Welcome to Living Well in Wabash County CoA, Inc.
We invite you to explore our website and encourage you to let us know how we can help you and the older adults in your life.
Coming in May . . .
3 Time with Terry acrylic painting class begins at 1pm
Learn from the professional Wabash artist! The class will meet for six weeks. There is a limit of 10 students and the cost is $20 to cover materials.
Update: We have reached the maximum for this class, but we are adding names to a waiting list. If you are interested, please call the Center at 563-4475.
9 May Birthday Party! Vocalist Ellen Mock will be performing. 1pm
Call the Center to make your reservation. Come and celebrate with those who were born in May!
23 "Starting the Conversation" presented by LWWC's CEO Beverly Ferry
Join us for lunch as Beverly Ferry presents information on how to prepare for the later years of life. Issues of dependence, living arrangements and planning are important topics for everyone to consider.
This event will be held at Zion Lutheran Church, 173 Hale Dr, Wabash and is being funded by a grant from the Lutheran Foundation to Zion Lutheran Church. There is no cost for this event.
Reservations are required by May 17 and may be made at the Senior Center or by calling the Center.
About Us . . .
is to assist the citizens of Wabash County in meeting their social, physical, economic and mobility needs with an emphasis on persons age 60 and over.
Contributions Add Value and Purpose
When expanding our team of senior leaders, volunteers, board members and staff, we seek people who have a heart for serving others. If you feel that describes you, we encourage you to contact us to find out more about opportunities to serve.
Our Goal is to foster senior independence
We have information on resources and programs that enable older adults to live independently for as long as possible. Contact our Senior Transitions Coordinator Susan Wakefield for information.
Our Core Competency
is providing opportunities for older adults to use their time, talents, experience and knowledge to meet the needs of the residents of Wabash County, including those of older adults and their families.
We depend on the support of our community.
Other than transportation and the lunch program, our programs rely on donations to exist and flourish. Your tax deductible gift is an investment in more than the bricks and mortar of the Senior Center. Your gift helps one in four Wabash County residents to live a better life and as a result, makes our community stronger.
Formerly Wabash County Council on Aging, Inc., Living Well in Wabash County CoA, Inc. was established in 1974. We changed our name in 2011 to better reflect what we do and our approach to aging. We strive to meet the changing needs of senior citizens.
If the price of helping someone is a person's dignity, the price is too high. If we ever fail to reflect that philosophy in any way, we ask that you contact our CEO, Beverly Ferry at or at 260-563-4475. We also ask that if a member of our team or any of our programs and services exemplify that and touched your life we would appreciate hearing that as well. Living Well in Wabash County CoA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.