Dine with a Doc is a free program that offers seniors a complimentary meal while chatting with a professional in the field of medicine.
Clark-Lindsey Village’s popluar Ethel and Maud’s program will return in April with a socially distanced format.
You can take part in an exercise study — and get paid doing it! — as part of a University of Illinois research project funded by the National Institute on Aging.
Health Alliance can help with the specifics — like how and when to enroll — when you’re seeking answers about Medicare.
Health Alliance can help you simplify the process of obtaining health insurance.
Positive Attitude, Stress Management, Financial Affairs, Brain Activity, Eating Smart are all topics of the free “Keys to Embracing Aging” series presented by Illinois Extension.
See what local museums are doing to provide a safe, distanced experience for guests as they reopen. Updated as of March 5, 2021. Krannert Art Museum, Urbana Hours: 10 am to 4 pm daily; open late on Thursday evenings when class is in session. Senior Hours? Not at this time.Admission? FreeWebsite: https://kam.illinois.edu/ A timed reservation […]
Here’s something different for your morning walk: head over to Bloomington for an active senior tour at the Miller Park Zoo. Active Senior Tours will make their 2021 debut at Miller Park Zoo in April. The tours happen each month on the second Wednesday of each month, and are targeted towards those 55+. Tours being […]
Your Medicare plan can help you stay fit, active and living your best life in Champaign-Urbana.
The VITA program at the University of Illinois, in partnership with Salt& Light, will once again offer FREE income tax assistance to seniors 60+. The University of Illinois’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program offers FREE tax assistance to low- to moderate-income (gross income less than $57,000), elderly (over age 60), limited English speaking taxpayers, and those […]