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Caregiver Guide Classes
Are you caring for a family member or friend who is aging, is chronically ill, or has a disability or mental illness? Caregiver guide classes provide hands-on training on a variety of topics to help you. For more information or to sign up for this free course, call Nancy Madsen at Mountainland Aging and Family Services at (801) 229-3818

Caregiver Support Groups
Various locations and times for groups are offered throughout Utah County. These provide peer support, education, and hands-on training to assist caregivers. For more information please call Mountainland Department of Aging at (801) 229-3814.

Senior Programs
Contact the Highland City Arts for additional information about classes or programs being offered.

Senior Citizen Appreciation Dinner

The Highland Youth City Council invites all Senior Citizen's 60 & over to the annual Young At Heart Appreciation Dinner. This event will be held on October 26, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lone Peak High School Cafeteria.  The menu will include chicken & vegetable kabobs, rice, salad, pineapple and dessert.  The evening will feature live entertainment and a presentation about vehicle safety from a local scout candidate.  Vehicle safety screenings begin at 5:00pm in the parking lot.  This is a FREE event for Highland Seniors.  RSVP encouraged, but not required to 801-772-4507 or