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The Glendale Fire Department offers a unique and free service for the older members of our community—Senior Educators.
This program provides instruction on fire and home safety to individuals in assisted care facilities, group homes, senior centers, HOAs and other senior groups. Seniors also are trained on what types of calls that should be made to the Fire Department and the importance of calling 911 immediately in emergency situations. Volunteer Senior Educators are trained by Fire Department personnel, enabling them to present a wide variety of programs.
- Fire Extinguishers
- Home Escape Plans
- Smoke Alarms
- First Aid
- Identity Theft
- Emergency To-Go Bags
- Grandchild-Proofing Your Home
- Emergency Buddy System
Join the Team!
If you would like to schedule an appearance or learn more about the program, please contact: Janet Boberg, Community Education Coordinator, Community Services Division at (623) 930-4481 or
Click here to schedule a presentation (pdf)