The City of Cleveland became “age-friendly” in 2014. This recognizes the city’s efforts to have services and features older adults need to thrive here, safely and independently. Enrique Correa from Cleveland’s TV20 public access channel visited STC to learn more about what we do to make Cleveland a better place for its older residents. Watch our segment here.
CLEVELAND – August 1, 2017 – The Senior Transportation Connection (STC) Board of Directors welcomed two new board members at its July meeting. Doug DeRose is Vice President/Chief Financial & Administrative Officer for the National Tooling & Machining Association. Dale A. Nowak Esq. is a partner at Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC. They join the […]
CLEVELAND – July 12, 2017 – Senior Transportation Connection (STC) will honor founding funder The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and its President Mitchell Balk at the third annual STC fundraiser. The event celebrates their leadership in ensuring comprehensive, coordinated, efficient and affordable transportation is available to seniors and adults with disabilities throughout Cuyahoga County. […]
Did you know that STC vehicles drive about one million miles every year? The STC Annual Report features fun facts about our services to seniors across Cuyahoga County. Meet board members who leader and support STC, keeping it moving and growing! Learn how fundraising helps to purchase new vehicles and what communities we serve. Our drivers were in […]
CLEVELAND – July 20, 2017 – An evening and weekend transportation service for seniors and disabled riders goes countywide, with the help of a federal grant. STC PLUS originally launched in North Olmsted, as a new option for evening and weekend travel for seniors and adults with disabilities. STC PLUS allows passengers from anywhere in […]
CLEVELAND – January 10, 2017 – Senior Transportation Connection (STC) will provide transportation for seniors attending programs at the Rose Centers for Aging Well, effective Feb. 1, 2017. About 250 senior adults rely upon transportation to participate in congregate meals, social, health and wellness programming Monday through Friday at the following Cleveland and East Cleveland […]
“For many individuals in Greater Cleveland, one of life’s most pressing questions is, “How am I going to get there?” For the older adult population and those with disabilities, that question becomes more difficult to answer.” Intern Rachel Szeles talks about her experiences learning about transportation for seniors. Learn more in her Cleveland Foundation Blog post. Her work will […]
To read the article download this PDF Janice Dzigiel of Senior Transportation Connection keeps our town on the go