Office for the Aging


Ontario County Office for the Aging

is a human-service agency located at 3019 County Complex Dr. in Canandaigua, New York.

Nestled in the Finger Lakes region, the county houses approximately 110,000 residents. The Office for the Aging serves people 60 years of age and older and their caregivers. The mission of this office is to provide advocacy, information, assistance, assessment, and referral.

To learn more about our office please visit our About Us page.

Senior of the Year Awards

 Nominate an older adult who has made a significant contribution during the past year to our community.   All eligible nominees will be recognized and receive an award certificate.

 To be eligible all nominees must:
Be a resident of Ontario County
  •  Must not have been recognized in the past five years
  •  Be 60 years of age or over
  •  Have a record of unpaid volunteer community service
  •  Only submissions on the designated form (opposite side) are accepted
  •  Entries must be received by April 20th, 2016

The ceremony will be held on: Friday, May 19th, 2017



*** Special Announcements ***

Job Opening Food Site Aide


Powerful Tools for Caregivers
 (Powerful Tools for Caregivers April 11th - May 16th at Clifton Springs Library)
Powerful Tools for Caregivers May 4th - June 8th Victor Library
Powerful Tools for Caregivers June 8th - July 13th Geneva Library 

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Citizens Academy

Bone Builders Class starting April 17th at

“The Palace”

10 Crane Street

Clifton Springs, NY 14432


Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays 10:00am to 11:00am.

Classes are free.


Bone Builders is a volunteer run program that helps prevent osteoporosis, increases muscle strength, improves balance to reduce risk of falling, and gives you more energy.


Call Amy Brunner at 315-665-0131 x250 for more information


The Fraud Corner

For the most recent and up to date news on fraudulent activities, please visit our Scam Alerts page.

Home Delivered Meals Program is in Need of Volunteers
For more information please visit our Volunteer page or contact Angela Wohlschlegel 585-396-4837.
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How do I get help?

By calling NY Connects or Office for the Aging at (585) 396 - 4040 or
(315) 781 - 1321

New York Connects, a “Single Point of Entry” for long-term care services, is a program of the Ontario County Office for the Aging.

It offers a “one-stop shop” for consumers attempting to navigate the many aspects of the long-term care system.

Telephone interpretation service available.
NY Connects