AARP Driver Safety Program: This eight-hour classroom refresher course for drivers 50 years of age and older is designed to remind you of driving skills and techniques that you once learned but perhaps fail to use regularly now. Auto insurance discounts are available in most states upon completion of the course.
Happy Feet Foot Care: This program provides preventative maintenance, education, and early detections of minor foot problems for senior citizens 60 years of age and older residing in Franklin County and Burbank. Care is provided by a registered nurse. Funds for the Happy Feet Foot Care Program are administered by Aging & Long Term Care of Southeastern Washington.
Senior Life Resources Meals on Wheels: The Mid-Columbia Meals on Wheels Program offers home-delivered meals to eligible participants. Frozen meals are available for weekends and holidays for those who need them. For active adults, a noontime meal is available at 7 dining centers throughout the area. For more information regarding Meals on Wheels, call (509) 735-1911. Community funding sources for this program include the United Way, Aging & Long Term Care of Southeastern Washington, Yakama Nation Area Agency on Aging, and local grants and donations.
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