount for broadband internet service. Learn more here.
Homebound COVID Vaccination: The Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging is coordinating COVID vaccines for homebound individuals. Learn more here or call 216-621-0303.
PCs for People offers free computers to eligible seniors. Eligible individuals will pick up their computer at local Cuyahoga County branch libraries. Click here for the registration form and eligibility requirements.
Cleveland Sight Center Independent Living Program: The Independent Living Older Blind Program is an in-home training program designed for seniors with visual disabilities. The goal is to serve individuals dealing with blindness or low vision, empowering them to maximize their independent functioning. View details here.
Social Security: Although Social Security offices are currently not offering service for walk-in visitors, you may be able to schedule an appointment for limited, critical issues if you cannot be helped by phone and cannot get the information you need or conduct your business online. Click here for the local office number and information.
Dealing with Robocalls: The Cuyahoga County Department of Consumer Affairs and the Scam Squad have received numerous reports of robocalls of all types. View their tips on dealing with robocalls here.