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Free Tax Help for Seniors Offered at Summit

The Summit offers free Tax-Aide counseling through AARP as part of an IRS-sponsored program for seniors. Trained and certified volunteer counselors assist people of low-to-middle income with special attention to those 60 and over for both federal and state returns. Call (734) 394-5460 for an appointment at the Summit Senior Center. Find more locations near you.

Tax Help for Seniors

Need help with filing taxes? The Canton Senior Center, in cooperation with AARP-Michigan has begun scheduling appointments with seniors needing assistance with their taxes. To book an appointment, call the Senior Desk at The Summit at (734) 394-5485 now.

Baby Boomers & Technology

Baby Boomers respond differently to new technology according to a recent report from Microsoft/AARP. They believe technology can be used to improve health care and fitness, going to demand simpler devices that are safer and easier to use, and they will be a big factor in the adoption of e-readers, recognizing that electronic devices let you carry a lot more reading material and view it in a way that is comfortable.

If You Lose Your Job & 55 or Older

If you are 55 or older, AARPĀ  has job programs (there may be certain income requirements) and information. It will assess your skills and interests, then connect you with free training.

Time to Tune Up Your Driving Skills?

Did you know AARP offers a Driver Safety Program for drivers age 50 and older? For over 25 years, this refresher course has taught experienced drivers current rules of the road, how to operate their vehicle more safely in today's increasingly challenging driving environment, and adjustments they may need to make to common age-related changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time. For more information call AARP's Detroit Information Center (313) 832-6846 during business hours or AARP's website.