Residents with an interest in issues facing the aging population are invited to attend one or more of the Aging Partners town hall meetings scheduled over the next two weeks in each of the eight counties served by the agency:
At the meetings, the public will have the opportunity to learn about current services available in the county and provide input regarding needs and issues seniors are dealing with. Topics to be discussed include health and fitness, long-term care, finance and insurance, transportation, nutrition and senior center activities. Input will be sought on where seniors and their families may be underserved and what areas of service are needed in the future.
"These town hall meetings are a great way to obtain genuine feedback from the people we serve," said Randy Jones, Aging Partners Director. "We're very interested in making sure the services we provide are currently meeting the needs of the area's aging population, while also using the public's input to help us continue improving our level of service going forward."
The town hall meetings are open to all residents. Preregistration is not required.
More information on Aging Partners is available at aging.lincoln.ne.gov.