About Deaf Action Senior Citizens Center
Deaf Action Senior Citizens Center is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm (closed on holidays). On site information and referral services provide seniors and their family members information about various agencies, support groups, medical facilities, and many other community resources available to them. Deaf Action Senior Citizens Center and Programs are made possible through a wide variety of support from both the public and private sector, including:
- Texas Department on Aging
- Texas Health and Human Services Commission – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (HHSC-DHHS)
- Dallas Area Agency on Aging
- Dallas County Older Adult Services
At the Center, seniors have the opportunity to fellowship with each other and share a healthy, well-balanced meal. Each nutritious meal is planned by a certified nutritionist to meet one third of an individual’s nutritional requirements, and to appeal to and satisfy senior adults. Provided through Title III Program funds – donations encouraged.
Deaf Action Senior Center provides transportation services for seniors who want to participate in the Senior Citizens Program, as well as for activities and for lunch. Rides must be scheduled a day in advance. Transportation is provided weekly to the local grocery store and pharmacy. Donations accepted and appreciated for this service.
Activities, Trips, and Special Events
Seniors participate in a variety of activities, trips, and special events, creatively designed to meet the ever-changing needs and interests of a growing and active adult population. Activities may include:
- Arts and crafts
- Board and computer games
- Movies with popcorn
- Field trips
- Celebrations for special occasions and holidays
- Seminars and speakers on current topical information, health screenings, counseling, diabetic testing, nutrition, education, referral services, and more.
Our Site Council gives seniors a clear voice in the Center and Program, enhancing and enriching everything we do and offer. The Site Council advises and assists staff to help promote health, wellbeing, and independence through recreation, creative activity, support services, and all matters relating to the delivery of nutrition and supporting social service.