The Buffalo Senior Center has put out a call to the community for input on how they need to change to provide the services to Buffalo's senior citizens in the future.
As we all grow older and live longer, healthier and more active lifestyles than previous generations did, the services offered by the senior center of 30 years ago will not be the same ones wanted or needed by today's seniors or those in the coming years.
AJ Mock, Director of the Senior Center, explains more about the feedback they want from the community and what they will
do with it.
The senior center will look at growth and population changes, review current programs and services and how to improve them or implement new ones.
They will be asking current seniors, their families, and those that will be seniors in coming years for input.
Finally they will be looking at new funding sources, funding ideas and and other ways to sustain current and future programs and services.
Mock is asking the community for ideas, suggestions and opinions and to share them with the center to improve it for the future.
Just stop by or call and he will be happy to speak to those willing to help.
The senior center will also have focus group meetings and be sending out surveys in the coming weeks, and will release more information on those as they have it.
Stop by the Buffalo Senior Center at 671 W. Fetterman Street or call 684-9551.