Senior Life Enrichment Guide Availble Online and at the Alderman’s Office

DFSS Spring 2013 SENIOR LIFE ENRICHMENT GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE

The spring issue of the Chicago Department of Family and Support Service’s Senior Life Enrichment Guide is now available at the alderman’s office, at the department’s regional and satellite senior centers, libraries and many other locations.

Inside the guide, seniors will find information about health and wellness, educational, recreational and many other types of events, trips, classes and lectures, along with schedules and registration details.  Most of these are free or at a nominal cost.

This issue also urges older Chicagoans to “Unleash the Power of Age” –the theme of this year’s Older Americans Month.  By focusing their efforts and influence, Chicago’s nearly 400,000 seniors can greatly enrich their own communities and our entire City.

The contents of the guide are also posted online at www.cityofchicago.org/fss.  Further information about DFSS services and programs is available by calling the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) at (312) 744-4016.

About FWDCHI

Forward Chicago, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization, envisions our neighborhoods as model communities for people of all ages, where residents can age in place while remaining active, engaged and influential.