Iredell Senior Center - A Senior Center of Excellence

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The Iredell Senior Center, in recognizing the need and ability for the continued growth of older adults is dedicated to promoting the physical, emotional and economic well being of older adults.

Accredited by the N.C. Division of Aging and Adult Services

Due to COVID-19 the Iredell Council on Aging is currently operating with limited programs. The Iredell Senior Center and South Iredell Senior are closed to participants.
Important AARP Tax-Aide Update


At this time the AARP Foundation has cancelled tax preparation in Iredell County due to the COVID-19 pandemic.They will not be providing tax assistance at any of our sites prior to the July 15th deadline.

Because of the cancellation of in-person tax assistance, Tax-Aide is providing access to selected tax preparation software so taxpayers can prepare and file their own tax returns at no cost.

AARP Prepare Your Taxes Online

You can call one of our senior centers for more information

South Iredell Senior Center (Mooresville) 704-662-3337

Iredell Senior Center (Statesville) 704-873-8568


344 East Front Street Statesville, NC 28677 
Telephone: (704) 873-8568
Hours of Operation: Monday –Friday 8 am to 5 pm

An active lifestyle is considered one of the most important elements for health and wellness.  Studies have shown that a person who remains active and involved with others experiences less illness, a longer life and greater overall life satisfaction during their later years.  

The programs and services at the Iredell Senior Center are designed to meet the changing needs of older adults and assist them in remaining an active, vital part of the community.  

About Iredell Senior Center

The Iredell Senior Center in recognizing the need and ability for continued growth of older adults, is dedicated to promoting the physical, emotional, and economic well-being of older adults.

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Council on Aging Programs

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COA is the ONLY agency county-wide singularly focused on the needs of Iredell’s older adults and has been in existence for some 45 years providing a variety of services and programs designed specifically for older adults, enhancing independence and preserving dignity.

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Activities and Events

Health & Wellness Programs


ISC offers a variety of exercise programs for different levels of fitness ability. 

Shuffleboard, billiards, table tennis, fitness classes, and an exercise room with equipment all promote increased strength and flexibility, along with an opportunity for learning and fun.

Blood pressure checks and laboratory tests are available, along with other periodic health screenings. Health education topics with up-to-date information are offered regularly.

Evidence-based programs, like a Matter of Balance and Living Healthy with Diabetes, are offered periodically.

Social Recreation


ISC keeps seniors socially active with their peers, who share common interests and life experiences.

Seniors may come to the center for special social events, clubs, trips, card and board games, dances, singing and music.

Educational Programs


The Senior Center offers older adults continued learning experiences through programs, seminars, and classes.

Examples of classes offered are computers, personal finance, identity and security, crafts, art, sewing, quilting, gardening and plants, a Book Club, and other topics of interest.

The center has a library with many books, puzzles, and videos to borrow. Magazines are available as well. Our computer lab is open for use when classes are not in session. We have free W-Fi for seniors to bring their own devices to use.

Other Services


Medicare and insurance counseling appointments are available through the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) and may be scheduled.

ISC hosts the AARP Tax-Aide program for free income tax filing. Free legal services are offered monthly. Long term care counseling is offered; this service provides options, problems, and placement for long-term care. Information and referral services for community resources may be requested.