David City, NE
A noon meal is available for a suggested donation for individuals 60 years of age or older. Call 402-367-6131 one day in advance or by 9 am the day of to make a reservation. Meals are also available for those under 60 years of age for a fee.
There are individual, extenuating circumstances that may qualify someone to receive a noon meal for a suggested donation. Please call and visit with the Butler County Program Manager for details.
A salad bar is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays along with the regular meal. A suggested donation of $3.50 for individuals 60 years of age or older and a $4.50 fee for those under age 60 for the daily meal. Call for details.
Home Delivered Meals
These meals are available in David City and close distances. Each meal is one-third of the recommended daily nutritional needs for an individual. The meals are delivered by volunteers dedicated to helping others. Modified diets are also available with doctor's orders. Call for complete information or one day in advance to order a meal.
Health & Fitness
Foot care clinics, blood pressure screenings, and hearing aid services are offered at various times during the month. Special presentations and programs, many focusing on health education, are offered periodically throughout the year.
Tai Chi classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
What: Tai Chi is a graceful form of exerre ise th at i nvo Ives a series of movements, kn own as forms th at a re performed in a slow, focused manner combined with controlled breathing. It is a low impact exercise that puts minimal stress on muscles and joints-making it suitable for many older adults. It doesn't require special equipment and can be practiced indoors or outdoors, either alone or in a group.
Who: People who are 60 years of age or older.
Why: Each year, about one third of adults aged 65 years of age and older fall, and 20 to 30 percent of those who fall suffer moderate to severe injuries, such as bruises, hip fractures, and head traumas. Falls a re the le ad i ng ca use of in jury deaths and the most common ca use of non fatal injuries among this population. By taking a Tai Chi class you improve your strength and balance, and helps prevent falls. Research has shown that practicing Tai Chi, a balance-prompting exercise, is a very effective way for older adults to reduce the risk of falling and to maintain their independence.
FROG - Fitness Reaching Older Generations on Wednesdays: An exercise program led by a trained instructor. It is designed to help older adults improve their mobility and strength to help prevent injuries caused by falls. Exercise is low impact, with or without chair assistance, and only as strenuous as the participant wants it to be.
We have many activities for people to participate in such as quilting, puzzles, and cards. We have cards every Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm.
Public transportation for all ages is provided by the Butler County Transit Van. Service can be one way or round trip. We do have special rate days for Omaha, Lincoln and Columbus. For complete details, cost and scheduling call 402-367-6131.
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Phone: 402-367-6131 This is a taxi service in David City that is operated by volunteers. Call for more information or to schedule transportation. Advanced arrangements are necessary.)
An Aging Partners counselor is located at 370 N. Fifth St., David City. Call 402-367-4537 for advice and information on how to remain independent and in your own home.
Butler County Senior Services
Butler County Senior Services is dedicated to helping individuals age 60 and older live independently and remain an active and vital part of the community. We provide information on the network of services available to older adults and assist individuals and their families in accessing these services.
Butler County Senior Services is jointly sponsored by County, State and Federal funds made available through the Butler County Board of Supervisors and Aging Partners. Contributions for services and donations also help to support the program.
All activities and services of the Butler County Senior Services Program are provided without regard to race, color, creed, national origin or disability.
Exercise classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:30 to 11:00; and an equipped exercise room is available for use any time the Center is open. Also, for the convenience of seniors, the Memorial Health Care Systems provide yearly flu shots.
Noon meals are served five days per week, with the exception of holidays or when special activities are scheduled. Birthdays and anniversaries are celebrated each month with a special meal and program.
Fourth Thursday of each month
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Suggested Donation – $6
Large potato, toppings, homemade desserts, and coffee or tea!
Seward Senior Shuttle
The Seward Senior Shuttle provides transportation for senior citizens of Seward who are age 60 or older and are ambulatory. Transportation is provided within the City Limits and two miles beyond. Reservations may be made by calling 402-643-3177 between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. This service is provided through the Lied Senior Center and is funded entirely through contributions and donations from clientele, organizations and businesses without the use of tax funds. Riders are asked to donate at least $1 per trip.
FOOD SERVICE: 3 meals are offered each day (7 days per week). Breakfast at 7:00am, Lunch at 12 Noon, and Supper at 5:30pm. If possible, call to make a reservation (especially for the morning meal) at (402) 362-0127. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come regardless. If you are in need of food pantry items, you can pick up food 7 days per week from 6:30am - 7:00pm.
CLOTHING DISTRIBUTION: If anyone needs specific clothing items, they can call the Mission and we will make those items available for their selection. We will NOT have open door distribution during virus transmission concerns. Please call if you have a need and we will gladly serve your needs if we can. We do not charge for any of our services including clothing.
CLASSES AND CHAPELS: Discipleship classes and Chapel services will continue at this time. If there is a local outbreak we will reassess at that time. Teachers and Chapel leaders are encouraged to make decisions about their participation according to their personal health concerns.
DROPPING OFF DONATIONS: We depend on the generous “Gifts in Kind” from our communities. If you are concerned about coming into the Mission with your gifts, please call from your vehicle when you arrive and we will be glad to come out to you.
Living Water Mission also offers overnight accommodations for people in need. Please contact them (whether by phone or in person) to learn more about this program.
