Senior Services and Resources

Senior CPR Class March 6

Naperville's Senior Task Force has partnered with the Naperville Fire Department to offer a free CPR class to senior citizens at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 6, at the Safety Town campus, 1320 Aurora Ave. This two-hour class is intended for people who do not need a CPR/AED course completion card for a job or other requirements and is ideal for those who are interested in learning skills on how to save a life. The class emphasizes maximum compressions as the key to the CPR process. If interested, please contact task force member Rob Williams at (630) 951-1762 or Robonmain@comcast.net by no later than Friday, Feb. 15. Please note there is a 25-person maximum for this class.

Please note, this class was originally scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Feb.26. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the class has been rescheduled to March 6. All other information, including class time and location, is the same.  

Naperville has a growing senior population, many of whom have lived in Naperville for most of their lives. Our seniors have been instrumental in developing the Naperville we live in today and add continuing value to our City.

The City warmly embraces our seniors and wants to help connect you to information about available resources to fill your unique needs. This is not intended to be an all-inclusive listing of all services and the City does not recommend any one service. The information, services offered and qualifications for those services may change at any time. Agencies may have eligibility criteria that must be met in order to receive certain services, for example: geographic location, age, income guidelines or other criteria.

Did you know?

By the year 2019

27 percent
of Naperville's population will be age 55 or older.

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