Services for the Elderly, Farmington, CT


Assistance Information:  We maintain a list of people and agencies who, for compensation, perform various tasks for the elderly. read more . . .


ImageServices for the Elderly is located at the rear of the Farmington Community/Senior Center. We are dedicated to Farmington’s older citizens by helping them remain independent, productive and at home through programs and services such as Meals-on-Wheels, Friendly Visitors, Friendly Shoppers, transportation to medical appointments and by loaning donated, used medical equipment to those in need. We also provide information on other services available so our older citizens and their families know where to go if assistance beyond what we can provide is needed.  Click Here to download and print a copy of our brochure.

Our 2016 MARCH FOR MEALS campaign has been a tremendous success.  The Farmington business community and our school children have exceeded last year's totals.  Our school children alone collected $2500 more than in 2015.  We are fortunate in our community that we have such caring children who value the seniors of Farmington.  We also want to thank the members of the business community who have faithfully supported us in our continuing endeavor to provide balanced and nutritious meals to seniors who find it difficult to shop and prepare meals for themselves.  Thank you all again for your extraordinary generosity on behalf of the seniors of Farmington.
We are MEALS ON WHEELS America

Call us if you or a loved one needs assistance with meals whether short-term or long-term.  Your age or income is not a factor in receiving meals on wheels assistance.  Click here for more information.

"IT'S GOOD TO GET OUTis for ladies who are 65 or older, live alone, are looking for companionship, enjoy fun and adventure and getting out of the house but do not drive, we have a great new group you should join. Enjoy a pleasant day and good company going on entertaining field trips to interesting places in our area. Your transportation and admission is free. Click here for a brochure.