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May 03, 2021
With many of the shelter-at-home orders being lifted and people increasing their time outside the house and...

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Sarasota County at 100!

April 22, 2021
You only turn 100 once! And how fortunate we are to celebrate the 100th “birthday” of Sarasota County....

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Florida Safe Survey
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The Florida Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) and the Age-Friendly Sarasota initiative are strengthening efforts to drive participation in the Florida Safe Survey by connecting residents with the survey and its resources. The Florida Safe Survey is an online survey that allows older adults to make important self-assessments on their COVID-19 behaviors through the DOEA.

Rich Harwood
5-Year Progress Report
This Progress Report is a milestone recognizing and celebrating the many efforts and accomplishments shaping Sarasota County as a community for all ages. Proud of its many accomplishments, we remind ourselves becoming Age-Friendly is a journey, not a destination. It’s a collective effort across multiple sectors. Each of us has something to contribute; no effort is too small.

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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  • December 2020 | Pathways to Connecting

    December 2020 | Pathways to Connecting
    Sarasota-Manatee residents adjust to digital tools to overcome isolation during COVID-19 By Justin Garcia, Sarasota Herald-Tribune Nancy Schlossberg logs into her Zoom chat and greets ten of her...

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