The 2022 Older Adult Services annual report is now available online.

The city has released the 2022 Older Adult Services Annual Report. Older Adult Services (OAS) aims to inspire and empower older adults to age well through community connection, learning and play. OAS provides a continuum of services from health and wellness to lifelong learning, case management and supportive services.

“The staff of Older Adult Services has worked very hard this year to bring an incredible array of services and programs to older adults in our community,” shared Eden Bailey, Older Adult Services manager. “I am very proud of their work.”

Key highlights of the report include:

  • The East Age Well Center was reopened with limited hours in September 2022.
  • 4,730 community members enrolled in programs.
  • Offered a total of 1,002 programs including 882 onsite and 120 online programs.
  • Served 936 clients through case management and information/assistance services.
  • OAS distributed over $100,000 to support basic needs including transportation, rental assistance, food insecurity and healthcare needs.
  • Volunteers contributed 802 hours to support OAS programming.

In 2023, OAS plans to continue to offer a wide array of programs and services and aims to expand technology education and support programming.

To learn more about the programs and services offered by Older Adults Services and to read the full report, visit the city’s website.