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Mesa Senior Services

There are more than 165,374 senior citizens living in Mesa, a city in Maricopa County, Arizona. This suburb, only 20 miles east of the capital Phoenix, offers residents plenty of things to do. It has cultural centers like the Arizona Museum of Natural History, the Commemorative Air Force Aircraft Museum, the i.d.e.a. Museum, the Mesa Arts Center, and the Mesa Grande Cultural Park. It also has numerous places to enjoy shopping and dining. Activities and leisure centers include Dobson Ranch Golf Course, Hohokam Stadium, Mesa Amphitheatre Red Mountain Multigenerational Center, Mesa Convention Center, and the Mesa Public Library. The city also has parks, pools, and educational classes at its recreation centers.

Ten city-area senior services - What’s available for you, your family, and your friends.

East Valley Adult Resources provides senior services and community-based programs. Older adults might want to learn a new language or join an exercise class. They may also just want to share a meal with new people to make new friends.

Adultcare Assistance Homecare is a health care assistance program that provides many more options for seniors who want to live independently. These personal services take care of basic needs like cooking, cleaning, dressing, or going on outings. Services are available every day, 24 hours per day.

The Red Mountain Senior Center provides a range of activities, including enrichment classes, card games, spelling bee, dances, exercise, and a therapy dog program. Volunteers also provide Medicare assistance and informal counseling.

Synergy Home Care is a caregiving organization that helps seniors living at home. Caregivers assist seniors with chores and with self-care.

Legal Awareness is a law firm that specializes in legal issues that affect seniors and their families like estate planning, retirement planning, and assisted living placement.

The Division of Aging And Adult Services (DAAS) helps seniors meet basic needs related to safety and independence. They usually work with seniors who are in some sort of distress. Their programs include aging and disability services, support for domestic violence victims, options for homeless people or those who are near homeless. They also provide protective services for abused and neglected seniors and can step in to prevent eviction and the loss of utilities and phone services

Area Agency offers senior centers with recreational activities like educational classes or exercise programs. They also provide hot meals to help seniors maintain a nutritious diet.

Comfort Keepers are caregivers who provide living assistance to seniors, helping them live independently, safely, and comfortably at home.

Homewell Senior Care assists seniors within Greater Phoenix Area Mesa, Chandler, and Gilbert. They offer personal services to assist seniors with their living needs.

At Home Solutions are caregivers who help seniors with living assistance. They specialize in assisting seniors who are recovering from surgery, like a knee, hip or foot surgery, disability, an injury, or an illness like Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease.

Besides these resources, you can find more information on senior services from hospitals, libraries, community centers, and places of worship in your neighborhood.

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