why be a member
If you think a senior center like Senior Action is a place where a bunch of people, much older than yourself, sit around and play bingo, then it is time for you to experience Senior Action. We believe that retirement and growing older is not a period signifying the end, but rather an exclamation point conveying the best, most wonderful time of your life. There is finally time to enjoy all of the things you couldn’t when you were working and raising a family.
But, the most important reason to get involved in Senior Action is because it makes you healthier. Research has proven that compared with their peers, senior center participants have higher levels of health, social interaction, and life satisfaction. Why would you NOT become a member?
For the cost of just $120 per year, you get:
- Over 300,000 hours of classes and activities for members only
- Access to our fitness center at no additional charge
- Access to the Business Center
- Free enrollment in the Fine Arts Center ($60 value)
- Discounted membership at the Westside Aquatic Center
- Reduced or no cost for classes
- Early enrollment for all classes & programs
- Register for any class listed in the Spark for the quarter
- Online Registration
- Member only programs
- A quarterly program guide, the Spark, mailed to your home
- 2 free guest passes annually ($20 value)
- Option to pay membership fee in monthly payment of $11 (bank draft only)
- More friends than you can count
*Membership is not a requirement for participation. You can take any class or program “a la carte.” Just register and pay the class fee for that program.
**Senior Action also accepts insurance-based programs. There is no membership fee for Silver Sneakers®, Silver and Fit, and Renew Active members. (Check with your insurance provider to see if that is a benefit they provide)
Anyone 55+ is encouraged to become a member! Seniors 60+ can enjoy the benefits of our home-based services.
Please note that Senior Action is not an adult daycare facility. We cannot accommodate members with cognitive impairments or those with decreased or deteriorating levels of independence including but not limited to: inability to maintain a constant level of activity and consciousness, inability to navigate within the building, and inability to conduct self-care. Caregivers are welcome to accompany seniors who can still actively participate in programs but may need a limited amount of support. Senior Action reserves the right to deny or revoke membership to individuals who fall into these categories.