Elder Affairs

The Department of Elder Affairs/Council on Aging (COA) works to improve and enhance the quality of life for elder residents in Springfield. It advocates, plans, develops, coordinates and provides social services as well as information and referral services for Springfield's elder citizens.

 

Elder Affairs - Losing Winter

Strength Training

Tai Chi On The Patio

Celebrating Older Americans Month

Senior Community Service Employment Program

Seeking Employment ? Training is Available

Kerry’s Strength Classes

Bonsai Tree Workshop

Flyer March arts March #1

Flyer March arts March #2

Acknowledging Host Agency For Hiring Our Participants!

Registry of Motor Vehicles-Senior Hours

Covid testing site that will take place this Friday at RAJ.

Free COVID Testing

Hi Friends.

Help stop the spread! Here is a list of places that will provide FREE COVID-Testing. Two of the locations are at our senior centers. Check them out!

Drive By Parade raffle winner

Thank you to everyone who entered the raffle during the Family Reunion Drive By Parade at the Springfield Department of Elder Affairs. We finally have our winner.

Robert Martin!

Congratulations Robert!!

Survey to help us, help you!

Hi Friends

We would love to hear your feedback. Please take this 2 minute survey to help us, help you!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3J6GPCF

Springfield Department of Elder Affairs link to Facebook page

Drive By Parade -7/7/2020

Nature Relaxation Video

Mayor Sarno and Officials Break Ground on New Raymond A. Jordan Senior Center

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno hosted a groundbreaking ceremony along with the Springfield Park Commission for the Raymond A. Jordan Springfield Senior Center to be built in Blunt Park.

Department of Elder Affairs for the City of Springfield, Mass.

Raymond A. Jordan Senior Center

1476 Roosevelt Avenue.
Springfield, MA 01109
Telephone: 413-787-6785

 

 

Page last updated:  Tuesday, September 14, 2021 08:39 am