Champaign-Urbana MTD has resumed issuing DASH cards, which feature free bus fares for seniors.
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.
Our list of Champaign-Urbana organizations and companies that sponsor and host tours includes a wide swath of domestic and international destinations.
Age-Friendly Champaign-Urbana is an on-going community-wide operation that seeks to improve the daily lives of seniors.
Project READ tutors help Champaign-Urbana adults learn skills in basic literacy, basic math or English as a second language.
It’s a way to stay healthy, sharpen memory and — most of all — meet people and have fun.
Aging brings life-style changes that affect everything from housing to the type of support needed on a daily basis. The Champaign-Urbana area offers a wide range of options, often at prices below the national average.
Technology can be intimidating but many Champaign-Urbana organizations offer help.
Attendees will have a chance to learn about identity theft, phone scams and more at Champaign Public Library.