Special Programs and Services for Seniors
The Village of Cuyahoga Heights has a number of special programs and services for our Senior citizens. If you are 55 years old or older, you qualify. Please call Senior Citizen President, Noel Centa at (216) 509-5278 if you have any questions or comments.
“Senior Corner” News and Special Activities
The monthly Village Newsletter now has a Senior Corner update on upcoming events. We hope all of you, 55 and older, will consider joining our group and participating. Just give us a try. Come to one of our meetings and see how nice it is to socialize with your neighbors!
Senior Citizens Meetings
The Senior Citizens meet the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM in the Village Hall Auditorium. The second Tuesday of the month is their regular business meeting and the fourth Tuesday of the month is their social night.
Grass Cutting for Senior Citizens
The Cuyahoga Heights Service Department will cut grass free of charge for our Senior Citizens and disabled persons who qualify. A waiver of liability must be signed and on file in the Service Department. Grass Cutting Application
Meals On Wheels
Cuyahoga Heights Service Department will deliver meals to the elderly and disabled residents of the Village, which are prepared by the school. Please call the Service Department at 216-641-3505 for this service.
Health Watch Program
Cuyahoga Heights sponsors a Health Watch Program through the Fire Department for Seniors 60 years or older. The program co-pays for an alarm that is worn around the neck of the resident to activate in case of an emergency. Contact the Fire Department for more information.
The Village operates a well visit clinic with a registered nurse. Residents 60 years and older are eligible for certain blood work at no charge once a year. The Clinic is located in the Village Hall and is open by appointment only from March through October.
Please call JoAnn Socausky, R.N. at 216-401-1039 to schedule an appointment.
Flu shots for seniors over 60 years and those medically in need are paid for by the Village and provided once a year in the fall. Information is available in the September Village Newsletter.
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