Southfield Community Conversation on Needs of Seniors March 1

Southfield Community Conversation on Needs of Seniors March 1


SOUTHFIELD, MI – The Southfield Commission on Senior Adults (COSA) will host a community conversation on the needs of senior adults on March 1 from 5-7 p.m. in the Southfield Pavilion, 26000 Evergreen Road.

The event follows the initial community conversation held last September and is the next step as the city works to be designated as an AARP Age Friendly Community. The meeting will focus on discussing improvements in the following eight areas: outdoor spaces and buildings; transportation; housing; social participation; respect and social inclusion; civic participation and employment; communication and information; and community support and health services.

The Commission on Senior Adults (COSA) was created to present recommendations and information to the Mayor and City Council based on investigation and study of the needs, concerns and problems of senior adults living in Southfield. COSA works closely with city departments or local agencies which serve the senior adult community. COSA also monitors state and federal legislation and serves as an educational link to services and resources designed to support our senior community.

To register for the community conversation, RSVP by Monday, February 26 to Southfield Human Services at (248) 796-4540 or email Rhonda Terry at



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