Foster County Council on Aging is a not-for-profit organization incorporated in North Dakota in 1984. It was formed to provide facilities and activities for senior citizens in Foster County. And to assess their needs and meet them through programs, services, and activities.
Congregate Meals are hot meals which assure a minimum of one-third of the Required Daily Allowance (RDA) are served to groups of older persons at senior centers throughout the County.
Frozen Meals are available to elderly people who are unable to shop and prepare meals, and where hot home delivered meals are not available.
The Home Delivered Meals program, frequently called “Meals on Wheels,” provides a hot meal to seniors who are unable to shop and prepare food on their own.
Liquid Supplements such as Ensure are available for purchase through the senior centers.
Newsletters are published bi-monthly and include news, schedules of activities and menus.
Outreach services is a personalized approach to seeking out older persons, identifying their service needs, and motivating, as well as assisting them to access available services.
Public Transportation services are available throughout the counties served by South Central Adult Services. All vehicles display the name South Central Transit Network. Transportation is available to take the general public to and from meal sites and for other purposes which include: medical appointments, shopping, recreation, schools and personal needs. Wheelchair accessible vehicles are available.
Seniors Centers offer congregate meals and a variety of recreational and social activities.