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In accordance with CDC and the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department directives, the Board of Directors of the Wickham Park Senior Center is taking precautionary measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, the Wickham Park Senior Center facility is closed and all programs and activities are suspended until further notice.

We’ll continue to monitor this health risk and will keep you informed via email or on our website of any changes.

Thank you for your patience and understanding


We invite you to check out how WPSC can provide the ways to enrich, expand and maintain an active lifestyle while having fun, making friends and learning new things. You are a click away from exploring and immersing yourself in those new, exciting activities you've always wanted to try. Whether it's learning to use a computer,learning to dance, fun ways to exercise, shuffleboard, field trips, bingo, duplicate bridge, novice bridge, bridge classes on all levels. Maybe you'd like to learn how to china paint or knit, crochet or sew. Just want some quiet time alone? Enjoy the peace and tranquility of our comfortable library and reading room. The annual membership is $20 for people 50+.

Don't see what you want? Find out how you can get a new activity started. Maybe you would like to join our volunteer staff and experience the responsibility and satisfaction of helping to maintain and run our beautiful facility.

The links to the left and below can be your door to a new world of activities and experiences, limited only by the extent of your imagination and desire. Please call our friendly office staff for more details and information. 321-255-4494

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Senior Resources
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, while persons 65 years of age and older comprise only 13 percent of the population, they account for roughly one-third of all medications prescribed in the United States. These older adults are more likely to be prescribed long-term and multiple prescriptions, which can lead to abuse, misuse and complications.

Following are links provided by Public Outreach, DrugWatch.com to educate seniors as well as the public about prescription and over-the-counter medications and the side effects involved.

Blood thinner prescribed to help prevent strokes.
Site made specifically for seniors regarding harmful drugs
Latest news on drug recalls, studies and treatment options
Making the Move to Assisted Living
Senior Health Resources
Boomer's Roadmap to Aging in Place
Guide to Senior Nutrition
Moving Tips for Seniors
Financial Resources for Seniors
Guide to Medicare and Medicaid for Seniors
Veterans Benefits for Seniors
Legal Planning for Alzheimer's and Dementia
The Guide to Cardiac Rehabilitation
Veterans Administration Benefits
Assisted living & gov. assist.