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Senior Resources

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Over the next 30 years, as the "Baby Boomers" begin to reach retirement, it is projected the population of Aurora will see a significant growth in the need for senior services and resources. Here in Aurora, our seniors are valued for their knowledge, experience, service and dedication to their community.

The Aurora City Council considers policies that promote quality of life and livable communities. As the upcoming demographic changes begin, the city choses to take the responsibility in responding to the needs of our aging community. Aurora strives to enhance the quality of life for the aging population by increasing community awareness of services and programs available to older adults.

Our goal is to make Aurora the best city in which to be and grow older.

Services offered for seniors within the city of Aurora:

Aurora Center for Active Adults
We offer services through a partnership with Volunteers of America, Visiting Nurse’s Association, AARP Safe Driving Course and AARP Tax Assistance.

Aurora Commission for Seniors
The Commission supports existing programs for senior citizens and fosters the development of new programs through a lobbying and advocacy role.

To receive copies of minutes of the Commission meetings and other information of interest to seniors, view this link:  acs@auroragov.org.

Housing Assistance
The city of Aurora has a variety of housing programs. The Community Development division addresses needs, goals and strategies regarding housing and communities.

Reverse Mortgage Program

A Reverse Mortgage is a loan against home equity (not income) providing cash advances to a homeowner/borrower age 62 and over.

Long Term Care Support
Promoting the dignity and quality of life for frail elderly and socially isolated adults.

Morning Star Adult Day Program
Offering a safe and supportive environment to individuals 55 or over with memory or physical impairments and support to caregivers.

Aurora understands that life is just begriming at age 50! Make the most of your life with good health.

Aurora Center for Active Adults
Partnering to provide a stimulating and engaging environment with activities and services contributing to the health and well being of adults over 50. 

The nation's leading exercise program designed exclusively for Medicare-eligible adults and for Group Retirees.

Senior Golf & Clinics
Participate in the Senior Clinic for 55 and over. Join a league and meet new friends.

Crime Prevention Tips
Don't be a victim of crime. Learn what to do to protect yourself and your property.

Emergency Preparedness for Seniors

Some seniors require special disaster preparations including mobility issues, medications and medical supplies.

Senior Resource Officer
Aurora Police Officer Jim Seneca works specifically with seniors and those with developmental disabilities.

Special Needs Registry
A voluntary registration process that identifies individuals with special medical or transportation needs.

The Aurora Volunteer Center is your connection to finding volunteer opportunities.

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