Central Area Senior Center
500 30 Th Ave S, Seattle, WA
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Description of Central Area Senior Center in Seattle, WA
Central Area Senior Center, located in Seattle, Washington provides the following services: Senior Center. Central Area Senior Center has a very good hospital, Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill, located nearby, which scored a 84 out of 100 in its most recent Medicare review. The Central Area Senior Center's nearest hospital is 1 miles away. The zipcode (98144) in Washington, where Central Area Senior Center is located, has a below average safety rating based on recent crime statistics.
Central Area Senior Center is a Senior Center. Senior centers are often lively places that bring together older adults who want to be engaged in their communities and with their peers. Senior centers provide the services older adults need to be healthy, happy and as independent as they can be. More than 10 million Americans take part in activities through the 15,000 senior centers around the country. Senior centers offer a wide range of services and activities for older adults. At most senior centers, you can have a meal, make friends, get fit, take a class, be creative, get a ride, get help, have fun, help out and more.
Senior Centers play a vital role. They help create and environment that encourages a senior to interact with others, get out of the house on a regular basis, and enjoy themselves. They can be an important element of a healthy aging-in-place strategy for an aging loved one. To find the exact services, hours of operation, and qualifications, please contact the center directly.
For more information about Central Area Senior Center call (866) 371-9761 to speak with a local Care Advisor
Demographic Profile for Seattle, WA,98144
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