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National PTSD Awareness Month

June 09, 2022
When we think of opportunities to honor and support our veterans, Memorial Day and Veterans Day come to mind quickly....

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UPLIFT Florida Network Presents at Florida Blue Foundation 2022 Community Health Symposium and Sapphire Awards

May 09, 2022
With more than 550 attendees, the Florida Blue Foundation held its 17th Annual Community Health Symposium and...

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The Age-Friendly Action Plan is a living document compiled from many resources, including existing data, multiple surveys, focus groups, and input from community partners. Over the next few years, we welcome your ideas and suggestions as we work together to develop activities to meet our collective goals.


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Age-Friendly
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The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota became the nation's first local health department to achieve recognition as an Age-Friendly Public Health System by Trust for America’s Health (TFAH).

The AFPHS Recognition Program is designed to encourage and support state and local health departments to embrace their role in improving and supporting older adult health.

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About Age-Friendly Sarasota
Building a lifelong community by developing a more livable environment

Age-Friendly Sarasota is a countywide effort in Florida to promote active, engaged, and healthy living for people of all ages. By learning and sharing about Sarasota County's age-friendly features and the aspirations of its residents...

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