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Senior Center - Program
Town of Irondequoit Town Hall

154 Pinegrove Avenue
Rochester, NY

The Senior Center is closed, but will deliver food to at-risk Irondequoit resident who is elderly or has a compromised immune system such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes or are receiving cancer treatment. Please contact Debbie Evans at iccdebbieevans@gmail.com.

Provides education, social and recreation activities for older adults. Congregate meals Transportation To Senior Center for meals Once weekly shopping to Hudson-Titus Plaza Medical equipment loans. Canes, commodes, bath chairs, raised toilet seats, crutches, walkers,wheelchairs. Wheelchairs may be borrowed for up to two months.  All other equipment may be borrowed for up to 90 days. Health and nutrition information "Life in Irondequoit" Casework services for frail, elderly members …

Senior Center - Program
Town of Ogden

200 S Union Street
Spencerport, NY

Offers congregate meals. Offers recreational activities and exercise classes. Provides health screenings for the following: Blood pressure Flu shots  Provides Alzheimer's disease management. Caseworker and dietitian available. 

Services to People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - Program
Arc of Seneca Cayuga

1083 Waterloo-Geneva Road
Waterloo, NY

Provides services to adults and children who have an intellectual and developmental disability and their families. Residential services Support to disabled individuals and their families living independently in the community Camp Columbus that offers summer day camp for children and adults

Shared Ski Adventures Program - Program
CP Rochester

3399 Winton Road S
Rochester, NY

Offers ski instruction program for persons with disabilities. All ages accepted. 4-8 week program starting in January. Several instructors certified to teach adaptive skiing.

Southwest Area Neighborhood Program - Program
Southwest Area Neighborhood Association

275 Dr. Samuel Mccree Way
Southwest Community Center
Rochester, NY

Offers a neighborhood multi-purpose center that includes the following services: Crime Prevention Program. Neighborhood Upkeep Program. Youth Services. Job search and preparation. Preventive programs. Conflict resolution. Drug and alcohol abuse. Community awareness. Educational programs. Youth counseling. Social and recreational activities. *Member of the Emergency Services and Family Stabilization Network.

Sports Program - Program
GRASP

369 Lexington Avenue
Second Floor
New York, NY

Offers adaptive recreational and sports programming for autistic and disabled youth. GRASP’s Inclusive Soccer Program: includes a team comprised of typical developing, Autistic, and disabled students, which competes in a newly developed regional league. Offers equipment, such as cleats, shin guards, socks, and shorts to students with financial need, as well as equipment for practices and games. Provides full-length and mini skills camps for community organizations and schools across the …

Strike Back Fitness - Kids - Program
Strike Back Martial Arts

55 E Main Street
Webster, NY

Offers a low impact fitness program structured and tailored to the needs of the Down Syndrome population but is also open to the public and to kids of all abilities. Kids with Down Syndrome (DS) are provided a safe environment to participate in physical activities and exercise. Tailored classes specific to low impact physical exercise / activities that will increase muscle strength and eliminate low tone.  Students have the opportunity to become proficient in the areas of Striking, Body …

Strike Back Fitness - Teens - Program
Strike Back Martial Arts

55 E Main Street
Webster, NY

Offers a low impact fitness program structured and tailored to the needs of the Down Syndrome population but is also open to the public and to teens of all abilities. Teens with Down Syndrome (DS) are provided a safe environment to participate in physical activities and exercise. Tailored classes specific to low impact physical exercise / activities that will increase muscle strength and eliminate low tone.  Students have the opportunity to become proficient in the areas of Striking, Body …

Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities - Program
University of Rochester Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

200 East River Road, 3rd Floor
Rochester, NY

Offers various programs related to Health Disparities, Employment, Inclusive Recreation, Community Education for individuals of all ages who have developmental disabilities. Offers the Project SEARCH program, which provides training and education to 18-21 year old high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities leading to competitive employment. Conducts research and education to reduce health disparities for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Town of Perinton - Program
Town of Perinton

1350 Turk Hill Road
Fairport, NY

Perinton Town Hall remains open by appointment only.

Provides Town hall services such as: Records, licenses and permits. Animal control, assessors, building department, court, clerk, historian, supervisor. Offers police services, emergency and non-emergency, through Monroe County Sheriff's Department. Provides a fitness center with gym, pool, kitchen and activity rooms available to rent through the community center. Provides information on active arrest warrants via the court clerk upon request.

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