Area Office for the Aging
The Seneca Nation Area Office for the Aging (SNI AOA) was established to ensure that Seneca Elders have the opportunity to age with dignity, manage their own lives and remain independent and productive members of the Seneca community and within their families.
Services provided include, expanded in home service for the elderly program, nutrition, exercise, senior support services/ caregiver respite, minor home repair, daily trips, rides, medical transport, legal services, recreation/crafts, information and referral outreach and on-site dietitian.
We are excited to announce that the AOA Elder Centers are fully reopened. The Wini Kettle Senior Center and the Seneca Allegany Elder Center will be open to Elders from 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday.
Elders are welcome to stop in and enjoy the AOA facilities. Play a game, work on your crafts, or just enjoy a cup of coffee with friends. All activities will be self-directed until normal staffing levels resume. Please note that COVID safety precautions are still being followed, including: temperature screenings, social distancing and mask wearing for unvaccinated individuals.
Lunch will continue to be served from 12-1pm each day at:
- Wini Kettle Senior Center, 28 Thomas Indian School Drive, Irving, NY (daily)
- 44 Seneca Street, Salamanca, NY (daily)
- Seneca Allegany Center, 3644 Administration Drive, Salamanca, NY (Thursdays only)
Please remember to call for lunch reservations by 3pm the day before: Allegany (716) 945-8414 , Cattaraugus (716) 532-5777.
If you are not feeling well, please stay home.
Please see attached to view the August 2021 newsletter.
AOA is reopening for congregate dining on Monday, June 7th. Capacity is limited and reservations are required.
Please call by 3pm the day before and leave a message to make reservations for lunch. More details on the flyer.
**AOA will only be open for congregate dining at this time. Access to the Elder Centers for activities, crafts, and trips will begin at a later date.**