CHOICE

WHAT IS CHOICE?

Aging Ahead created CHOICE in 2014 as a solution to the ongoing challenge of attracting older adults to senior centers. CHOICE brings a variety of programs and services to community locations where older adults naturally congregate, such as libraries.   As a result, more people are accessing information and resources that enable them to live in their homes and communities for as long as possible.

WHY IS CHOICE UNIQUE?

While there are many opportunities for older adults to learn, socialize and enjoy healthy meals in our community, the added value brought by Aging Ahead’s staff makes CHOICE unique. Aging Ahead staff members are familiar with the variety of interests, needs and challenges of older adults and they are skilled at identifying resources that help individuals to age well in the community.

Not a CHOICE member, no problem. Sign up today, it’s FREE!

Questions, contact Emily at eharrow@agingahead.org or call (636) 207-4227.

CHOICE PRESENTATIONS

Presentations will be held at the Lewis and Clark Library. You will need to register for the presentation. You click the REGISTER link below or call the library at (314) 994-3300. Lunch is available for in-person presentations that are made 48 hours in advance. Lunch Menu PDF

March 1: The Healthy Mind: Seven Ways to Promote Mental Health REGISTER

March 8: They Will Run: Golden Age of the Automobile in St. Louis REGISTER

March 15: Body Balance REGISTER

March 22: Senior Living REGISTER

March 29: Nutrition Education REGISTER

April 12: Lunch and Learn (University City Public Library) REGISTER


Become A Member

AGING AHEAD OFFERS A VARIETY OF CHOICE OPTIONS:

St. Louis County Libraries and Area Community Locations

Our award winning CHOICE program was formed in partnership with the St. Louis County Library to offer innovative programs, a nutritious meal, and be a support to provide needed resources throughout the St. Louis County area.

Y’s CHOICE

Aging Ahead and the Gateway Region YMCA have partnered, to provide programs, services and resources. Join us for informative programs, group exercise classes, and a nutritious meal at the YMCA.  As a Y’s Choice member, you can participate in the programs, meet new friends, and enjoy a catered lunch. 

Aging Ahead and St. Charles Adult and Community Education have partnered to offer Medicare Bootcamp!  Medicare often causes confusion for individuals trying to navigate it for themselves or others.  Completing Bootcamp will allow you to be able to make informed decisions about your coverage and get help with Medicare costs.

In partnership with Fricks Market in Union and Sullivan, Choice Counts participants are given the tools to improve upon their health/well-being, make and monitor healthier food choices, and socialize more, which is intended to help alleviate symptoms of loneliness and depression.