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All classes at the present time are free of charge, from funding under the Older Americans Act
You will need to fill out the following: Health and Fitness Registration form; Waiver of Liability form; Senior Membership Form (If you are new to the senior center)
Medical clearance is not mot mandatory except for the following classes “evidenced-based” State classes: Beginner and Advanced Healthy Bones; Move Today; Getting Stronger
It is also strongly advised if you have had surgery and are coming back to fitness, that you get a medical clearance form or consult with your doctor first.
It depends on the activity you want to participate in- some activities require prior knowledge or experience. and some groups welcome beginners. Please check our website for more details.
There are no specific activities for only women or men, we encourage you to try out the activity you are interested in.
Healthy Bones Advanced class – Pre-requisite: Beginner Healthy Bones
Getting Stronger – Pre-requisite: Beginner Healthy Bones
Move Tomorrow – Pre-requisite: Move Today
We welcome all Seniors to our programs and activities. They must reside in Hunterdon County, then fill out the required membership form with proof of residency.
At the current time we do not have instructors for all our classes, however, it is possible we will offer instruction for beginners in the future.
Call SHIP (State Health Insurance Program) at 908-788-1361.
Health and drug plans can be changed during Open Enrollment from October 15th through December 7th every year.
Starting July 1st the Senior Farmer Market Vouchers are given out to low-income seniors, aged 60 and older and meeting the income guidelines for that year.
The show is open to anyone 60 and over. Registration for the Art Show is usually in Spring.
Prior to starting the application process, the applicant must present a letter from their doctor indicating that the applicant “cannot work full-time for at least one full year, due to their disability.” A DSS Med 1 form for 1 year will also suffice.
Yes, applicants who are receiving services from the County Division of Social Services are given priority. People who are not receiving services from the Division of Social Services can be put on a waiting list. They will also be referred directly to Social Security if they require assistance immediately.
The Trenton Office in New Jersey can be reached at 866-964-0026.
The Easton Office in Pennsylvania number is 866-964-5056.
It is a program for qualified people with permanent physical disabilities that provides up to 40 hours per week for routine, non-medical personal care.
To support individuals with physical disabilities so they can continue living in their communities.
The requirements are
Please see the PASP webpage under Disabilities for more information.
Visit our Website https://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/aging/disable.htm.
Or contact Helene Pappas, the Hunterdon County PASP Coordinator at (908) 788-1361 or email: email@example.com
The Mr. Fix It Program is a volunteer-run program to perform jobs, which if neglected, would adversely affect the safety of the eligible senior or disabled resident. The goal is to help these residents remain safely in their own homes and communities.
Call the Mr. Fix-It coordinator at 908 788-1358 for more information and complete an intake form.
You can get information from our Website https://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/aging/VeteransServices.html or contact the Veterans’ Services Officer, Rich Booth by calling 908-788-1361 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are a few examples: