Joe Robach has always made seniors a priority during his tenure in the New York State Legislature.  During the last ten years that Joe Robach has served in the New York State Senate, he has been able to secure extensive grants for many different programs and organizations which benefit seniors in the Rochester community.  These programs have had a lasting impact on our senior citizens.

One senior citizen organization that Joe Robach has secured funding for is OASIS.  OASIS is a pioneer in the field of successful aging, offering programs of continued lifelong learning, healthy lifestyles and civic engagement for people age 50+.   Joe Robach knows that this important program helps seniors keep their brains and bodies fit through intellectually stimulating educational classes, evidence-based health programs, computer instruction and volunteer engagement.

Another important senior organization that Joe Robach has supported is Lifespan. Lifespan in Rochester, NY provides information, guidance and more than 30 services that help older adults and caregivers take on longer life.  Lifespan offers important service to seniors including information involving financing long term care, job placement assistance, eldercare guidance, assistance handling bill paying and finances, advice about “senior” housing, help with health insurance options under Medicare, and/or assistance in an elder abuse situation.  Joe Robach knows that Lifespan plays a critical role in helping seniors in Rochester and Monroe County.

Joe Robach has also been a strong supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association, which helps people of all ages, although mainly seniors.  Joe Robach knows that the Alzheimer’s Association does incredible work in the Rochester community.  Specifally, the Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementias.

For a full list of senior organizations Joe Robach has secured funding for throughout his tenure, people should contact Joe Robach’s office.