Senior Services GuideSenior Services Guide

The Senior Services Guide contains a wealth of information and resources for Wellington Seniors. Browse the guide for information on local services, housing, living facilities, home health care and agencies, advocacy, transportation, planning and more!

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Senior Classes & Programs

Wellington is proud to offer a variety of classes and programs for our senior community, including AARP Smart Driver courses, Early Bird Bingo, Senior Aerobics, "Caring for You" wellness seminars, Chair Yoga, Senior Symposiums, and more!

Visit our Classes & Programs page to learn more.

 


Senior Transportation and Rides Program (S.T.A.R.)

The Village of Wellington established the Senior Transportation and Rides (STAR) program to assist in meeting the needs of our senior population. The goal of STAR is to offer safe, affordable transportation to Wellington seniors by providing door-to-door service for qualifying seniors. Funding is provided by the Village of Wellington and the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.

Eligibility:

In order to be considered for the program, the applicant must:
  1. Be at least 62 years of age
  2. Be a U.S. citizen or legal alien
  3. Reside in Wellington
  4. Provide a copy of valid photo ID for verification

Are you eligible? Find out how it works, download the brochure!

How to Apply: 
Applications for the Senior Transportation and Rides (STAR) program may be obtained by contacting Senior Services Specialist, Meridith Tuckwood at (561) 753-2476.


One-on-One Assistance

Wellington is pleased to provide one-on-one assistance with one of our trained specialists, which aims to connect seniors and caregivers with the resources and services they need. Our specialists are great listeners, and are concerned about your well-being.

With one-on-one assistance, we are able to provide analysis such as the "Benefits Check-Up" through the National Council on Aging, to see what services you may be eligible to receive, and to help connect you with agencies that may be able to assist with your specific needs.

Contact Senior Services Specialist, Meridith Tuckwood at (561) 753-2476 for more information.


Monthly Senior Symposiums

Educational opportunities on a variety of subjects are available to our seniors every month. Senior Symposiums allow us to reach our older adult community, and provide them information on important topics. These FREE educational sessions are delivered in a "lunch and learn" format, and are open to our residents and their caregivers.

Download the latest schedule!


Home Inspections

Recent studies concluded that the majority of Wellington Seniors, and those nearing senior status, desire to "age in place" or continue to live in the homes and apartments they currently occupy. "Aging in Place" describes a senior homeowner, or physically disabled individual's ability to remain comfortably and safely in their home.

Wellington offers home inspections to provide residents with information, to plan and help implement home modifications that promote safety, mobility, security, and continued functional use.

Contact Senior Services Specialist, Meridith Tuckwood at (561) 753-2476 for more information.


Home Rehabilitation Program

The Village of Wellington offers a Home Repair Program to income eligible homeowners. This program allows for eligible residents to receive up to $15,000 toward qualified improvements. Funding is limited to urgent repairs, accessibility improvements, energy efficiency improvements, and health and safety issues. Assistance is provided as a 5-year forgivable loan, at zero percent interest. 

Contact Community Development Strategist, Jim Fackrell at (561) 753-2435 for more information.


The Wellington Seniors Club

The Wellington Seniors Club, Inc. is a non-profit Florida 501(C), Corporation whose primary purpose is for the social enjoyment and the general welfare of its members. Membership is open only to residents of Wellington who are 55 and over. Current dues are $20.00 per person annually, in order to enjoy the benefits of membership.

For membership information, call Membership Chair Sally Schwartz at (561) 793-8735.

Membership Luncheon Meeting Schedule

Membership Luncheon meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, at the Wellington Community Center, 12150 Forest Hill Boulevard. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. There are no luncheons scheduled for the months of July, August, and December. For more information, please contact the Wellington Seniors Club at info@wellingtonseniorsclub.org.

Upcoming Luncheons: 

  • January 18th
  • February 15th
  • March 15th
  • April 19th
  • May 17th
  • June 21st
  • September 20th
  • October 18th
  • November 15th

The Golden Banner Newsletter

For more information on Seniors Club weekly happenings and how to get in touch, view The Golden Banner by following the links below. The Golden Banner is published monthly except July and August by the Wellington Seniors Club, Inc. Contact info@wellingtonseniorsclub.org for more information.

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