|We want your input! As a senior citizen, are you looking for things to do in Bellevue? Do you want educational seminars? Do you want fitness classes? Do you want social functions? Bellevue's Leisure Services Department would like to provide services that "you" want!
If you have any ideas, questions, concerns or comments please contact us.
Please see our current Program Guide for more detailed information on our current program offerings. We hope to see you there!
Senior Advisory Board
The Senior Advisory Board is an instrumental group of people that helps to make decisions relating to programs, events, etc. They are also very active in planning and running many of the senior events. The Board is led by a Village staff member from the Leisure Services Department. Senior Advisory Board positions are voluntary and members need not necessarily live in Bellevue.
Senior Advisory Board Members:
Roger VandenLangenberg Chairperson and Park Commission Liaison
Helpful Older Adult Links:
The following web sites will be helpful in your search for information and online assistance. These web sites and links are not under the control of the Village of Bellevue. Listings are not intended to be endorsements of the organization or information provided, or warranty of any type, on the host web site.
Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County -- Your ultimate resource for all your aging needs and concerns for Brown County seniors.
Department of Health & Family Services -- Information on aging for older adults.
Alzheimers Disease Education & Referral Center -- Information on Alzheimer's Disease.
Social Security -- Calculate your benefit amount and get other good information about this benefit.
National Family Caregivers Association -- Find support, receive a caregiver's packer, get in contact with other caregivers.
HelpGuide.org -- A non-profit guide to mental health and well-being.
Medicare -- Information from the federal government about medicare.
Access to Eligibility Support Services for Health & Nutrition -- This web site is a quick and easy way for people who live in Wisconsin to see if they might be able to get help through Wisconsin's health and nutrition programs.
American Associations of Retired People (AARP) -- AARP is dedicated to quality of life and offers services and support accordingly.
Wisconsin Residential Options -- Choosing housing that fits your needs.