Ludington Area Senior Center
Center Operating Hours: Mondays – Fridays 9:00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.
Please visit our website at:
Vickie Collins – Director email@example.com
Rayma Burgett – Program Coordinator/Assistant to the Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Cyndi Scott – Receptionist email@example.com
Rondi Torrey – Custodian 231.845.6841
MMAP (Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program) 231.845.6841
Mission Statement: The Ludington Area Senior Center promotes "Healthy Aging" by providing an opportunity for the productive and satisfying use of leisure time. Create an environment where individual differences and needs are recognized. Develop quality programs and services while contributing to meeting those needs, and serve as a bridge to other agencies or services for baby boomers and seniors.
Area Agencies on Aging of Western Michigan
Services/Support Groups – Available to Mason County Senior Residents
Information & Referral Assistance: The Ludington Area Senior Center is a great source for information and referral to other agencies.
Elder Law: The Ludington Area Senior Center offers accommodation for a free 30 minutes consultation with a representative from Parmenter Law Office, based out of Muskegon. This free service is offered once per month. Clients are seen by appointments only.
MMAP – Medicare /Medicaid Assistance: The Ludington Area Senior Center has on-site, trained Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Counselors to help answer questions about the following:
- Advantage Plans
- Prescription drug extra help
- Help with billing problems
- Medicare Part D
- Supplemental Insurance
- To assist in filling out Medicaid forms and recertification forms
- To explain your "Explanation of Benefits" from Medicare
- To arrange an appointment call the Center at 231-845-6841. Medicare/Medicaid Counselors are available during Center hours by appointment.
To arrange an appointment call the Center at 231-845-6841. Medicare/Medicaid Counselors are available during Center hours by appointment.
Tax Assistance: The Ludington Area Senior Center offers a free Tax Preparation service for seniors, disabled and low income individuals. Tax Preparation is provided by our valued volunteers with vast amount of tax knowledge.
Educational Forums – Call for upcoming events.
Tech Assistance: The Ludington Area Senior Center offers help every Thursday afternoons between 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm with all your technological needs. We’ll help you navigate the high seas of technology; with Laptops, Smart Phones, and Tablets etc.
Low Vision Support Group: The Low Vision Support Group meets at the Ludington Area Senior Center at 1:30pm every third Monday of each month. No appointment necessary.
Diabetes Support Group: The Diabetes Support Group meets at the Ludington Area Senior Center at 2:00 pm on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month. No appointment necessary.
- Senior Meals serve Mondays – Fridays at noon. Meals provided by the Mason County Central Meal Program. Call Ludington Area Senior Center at 231.845.6841 by 9:30 am for reservation. Recommended donation, $3.00 for seniors and those under 60, $5.00.
- Nutritional Class – Michigan State University
Medical Loan Equipment: The Ludington Area Senior Center has a medical equipment loan closet. Items are given on loan to Mason County senior residents to assist with their medical recovery journey. Items includes but not limited to:
- Wheel Chairs
- Transport Chairs
- Shower Bench/chairs
- Toilet Seat Risers
Foot Care: The Ludington Area Senior Center offers free accommodation for Foot Care service on the first and second Thursdays of every month at 9:00 am. Cost for this service is $18.00. You are encouraged to bring a towel with you. Clients are seen by appointments only.
- Senior Meals
- Lending Library
- Monthly Newsletters
- Painting Classes
- Zumba Toning/Gold
- Tai Chi
- Line Dancing
- Stretch & Balance
- Walking Club
Special Interest Groups/Clubs
- Boot Scooters
- Coin Club
- Garden Club
- Weight Watchers
Angel Christmas Tree Program: The Ludington Area Senior Center takes pride in their Senior Christmas Program. Each year, letters are sent to Adult Foster Care homes in Mason County, requesting names and desires for seniors who don’t have anyone to spend the holidays with them or those in need. The names tags with requested items are then placed on a Christmas tree at the center. The names are selected by companies or individuals; who replaced them with angels. The items are returned to the Ludington Area Senior Center and gift wrapped by dedicated volunteers. The homes are contacted for pick up when the gifts are ready. Everyone is invited to take part in this charitable cause for seniors living in our community.