Upper Shore Aging Inc.’s Senior Centers are re-opening on a reservation basis.

 

The Amy Lynn Ferris Adult Adult Activity Center reopened on May 3,2021.

For more information call 410-778-2564

 

The Caroline Senior Center reopened on May 3, 2021.

For more information call 410-479-2535,

 

The Federalsburg Senior Center reopened on May 4, 2021.

For more information call 410-754-9754

 

Brookletts Place- The Talbot County Senior Center will open in June, 2021

For more information call 410-822-2869

 

Bay Hundred Senior Center will re-open in July 2021.

For more information please call 410-745-8807

Programs For Seniors

Upper Shore Aging, Inc. is a non-profit organization, Area Agency on Aging designated by the State of Maryland, serving over 31,000 seniors in Caroline, Kent, and Talbot counties. We develop and administer programs and services and are the chief advocate for the seniors we serve. Our programs function cooperatively to maintain and improve the quality of life for seniors, working to help them remain healthy and independent.

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Senior Centers

Social isolation and loneliness are major health factor impacting seniors.  We operate five senior centers in the counties we serve.  These centers are a hub for activities helping seniors stay active and involved in their community.  Whatever the interest, Health & Fitness, Computer Skills, Arts & Crafts, Nutrition Education, Entertainment, or Travel, our senior centers have the programs. Two thousand, eight hundred  seniors visit our centers every year.

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Meals

Having a nutritious meal in a social setting is an important part of a senior’s day. Our senior centers serve meals and ask only a small contribution to the cost from those who can afford it.

Many seniors can’t get out to shop or prepare their own meals.  Our Meals-On- Wheels program delivers meals to homebound seniors. Each week our volunteers deliver 1,461 meals in the counties we serve. In some cases, our volunteer is the only physical contact the senior has with the outside world.

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Senior Care

The primary goal of the Senior Care Program is to provide services that will support aging in place, keeping seniors living in their own home, and at a lower cost than a long-term care facility.

Services vary according to need, but may include personal care, light housekeeping chores, and emergency response systems, such as case management services.

For more information see our Services page.
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Upper Shore Aging, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that is the designated Area Agency on Aging for Talbot, Caroline and Kent counties, Maryland, serving a potential market of nearly 31,000 persons over the age of sixty years. Our organization develops and manages a coordinated program of services that work together with a goal of helping elders to remain, and live well, in the community as long as possible. Upper Shore Aging, Inc. works closely with the Maryland Department of Aging to serve the needs of its clients.

Our Mission Statement

“Upper Shore Aging, Inc. will develop and provide a variety of programs for Older Persons in the Upper Shore region, which help maintain and improve quality of life.”