Aging Adult 

Seniors and Disability Services

Northwest Senior and Disability Services

NWSDS offers many services including: information and assistance, financial and medical assistance, in-home and community based services, senior meals, peer counseling, family caregiver support, Medicare counseling, Adult Foster Home licensing, and Adult Protective Services. 

NWSDS offers “Options counseling” this services provides counseling to help seniors develop a long term care plan while providing important services and resources. To get connected to a options counselors call (503)-304-3420.

Oregon Health Care Association
11740 SW 68 Parkway, Suite 250
Portland, OR 97223

Senior Centers

Friends of McMinnville Senior Center

Chehalem Senior Center

Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC): 
An internet based resource of formation for senior and disabled people

Provides a resource locator and finder where people can search and compare physicians, hospitals, home health agencies, nursing homes and provides information about Medicare benefits. 

 Silver Sneakers
Silver Sneakers is a free fitness program for seniors with certain managed Medicare plans- it gives them free access to Gyms, outdoor classes and some recreational clubs.  Plain Medicare does not cover this service. Not ALL Managed Medicare plans cover- Humana; United Healthcare and PHP Medicare plans are the three most common- but patients should look into their eligibility individually.

Strong for life 
Sponsored by Providence- for 60+– 35 minute classes. There are 13 classes that are offered in Newberg, Sherwood, Dundee and McMinnville.

Yamhill County, Senior Meal Program

Meals on Wheels, Senior Meal Program

Adults Protective Services
Reporting line is

Providence Newberg Community Connections
Call to schedule rides around town and receive support.

Other Resources

Fully Accessible Guide to Smart Home Tech for Disabled and Elderly explains which smart home tech is most user-friendly for those who may have issues with communication or mobility.

This article has been created in compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, which allow those with impairments to easily access the content through means that work for them: