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Senior Centers

Senior Centers offer health and wellness programs, educational classes, exercise facilities, dining, and social activities for adults over the age of 60. 
Senior Centers are staffed and operated by Salt Lake County and are offered in communities across the county, often in partnership with municipal governments. Membership is free and open to adults age 60 and over.


Virtual Senior Center

AAS' new Virtual Senior Center offers programming that seniors can do from the safety of their own home! These programs include online, video conference, telephone, and self-guided activities that do not require a phone or computer.. A variety of class types are now available ranging from support groups, exercise classes, education, arts & crafts, and even self-guided tours of local areas.

Virtual Senior Centers combat loneliness and isolation among older adults, many of whom are still actively socially distancing and starting to feel the impacts of prolonged isolation.

Check out the exercise and wellness videos on our YouTube page from the Health Promotion program and see a complete list of currently available below. To register, call: (385) 468-3299.

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Active Aging Program

Active Aging programs offer highly beneficial opportunities for social interaction, civic engagement, evidence-based classes, and healthy lifestyles to older adults.

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Senior scoop newsletter

Get the Scoop! Stay informed about Senior Center happenings and news for older adults. Pick up your copy at your neighborhood Senior Center.

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