Active Adult Communities

4/9/2015 | By Seniors Guide Staff

Triangle Senior Centers: Providing Services, Activities and Information to the Community

Whether you need to know how to find services to maintain your independence or are simply looking for a way to meet new people, stop by a Triangle J Area on Aging senior center and you’ll probably find exactly what you need … and then some. Created to respond to seniors’ diverse interests and needs, these multi-purpose facilities offer a wide variety of activities and assistance for seniors in the community. They’re also the ideal setting for seniors to meet and interact with their peers and even offer the opportunity to connect with people with different backgrounds and learn from one another.

However, people over 55 aren’t the only ones reaping the benefits of Triangle senior centers. These facilities are a resource for the whole community, providing insight about aging and information about caregiving to family members and friends providing support to seniors. In addition, Triangle senior centers recruit help from people of all ages, with a variety of skills and interests, to add value to their services and programs.

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Cary Senior Center
Center of Excellence
Fred B. Bond Park
120 Maury O’Dell Place
Cary, NC 27512-8005

Eastern Wake Senior Center
Center of Merit
323 Lake Drive
Wendell, NC 27591-9492
(919) 365-4684

Garner Senior Center
Center of Excellence
205 E. Garner Road
Garner, NC 27529-3311
(919) 772-5057

Northern Wake Senior Center
Center of Excellence
235 E. Holding Street
Wake Forest, NC 27587-2927
(919) 554-0725

Five Points Center for Active Adults
2000 Noble Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27608
(919) 996-4730


Seniors Guide Staff

Seniors Guide has been addressing traditional topics and upcoming trends in the senior living industry since 1999. We strive to educate seniors and their loved ones in an approachable manner, and aim to provide them with the right information to make the best decisions possible.

Seniors Guide Staff