A Community for All Ages

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“Getting Old is not for Sissies.”

July 11, 2018
I am 92 years old and have been a widow now for several years. I have lived alone by choice and am very independent....

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Livable Communities - An Updated Index

July 03, 2018
Livable communities are livable for people of all ages, abilities, and economic levels. That’s an aspirational...

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AFS Action Plan

You can get involved in the Age-Friendly movement by reviewing the AGE-FRIENDLY SARASOTA ACTION PLAN and providing your feedback through our website. Also, share with us how you or your Sarasota County organization or business is making our community more age-friendly.

The Action Plan identifies goals, objectives, strategies, and planned actions for June 2017 – May 2020.

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Age-Friendly Festival Resource Toolkit

On October 28, 2017, the FIRST Age-Friendly Festival (AFF) in the U.S. was held in Sarasota, Florida. With the festival being the first of its kind in the nation, a template or reference guide did not exist for the Sarasota AFF planning team. That, however, is not the case for you and your community! Click here to access resources available for your community based on the Sarasota AFF journey.

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About Age-Friendly Sarasota

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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  • June 2018  | Rethink. Reimagine. Reframe.

    June 2018 | Rethink. Reimagine. Reframe.
    Rethink. Reimagine. Reframe. We all have something in common. Each day, each of us is aging. So let's rethink, reimagine, and reframe any ageist perceptions we might have or discriminatory...

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