The Senior Center of Milford provides services and activities for older adults (60+) in Seward County. The center offers low-cost nutritious meals five days per week. Reservations must be made one day in advance. On the second Thursday of each month, instead of the regular noon meal, brunch is served at 11:00 am, followed by BINGO at 11:30 am. Each Wednesday the center offers a hot dish and Salad Bar. One Wednesday each month is designated as Wellness Wednesday and features a speaker following the Salad Bar. The last Monday of the month a special noon meal with entertainment following, is scheduled to celebrate the Birthdays of that month. All are invited, but reservations must be made in advance.
A variety of recreational activities are offered daily, including crafts, card games, music, exercise classes and equipment. As well as day trips through Seward County Transit. If you have a talent you can share, please stop by!
The Milford Senior Shuttle operates between 9:00 am and 2:30 pm. You may use the shuttle for any stops around Milford, just contact the center, preferably the day before so we can have our drivers ready.
Many opportunities exist for volunteers to share their time and talents. Volunteers help by driving for the Senior Shuttle, picking meals up, preparing and serving meals, training people to use the exercise equipment, preparing for our fundraisers, teaching crafts and exercise classes to name a few.
The Center also offers regularly scheduled blood pressure screenings, blood sugar checks and foot care.
NE Lifespan Respite Network Brochure
Taking care of yourself - is one of the best ways to help your loved ones!
Respite is help for the helpers. Respite is a break for unpaid family caregivers caring for a loved one with special needs. Respite allows the family caregiver time away to care for their personal needs. Research shows that when family caregivers take time for themselves, they improve their physical and emotional health.
You can use respsite to: Go to the grocery store, visit the doctor, have lunch with a friend, take a nap, or anything else you need or want to reduce stress.
A family caregiver is a person who provides ongoing care for an individual unable to care for themself due to age, physical or mental disability, or illness. If your loved one cannot be left alone due to a special need, we can help.
Caregiving is rewarding, but also demanding and stressful. We offer information, education, and support. We are the place to contact to discuss your respite needs.
Who provides respite? There is some flexibility in finding providers. Your local respite coordinator can assist you with finding a provider in your area. You may be able to use family members, friends, or neighbors as paid providers. Depending on funding source, other possibilities include: organizations, camps, a trusted agency, a local volunteer-led organization or group, volunteer-led school-based program, equine program, faith-based or other approved activities. While your loved one is attending an activity, you are getting a break-and that's what respite is all about!
You can locate screened respite providers at nrrs.ne.gov/respite. Click on "Find a Provider."
Congregate and Home Delivered Meal Program, meals are served Monday through Friday. The Osceola and Stromsburg Centers have Home Delivered meals on the weekends supplied by the nursing facilities. Holiday and Special Meals. Potluck meals once per month. Exercise and Nutrition Programs in all centers. Regular free blood pressure checks by Polk County Health Department. Pool and Pitch tournaments each month.
Pool, cards, puzzles, dominoes, morning coffee. and telecare. Bingo on 1st Wednesday, Cards or Dominoes every Tuesday afternoon, exercise on Mondays and Thursdays and Birthday Party every other month on the 3rd Friday. Potluck, Pool and Pitch tournaments. Hours-9am to 3 pm Monday through Friday except holidays.
Congregate Meals 5 days a week-served at Senior Center. Home delivered meals 7 days a week, Shuffleboard, Vintage Voice, Pool, Cards, Puzzles, Craft Shop, Coffee and goodies, Meeting places, Blood Pressure checks, Aerobics, Pot Luck once a month, Busy Wheels, Tele-Care.
Meals delivered to your home at noon. Available to those living in the Village of Utica. Anyone who, because of age, is in need of this service; convalescents; anyone physically handicapped.
The York Area Senior Center is a non-profit 501c(3) organization located in York, Nebraska. The facility is located at 725 Nebraska Avenue in York, NE in the downtown area. Through donations, grants, assistance from the City of York, and many, many volunteers the doors opened in August, 2002. We serve the senior population of 55 years of age and older in a various ways. We welcome visitors from all over anytime our facility is open.
Along with daily activities, many special events take place throughout the year. We hold a special fundraising meal the 3rd Thursday of each month and everyone is welcome to attend. Movie days, holiday parties, evening gatherings, and weekend events provide options to many different people and their interests.
Meals are available most days that we are open. York County Aging serves hot meals and soup/salad bars and volunteers hosts potlucks and special day meals. Guest speakers and entertainers visit us on Wednesdays after the noon meal and during the once a month supper meal provided by York County Aging. Specific menus are available at the facility.
The York Area Senior Center is also used as a rental space for wedding receptions, birthday and anniversary parties, group meetings, etc. We have a fully equipped commercial kitchen, a variety of seating options, and a conference room for smaller groups. Wi-Fi internet is available.
York County Aging Services provides a variety of services that are available to York County. These services include: Information & Referral, System Advocacy, Volunteer Opportunities, Local Government Offices. This agency serves older adults that are 60 years old and older. Contact the agency for any eligibility questions. You can also contact your closest Aging & Disability Resource Center: Aging Partners.
Congregate meals, recreation and socialization.
York Leisure Home is a HUD Apartment. HUD residents usually pay 30% of their gross income for rent. The rent amount, less approved HUD deductions such as medical and child care expenses, and other allowances, includes a utility allowance. HUD Residents also may choose to pay what is known as flat rent. The HACC works with applicants to determine which rent arrangement is best for them. York Leisure Home is a senior low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact York Leisure Home for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Type: One Bedroom Available