"Energize Your Life" with the programs and activities of the Baltimore County Department of Aging (BCDA). Take a few moments to watch a video to learn more about the life-changing services and programs we offer.
No Senior Eats Alone Day—September 15
The Baltimore County Department of Aging is inviting everyone to participate in No Senior Eats Alone Day on Thursday, September 15th. Our goal is to help make the older adults in our community feel valued and connected! Help make a difference—one person at a time—for the 190,000 adults over the age of 60 in Baltimore County. In addition to all 20 Baltimore County Senior Centers hosting meals, many community partners are offering meal specials and activities. To discover the meal specials being offered or to register as a community partner, visit the No Senior Eats Alone Day list.
BCDA offers a wide array of resources for keeping aging residents connected with today’s technology.
Baltimore County: Age and Dementia Friendly
The Age-Friendly and Dementia Friendly initiatives have aligned their efforts to ensure that persons of all ages, cultures, abilities and interests can access the resources they need to create the life they choose.
Publications and Media
Connect with BCDA through our publications and media, including social media, our community resources directory or our "Time of Your Life" digest and TV show.
Become a Partner or Sponsor
BCDA offers a wide range of exciting partnership and sponsorship opportunities in order to connect businesses and nonprofits with the services our clients need and request, as well as provide target-marketing to older adults, baby boomers, caregivers, families, adults with disabilities and professionals. To learn more, call 410-887-2012.
Inclement Weather Policy
It is the policy of BCDA to open and fully operate its programs as scheduled. Learn about the operation status of seniors centers and CountyRide, or call 410-887-2594 to learn about the status of other BCDA programs/activities. Read more about the County's inclement weather policy.
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