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Clay County 2018 Annual Report is now available for your viewing pleasure!
Click on the cover below to view.

You can also view this on our Annual Report page on this website.
Please call our office if you would like a paper copy.


Clay County Senior Services holds the license to offer the Aging Mastery Program in Clay County. We offered to pilot the program in the Kansas City metro area in 2017 after meeting with Jim Firman, CEO for the National Council on Aging. Clay County Senior Services continues to administer and support the program here in Clay County. 

If your organization is interested in offering or sponsoring an AMP class, please contact Tina Uridge: tina@claycoseniors.org.

The Aging Mastery Program (AMP) encourages mastery — developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security and overall well-being. Classes are offered year-round in various locations.

A 12-week Aging Mastery Program for Caregivers will begin on Monday, August 5, 2019.
This class is free to any caregiver, but you must register! Class size is limited to 25 people.
To register, call Diana Englander at 816-256-8096.

The basic 10-week program of Aging Mastery will be offered starting on Friday, September 13, 2019,
from 10 til 11:30 am at the Northland Human Services Building.
Register through NKC Schools Community Education: 816-321-5010.
See the flyer: AMP September 2019

Aging Mastery Program is free to anyone age 60+!

You can also visit: http://marc.org/Community/KC-Communities-for-All-Ages/Initiatives/Aging-Mastery-Program