Services for Seniors
The Webster Senior Center is dedicated to support and enhance the lives of seniors 50 years and older by providing programs and services that promote active, independent and healthy lifestyles. We offer a diverse selection of activities such as; games, day trips, fitness classes, cards and more. Our monthly newsletter – including menu and activity calendar can be found on our website.
Lunch Club 60 Benefits Healthy nutritious meal planned by a registered dietician from Monroe County. Meals served Monday-Friday between 11:45-12:15 PM. Small suggested contribution of just $3.00 for lunch for those 60 and older. Transportation for Webster Residents to and from our center. Free access to our fitness facilities on lunch days, free fitness classes and lap walking in the gym to those meeting center standards. Free transportation to offsite trips to those meeting center standards!
Address: 1350 Chiyoda Dr.
Participants must be ages 55 and older. Meetings take place from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesdays at the Webster Recreation Center, 1350 Chiyoda Drive. No audition is required.
The program is free for those who join the Lunch Club 60.
For information: (585) 703-2979
Webster Association of Senior Program Supporters (W.A.S.P.S):
Webster Association of Senior Program Supporters (W.A.S.P.S) provides transportation for residents 60 and over and/or a disabled retiree who live within the Webster School District.
We drive seniors to various appointments including: medical, dental, dialysis, chemotherapy, physical therapy, pharmacy visits and health related shopping. WASPS also provides wheelchair service if needed.
Service is provided Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 3:00pm. A financial donation for transportation is requested.
Please call the W.A.S.P.S. appointment line at 585-216-7829
Medical Equipment Loan Cupboard:
Loans medical equipment such as walkers, crutches, canes, manual wheelchairs, portable ramps.
Located at 979 Bay Rd.
Meals on Wheels:
Each day we deliver a hot, nutritious meal and provide a daily check-in to the home bound, elderly, or ill through a dedicated volunteer force. Anyone can request Meals On Wheels service: friends, family, physicians, or recipients themselves. No person is denied service on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or marital status. All meals are prepared under the supervision of professionally trained personnel and monitored by a Registered Dietitian. All meals are lower in sodium and fat than commercially prepared meals.
Delivery options include: Daily meals – which can be modified to meet a variety of medical needs / Weekly meals – frozen meals and groceries / Weekend meals – frozen meals delivered during the week / Kosher meals – prepared by the Jewish Home of Rochester