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National Family Caregivers Month

November 21, 2022
During November, we honor and recognize the millions of Americans who tirelessly provide essential care to ensure the...

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National Diabetes Month

November 09, 2022
Information from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIH). November is National...

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2022-2025

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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Florida Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias

The Florida Department of Elder Affairs needs your help with two very important surveys. Your responses will help to ensure a competent Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias workforce by strengthening the capacity to address Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

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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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  • September 2022 | Abundant Resources for Healthy Living

    September 2022 | Abundant Resources for Healthy Living
    Florida Conference on Aging 2022 RecapBy Sue Berger, Sarasota County's Aging System Policy Coordinator I recently attended the 2022 Florida Conference on Aging, presented by the Florida Council on...

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