Motor Vehicle Registration Discount
If you are: retired and have a total income from all sources not exceeding $19,200 (each person), you may be eligible for a motor vehicle registration for a $10 processing fee. Pennsylvania Department of Transportation form MV-371 must be submitted with each renewal.
SeniorDiscounts.com is an online directory of US businesses that offer discounts to people 50 years of age and older. They currently list over 150,000 business locations, which include the contact information, discount information and other information necessary to receive each discount.
The APPRISE program offers free and confidential Medicare counseling to Medicare beneficiaries and those nearing Medicare eligibility. APPRISE Counselors are specially trained to answer your questions, and provide you with objective, easy-to-understand information and assist you with determining eligibility and applying for Medicare cost-savings benefit programs.
Donated Dental Services
If you qualify, you may not need to pay for anything. From time to time, people who can pay for part of their care may be asked to do so, like when laboratory work is needed.
To qualify you must have a permanent disability, be over 65 years old, or are medically compromised and do not have enough money to pay for dental care.
Matter of Balance
Currently, Matter of Balance classes are being held virtually. If you would like to get on a wait list for an upcoming virtual class, please contact one of the following organizations:
York County Area Agency on Aging -
717-771-9610 (Ext. 1044 - Faye)
WellSpan Health -
OLLI at Penn State York
OLLI at Penn State York was established to enrich the lives of mature adults living in York County by providing a variety of educational and social activities. A new catalog just came out with programs offered in the Spring. Registration begins January 25th at 8 am for OLLI members, and on February 8th at noon for non-members.
PA Link to Community Care
The PA Link to Community Care website is designed to help persons with disabilities and seniors find information that will connect them to supports and services in their community. The intent of this site is that it will help you or a loved one make the best and most informed decisions.
Property Tax / Rent Rebate Program
There is now a link available to file online! Click "Read more" below to be redirected to the website.
The rebate program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians age 65 and older; widows and widowers age 50 and older; and people with disabilities age 18 and older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters, and half of Social Security income is excluded.
SOLO - Strengthening Older Lives Online
In mid-November the Pennsylvania Council on Aging (PCoA) released an interactive guide with information and resources to help you cultivate a healthy mind, body and spirit during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The guide gives resources and examples of how to improve your mental health, spiritual strength, and physical strength.
This program is designed to reduce heating and cooling costs for low-income persons, with priority given to high energy users (the elderly, people with disabilities, and families with children) by improving the energy efficiency of the home and helping ensure health and safety.
York County Area Agency on Aging
Your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is the front door for aging services in your community. Your AAA is staffed with skilled workers who can provide information about services and also assist in obtaining access to those services. Pennsylvania has 52 Area Agencies on Aging that cover all 67 counties.
iPad Rental Program
Did you know you can borrow an iPad from Windy Hill for free? We have a dozen iPads that we have set aside for our members to borrow so you can attend our virtual programs and to help keep you connected! If you're interested in borrowing an iPad, please contact Jenna by phone or by email using the button below.
Pennsylvania's Assistive Technology Library FREE lending program for seniors and people who have disabilities who live in Pennsylvania. You can borrow an iPad, a computer, and more. Try new technology for four weeks. They also have a FREE low vision/amplified phone for individuals with vision and/or hearing loss as detailed below