Senior Center Manager
|Address||266 Mechanicsville Road
Dahlonega, GA 30533
|Hours||Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
How old do you have to be to come to the Lumpkin County Senior Center?
Sixty (60) years old for the nutrition program.
Fifty five (55) years old for the activities.
Do you provide transportation?
Yes, to those who are in the nutrition program.
What do you do at the Senior Center?
Eat, have fun, exercise, play games, bingo, parties, socialize, fellowship and more.
Do you take trips?
Only day trips: local restaurants, Walmart, RiteAid, J&J, Post Office, Banks etc.
How do I find out more information?
Call the senior center @ 706-864-2358
How do I signup for Meals on Wheels?
You can call the senior center at 706-864-2358 and they will take your information for a referral or you can call Legacy Link at 770-538-2650 and ask for help getting Meals on Wheels.
What happens once I request to receive Meals on Wheels?
A Care Coordinator will call you and schedule an appointment for a nurse to visit for an assessment for services.
How long does it take to get the meals once I do a referral?
If there is not a waiting list for meals, the time frame is usually within a three week period.
I have several doctors' appointments. What are the options for meals?
There are two options for meals. For those with many doctors’ appointment, we deliver frozen meals on a designated day, once per week. All others receive a hot meal, Monday – Friday.
Are there special meals for diabetics?
For those receiving hot meals, diabetics are served a therapeutic dessert.
|Linda Kirkpatrick||Senior Center Manageremail@example.com|
|Susan Sandor||MOW/Vol. Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hayley Johnston||Activities Coordinatoremail@example.com|
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A VARIETY OF FITNESS OPPORTUNITIES
ARE AVAILABLE BOTH FOR WELLNESS
AND FALL PREVENTION
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TAI CHI FOR HEALTH
Tai Chi is a slow and gentle meditative exercise that originated in ancient China. Benefits include improved flexibility, increased muscle strength, improved fitness and improved balance for fall prevention. Chairs will be used in this class to assist with balance as needed. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement.
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EVERY MONDAY AT 10:30am
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ACTIVITY AND PARTICIPATION
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