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Collier and Lee Counties, Florida Senior Events

This calendar lists events for seniors, boomers, older adults and family caregivers living in the greater Mobile, Alabama area. Many of the events feature companies and non-profit organizations presenting information to educate and inform seniors and their families on resources available in the community. Occasionally we include other events from across the country.

27 January 2020


Activities at The Friendship Centers
Where: Charlotte, DeSoto, Lee, Collier Counties, Florida (map)
The Friendship Centers are a non-profit network of centers in Southwest Florida with services to meet the needs of people 50 and older. The Centers have services in Sarasota, Charlotte, DeSoto, Lee and Collier Counties. Friendship Centers have innovative and cost-effective approaches to maintaining health and wellness needs of older adults. Learn More
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27 January 2020


SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders
Where: Florida, USA (map)
SHINE which stands for Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders, is a free program offered by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and local Area Agency on Aging. Specially trained volunteers can assist seniors with your Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance questions by providing one-on-one counseling and information. SHINE services are free, unbiased, and confidential. Learn More
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27 January 2020


Tony Rotino Senior Center
Where: 5817 Driftwood Parkway, Cape Coral, FL 33904 (map)
The Tony Rotino Senior Center has been serving the community since 1977 providing life enhancing activities and encouraging healthy lifestyles for mature adults. Learn More
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27 January 2020


Lake Kennedy Center
Where: 400 Santa Barbara Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33915 (map)
The Lake Kennedy Center is located at 400 Santa Barbara Blvd at the entrance to the Sun Splash Family Waterpark. The Center has an emphasis on activities for seniors age 50+. Learn More
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29 January 2020


The Caring Generation Radio Show with Pamela D. Wilson
Where: United States (map)
Join Pamela D. Wilson and the The Caring Generation® weekly radio program that helps caregiver and aging adults solve caregiving problems. Each week Pamela D. Wilson talks about caregiving issues faced by millions of caregivers around the world. Special guests join Pamela to share expertise about a wide range of subjects. Listen to Pamela’s LIVE Weekly Program Wednesday Evenings 6PM Pacific, 7PM Mtn, 8PM Central, 9PM Eastern. Listeners can participate live on this radio show by calling 866-451-1451 during the show to share stories, give opinions, and ask questions. Podcasts of the weekly radio show are on the website, along with information about future radio shows.
Radio Show Link: http://boldbravemedia.com/shows/the-caring-generation/

Website: https://pameladwilson.com/
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1 February 2020


SWFL Veterans Alliance
Where: Florida, USA (map)
We work with schools and students interested in the Florida History Day Competition. We honor our veterans at our yearly events. We collaborate with a variety of organizations in SWFL to accomplish the needs of veterans and our current military.
htpp://www.swflveteransalliance.org
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1 February 2020


Senior Planet
Where: United States (map)
SeniorPlanet.org celebrates aging by sharing information and resources that support aging with attitude, and helps people who were born long before the digital revolution to stay engaged and active by bringing a digital-technology focus to a range of topics.
https://seniorplanet.org/
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1 February 2020


Find a The Death Cafe Event
Where: United States (map)
With a Death Cafe, the idea is to get people from all backgrounds together over tea, coffee and delicious cake, to simply talk about death, a normal aspect of life that is generally feared by our culture. The hope of the Death Cafe movement is to simply normalize this phase of life by allowing groups of people to talk about death. A Death Cafe is not a support group or a means of selling services, but is instead a simple social gathering. There have been Death Cafes all over Colorado and the US. Learn More
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