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Senior Advisory Council

Senior Advisory Council 216.664.2833 - Weekdays 8 am to 5pm

The Department of Aging Advisory Council is a diverse group of individuals who represent the concerns of Cleveland seniors and adults with disabilities. The purposes of this council are:

  • To advise the Department of Aging regarding issues of importance to older persons and adults with disabilities in Cleveland
  • To provide input regarding programs and long term planning
  • To advocate on behalf of Cleveland's older persons and adults with disabilities

Most notably, the Council responds to consumer needs by helping to shape City policy. For example, the Council has made resolutions to increase funding for Adult Protective Services, Senior Block Grants, and Transportation for Seniors. 

Each City Council member recommends one nominee to represent their ward through attendance at quarterly Advisory Council meetings for a four-year term.

 

Department of Aging
Jane Fumich, Director
75 Erieview Plaza, 2nd floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44114

P: 216.664.2833
F: 216.664.2218
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Vision Statement

   
 

Cleveland seeks to be so elder friendly that current older residents desire to remain, former residents wish to return to the City and the City can recruit additional older residents based on the elder friendly aspects of Cleveland and its neighborhoods.


– vision statement, as a participant of the Elder Friendly Communities component of the Cleveland Foundation’s Successful Aging Initiative.