NEW! Senior Center iPads For Use
The Senior Center now has two iPads that are available for personal use in our facility. Stop by the registration desk for more information or to check one out.
Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
The Illinois Department on Aging has trained volunteers to provide assistance in filing Medicare claims and answer questions regarding Medicare insurance coverage for seniors. For more information call Jenny Dawley at Naperville Township at 630-357-8058.
Dr. John Mazzarella comes to the senior center on the second Monday of each month to care for Lisle residents' foot needs. Please call 630-969-0992 to schedule an appointment.
Home delivered meals are available to area seniors who are unable to shop or cook for themselves. For additional information, call Home Delivered Meals at 630-620-0804.
A Transportation Subsidy Program is available to Village of Lisle residents who are at least 65 years of age or disabled. Participants must live within the corporate limits of the Village of Lisle to qualify for the program. Program participants are allowed to purchase up to $50 worth of coupons each calendar month at a cost of $25. All taxi and limousine companies licensed to operate within the Village of Lisle must accept these coupons as if they were cash. For further information, please call the Village of Lisle Business Office at 630-271-4100.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program is available to qualifying residents. Please call the Lisle Township at 630-968-2087 for further information.
Blood Pressure Screenings
A change in blood pressure, whether high or low can
be an indication of a serious health concern. Regular
monitoring of your blood pressure can keep you actively
involved in your health care. Beginning on September
19 and on the third Monday of each month, a nurse
from Brookdale, Lisle will be available to take your
blood pressure between 11am-12pm. No appointment is
necessary to take advantage of this free service.
Medicare Help Desk
Center Insurance and Financial Services will be at the Senior Center on the 2nd Monday of each month from 9:00-10:00am to answer your questions and assist you in interpreting your statements. Call the Senior Center ahead of time to schedule a time slot.
Ride DuPage is a subsidized transportation service established to provide affordable transportation for Lisle Township residents age 65 and over, and persons with disabilities. Ride DuPage service is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
To be eligible for this transportation program, you must:
- Be at least 65 years of age or disabled.
- Live in Lisle Township.
- Be registered in the Lisle Township Ride DuPage program.
The cost of a one-way trip is $2.00 flag pull plus $1.00 per mile. For additional information, call Jim Vondran, Assistant to the Supervisor, at 630-968-2087, ext.11
Eligible applicants may receive free legal aid from Prairie State Legal Services. Call Prairie State directly at 630-690-2130 to schedule an appointment at their Carol Stream office.
The Benefit Access Program (formerly known as Circuit Breaker)
This assistance program offers low income seniors and persons with disabilities a reduction in license plate fees and qualifies them to apply for the RTA Ride Free permit. For assistance filing an application please call Laura at the Lisle Township at 630-968-2087.
Notary Service Available
A notary public is now available by appointment. Please call the senior center at 630-969-0992 for more information. Note that a current photo ID is required for notarization.
When you're done with this issue of The Prime Times, recycle it at the Community Center! We'll also take your newspapers, magazines, shopping catalogs, office papers, school papers and junk mail. No trash, cardboard, glass or plastic please!
Recycle Your Old Clothes, Shoes, and Linens
Recycle old clothes, shoes, hats, gloves, scarves, handbags, belts, bedding, sheets, drapes, towels and more through our partnership with USAGAIN. Drop off your bags at the bin located in the Community Center parking lot.