Agencies offerings services to seniors to combat social isolation

The Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) Aging Services Team, serving adults 60 years of age and older in Kansas, and GetSetUp, the largest and fastest-growing virtual social learning platform designed specifically for older adults, have partnered to help combat social isolation and offer education for Kansas seniors with specialized classes focusing on Medicare, nutrition, mental health and aging, and abuse, neglect and exploitation with emphasis on older Kansans. Older Kansans will receive free access to GetSetUp’s more than 4,000 live, interactive classes taught by peers 50 years of age and older that are accessible at https://www.getsetup.io/partner/kansas.
You can also access more information about KDADS and GetSetUp at https://kdads.ks.gov/kdads-commissions/long-term-services-supports/aging-services/getsetup.

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