Our lives have been severely disrupted by the public health concern that COVID-19 presents. We are working hard to find unique and innovative ways to bring accurate protective information to Menasha's older adults and continuing a connection to the Senior Center which is a relied upon hub for social connection and health. 

COVID-19 for Older Adults

COVID-19 is a new disease and we are still learning about it. We do know that it is spread very easily from person to person through respiratory droplets (when you cough, sneeze, talk, sing, etc.). We also know that older adults can be more likely to develop severe illness if they contract COVID-19, so it is important to take steps to protect yourself and stay healthy. Here are some things you can do to prevent contracting and potentially spreading COVID-19:
Stay home if you have ANY symptoms of illness. Some symptoms of COVID-19 include:
-Fever or chills
-Shortness of breath
-New loss of taste or smell
-Muscle or body aches

Wear a face covering whenever you are outside your home and when other people are present. Make sure your face covering covers both your nose and mouth.
Do not gather in large groups. It is recommended to keep gatherings to fewer than 10 people.
Stay six (6) feet away from people who do not live with you.
Wash your hands well and often.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Visit this Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website: to learn more about COVID-19 and how to protect yourself. You can also visit the Menasha Health Department’s website: or call (920) 967-3520.

How to Stay Connected with the Senior Center
Read the Chatter
All of our most current classes, events, and programs are listed in The ChatterWe are dedicated to providing a safe and fun environment so the events may look a little different than normal. All activities require preregistration!  


Exercise classes

Exercise classes can be accessed with a Silver Sneaker's card here

How to Connect with the Community

United Way Give Help, Get Help 
The United Way, in conjunction with helping agencies across the Fox Valley, have come together to provide a central resource list. Visit the link below to find out how you can Give Help and Get Help!

Phone Pal Program

Volunteer Fox Cities has a great Volunteer Fox Cities is bringing the idea of a Pen Pal program to the phone lines. If you are feeling a bit lonely call 920-832-9360 ext 203,, or visit The Phone Pals program provides friendly phone calls to individuals based on the requested frequency and preferred schedule.

Stay well!