Area Agency on Aging (Senior Centers)

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Kent Island Senior Center

Kent Island Senior Center

Grasonville Senior Center

Grasonville Senior Center

Sudlersville Senior Center

Sudlersville Senior Center
  1. 10,806 meals were delivered to 197 QAC residents

    About 10,806 meals were delivered to 197 QAC residents thanks to the county’s Home Delivered Meal Team, over the last fiscal year. Pictured from left are team members Jean Jeter, Linda Cooke and Regina Bennett, of the Dept. of Community Services.
  2. 10,806 meals were delivered to 197 QAC residents

    About 10,806 meals were delivered to 197 QAC residents thanks to the county’s Home Delivered Meal Team, over the last fiscal year. Pictured from left are team members Jean Jeter, Linda Cooke and Regina Bennett, of the Dept. of Community Services.
  3. County Ride Provided 26,924 Transports !

    Queen Anne’s County Ride provided 26,924 transports of which 9,672 were door to door trips, during the last fiscal year. Read on...
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The Area Agency on Aging offers programs and activities that support senior citizens in their effort to remain healthy, active and independent and to age in place.

Availability
Services are provided through 4 multi-purpose senior centers located in:
  • Centreville
  • Grasonville
  • Kent Island
  • Sudlersville
Meals, activities, information and assistance, transportation, and supportive in-home services are delivered by a staff of 45 full and part time persons.

Equal Opportunity
The Queen Anne’s County Area Agency on Aging is an E.O.E. and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or disability in the admission of, access to, or treatment in its programs or activities.

All seniors are encouraged to avail themselves of the services provided.

Maryland Access Point
Be sure to check out the Maryland Access Point website. Here, you can assess, learn and search for long-term support information and services throughout Maryland.