- interface for older adults milwaukee


interface for older adults milwaukee -

We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Since the beginning, Interfaith Older Adult Programs has served Milwaukee County's aging population. The organization offers many services, opportunities and free resources to help enhance the lifestyle of older adults and family caregivers. We put pride into our work because it helps older adults feel connected, engaged, independent and safe.Location: 600 W Virginia St Ste 300, Milwaukee, 53204, WI.

Eras Senior Network is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to engage and support Waukesha County seniors in leading meaningful lives. Seniors and adults with disabilities are supported by volunteers of all ages to help them maintain their independence. Cudahy-St. Francis Interfaith Program for the Elderly is a non-profit, faith based organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for older adults in the Cudahy and St. Francis communities with the support of diverse congregations, religious groups, volunteers, and other community organizations.

I am a Senior Administrative Assistant for Interfaith Older Adult Programs. I enjoy working at Interfaith Older Adult Programs. I never knew this wonderful agency existed. We help older adults get rides to their doctors, dentists, grocery shopping and banking. Some of the clients have no one to take them anywhere - so we help in these areas.4.4/5(17). There is a charge of $3 each way for rides to medical and dental appointments. All other rides are free. Rides are provided Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. within Milwaukee County. To be eligible, you must be a Milwaukee County resident, 60 or older, able to walk but unable to drive and unable to use public transit.