Senior Participation

Among the biggest challenges in creating programming for residents ages 60 and older are first overcoming the “senior” stereotype, then identifying activities that appeal to their interests and abilities. Kent Park and Recreation in Connecticut coordinates a monthly senior-trip program, thanks in large part to a municipal transportation grant, which makes possible free transportation via the rural transit district bus. Travel is limited to the state’s 169 cities and towns, and the 16 passengers on the bus must be town …

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