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Aging Programs

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Sheboygan County has programs to provide seniors with information and assistance in any area of concern to them. It includes dining site managers who visit seniors in their home and assist with arranging for needed services and follow-along. Some of these services include:

Senior Dining Programs

The Sheboygan County Senior Dining has eight (8) Senior Dining sites throughout the county. They are warm, welcoming places for adults age 60 and over to socialize and enjoy tasty, nutritious noon meals with other individuals of similar ages and interests. Each site has a variety of daily programs and activities. There is a friendly manager on site who is knowledgeable about senior services and can offer important information, services or referrals.

Dining Program Logo-Bread

To be eligible for the senior dining program, a person must be:

  • Age 60 or older
  • Any spouse who attends the dining site with their spouse who is age 60 or older
  • A disabled individual who resides at home with an eligible older individual participating in the program

The suggested donation is $4.00 for the meal; however, no one will be turned away because he or she cannot make the suggested contribution. Menus and program activities are published in local newspapers, Moxie and the Seniors in Touch Newsletter. Meal reservations are required in advance, by noon the prior weekday. For general information call 920-467-4100. To reserve a meal call the meal site directly. Dining Program Brochure

  • Adell Senior Dining
    Mary Kempf - Manager
    Monday thru Friday
    510 Seifert Street
    Adell, WI 53001
    Phone: (920) 994-9934

    Cascade Senior Dining
    Mary Kempf - Manager
    Mondays Only
    301 1st Street
    Cascade, WI 53011
    Phone: (920) 994-9934

  • Cedar Grove Senior Dining
    Delores M. - Volunteer Manager
    Mondays Only
    First Reformed Church
    237 S. Main Street
    Cedar Grove, WI 53013
    Phone: (920) 668-6863

    Howards Grove Senior Dining
    Allison Brunette- Manager
    Tuesdays Only
    913 S. Wisconsin Drive
    Howards Grove, WI 53083
    Phone: (920) 565-4879 Ext.106

  • Oostburg Senior Dining
    Terri T. - Volunteer Manager
    Wednesdays Only
    115 N. 15th Street
    Oostburg, WI 53070
    Phone: 920-946-0734

    Plymouth Senior Dining
    Susan Wenzel - Manager
    Monday thru Friday
    1500 Douglas Drive
    Plymouth, WI 53073
    Phone: (920) 892-4821

  • Sheboygan Falls Senior Dining
    Allison Brunette - Manager
    Monday thru Friday
    650 Forest Avenue
    Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
    Phone: (920) 467-9042

    Sheboygan Senior Dining
    Darcy Vollrath - Manager
    Bethany Reformed Church
    Monday thru Friday
    1315 Washington Avenue
    Sheboygan, WI 53081
    Phone: (920) 207-2522

Home Delivered Meal Program

Studies have shown that eating healthy can increase mental acuity, resistance to illness and disease, energy levels, immune system strength, recuperation speed and the ability to manage chronic health problems.

Receiving home-delivered meal ensures that seniors have access to adequate nutrition even when family support, mobility and resources are lacking.

The meals are:

  • Delivered between 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Specialized diet are available when recommended by a physician
  • Short or long term service available
  • Each meal is equal to 1/3 of Recommended Dietary Requirements (RDA)

Seniors age 60 and older who are home-bound and at nutritional risk are eligible to participate in the program on a contribution-only basis. The suggested contribution is $4.00 per meal, but no one is denied a meal if he or she is unable to contribute. Contributions help the program help to provide more meals for other homebound seniors. Home Delivered Meal Brochure

Information and Referral

Provide information about services, resources and programs for seniors their families, caregivers and friends. Provide assistance with linking to available resource.

Handy-Helpers Chore Service

Provides names of persons who are willing to do various types of chore services for seniors, e.g., lawn and yard work, snow shoveling, home maintenance, housekeeping, and companion services.
Handy-Helpers Brochure

Telephone Reassurance

Volunteers phone seniors on a daily basis to ensure their safety and give seniors the opportunity to share their concerns. There is a follow up procedure if the person fails to answer the phone.
Telephone Assistance Brochure


The senior dining sites sponsor bingo nights, a dart ball league, and a tour of the Making Spirits Bright Christmas light display at Evergreen Park. The all-county senior picnic is a highlight of the summer.

Senior Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer activities include providing clerical assistance at the Aging and Disability Resource Center, peer counseling, volunteer drivers, assistance at nutrition sites and home delivered meals.

Volunteer Transportation Program

Volunteers provide transportation to medical appointments both in and out of the county that cannot be provided through the transportation program. The volunteer’s meals and mileage may be eligible for reimbursement.  Volunteer Transportation Program Brochure

Other Resources

Sheboygan Senior Activity Center

Administration on Aging

American Association of Retired People (AARP)

Generations - an Intergenerational Center

Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources

United States Social Security Administration

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