The first edition of our new volunteer newsletter, the volunteer voice! Read about our featured dropsite, some exciting news, and important operational changes.
As we enter our golden years, life can present new challenges and changes that may lead to increased stress and anxiety. It's important for seniors to prioritize their mental well-being…
As we age, maintaining good mental health becomes increasingly important. Among the various factors that contribute to senior well-being, social engagement plays a vital role. Human beings are inherently social…
Hurricane season begins on June 1st. It's never too early to prepare - here are some helpful tips to ensure you and your loved ones have all the resources you'll need to make it through the season.
One of Aging True's care services employees was nominated and selected as the Florida Association of Aging Service Providers "Best Direct Service Employee of the Year" award. The award was presented at the Florida Conference on Aging.
This year marked the 28th consecutive year Aging True has partnered with Ascension St. Vincent's and other volunteer groups to deliver meals to seniors on Thanksgiving.
ElderSource, the Area Agency on Aging and Aging & Disability Resource Center for Northeast Florida, honored Clay County Senior Services of Aging True as one of its 2021 Luminary Award winners during the organization’s annual A Night with the Stars event this month.
This year one of our Meals on Wheels Volunteers, Seth “Tom” Miller, was recognized by the Florida Association of Aging Service Providers as the Senior Volunteer of the Year!
Aging True is pleased to offer virtual mental health counseling to Clay and Duval County seniors and their caregivers. Participants receive face-to-face counseling services.
Our Respite for Elders Living In Everyday Families (R.E.L.I.E.F.) program allows caregivers to take care of themselves so that they may continue caring for their loved one, helping them to remain at home.