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From The Community Partnership on Aging
Released: 7/7/2014
 
Community Partnership on Aging Mini Health Fairs
 
1) Pamper Yourself Mini-Fair!
Friday, August 22nd 2014 at the Highland Heights Community Center, 5827 Highland Road from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
Lunch available to everyone age 60+.
Please call (216) 650-4029 for lunch information no later than Wednesday, August 13th 2014.
 
2) Fall Prevention Awareness Mini-Fair!
Thursday, September 11th 2014 at the South Euclid Community Center, 1370 Victory Drive from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
*Date Subject to Change!
Lunch available to everyone age 60+.
Please call (216) 650-4029 for lunch information no later than Wednesday, September 3rd 2014.
 
Fresh Goods To Go Program
Thanks to a new program piloted by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, eligible older adult residents of South Euclid, Lyndhurst, Highland Heights, Mayfield Heights and Mayfield Village (residents of cities other than those listed may reserve a tote provided they have attended programs or events through Community Partnership on Aging in the past year) can receive a free To-Go Tote of groceries through Community Partnership on Aging!
 
Those interested in receiving a Fresh Goods To Go Tote are required to call in for a reservation to the Community Partnership on Aging program phone line, at 216-650-4029, no later than the second Wednesday of each month by 3PM. You will be asked to provide ID and to complete a short registration form on the distribution day when you pick up your To-Go Tote. One Tote per household.
 
Community Volunteers Needed!
Skilled volunteers are needed to assist low-income older adults with summer home repair projects in our five-city area. Contractor or groups from civic and faith-based organizations are encouraged to call for more information as to current needs. In addition, assistance is needed with weeding or bush trimming projects, again for individuals age sixty and older. Families and teenagers are welcome to help! To volunteer or get more information, please call Corinne Dunn, Volunteer Coordinator, at 216-291-3902, ext. 213. What great ways to give community service in your own backyard!
 
Heart of Chicago Tour
September 30th 2014 - October 2nd 2014 Please stop in the Lyndhurst Trip Office for a full itinerary. A $100 deposit is due by July 30th 2014, final payment by August 27th 2014.
 
Safe at Home Program
The Safe at Home Program aims to assist older adults in remaining safe in their homes by providing access to and the installation of assistive safety devices such as grab bars, hand railings, and durable medical equipment. Prior to installation, our Outreach Workers will provide you with an in-home safety assessment to help determine what needs you may have.
 
This program will provide assistance to low income individuals - 200% of the federal poverty guidelines or below - with the purchase and installation of assistive devices, such as grab bars and hand railings. Services are prioritized according to financial need, however those with higher income may qualify for some aspects of the program. Please call 216-291-3902 for an application or more information.



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