The Apprise Program
is available to assist consumers who have questions about their health insurance, medical bills, and prescription coverage. Anyone new to Medicare or who is considering changes to insurance coverage is encouraged to call our APPRISE program for non-biased insurance counseling.
Designed to provide seniors with a gardening plot, is a spring/summer project provided by Beaver County Office on Aging and the Master Gardeners of Penn State Cooperative Extension. Garden plots are available to Beaver County residents over age 60. The Senior Gardens are located on County owned property in Brighton Township. A raised accessible garden area is available for gardeners who use a wheelchair or need to sit while gardening. To learn more or to sign up for a garden plot call 724-774-3003.
Home Safe Home
Provides help with home safety and accessibility determination and projects. Projects may include grab bars, handrails, bathroom renovations, ramps and stair glides. Projects are cost shared and may require a co-pay. Call 724-496-1558
is a monthly section of the Beaver County Senior News. The Senior News is sponsored by the Beaver County Office on Aging, featuring articles and information about senior programs. Click on wwwpittsburghseniornews.com to read an e-version.
is a "theme-oriented" program for seniors including exhibits, entertainment, refreshments, prizes, discounts to Mall stores, and Medical screenings. This program is held at the Beaver Valley Mall twice a year. Themes include “Health and Fitness” in May and “Housing Decisions” in September. The event is also hosted at the Senior Community Centers during other months.
Surprises for Shut-Ins
This is an annual project that provides Christmas gifts and a friendly holiday visit to home-bound persons 60 years of age and older.